The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently announced a recall for Beaba Babycook Neo steam cookers/blenders. The glass bowl part of these baby food makers can shatter, potentially causing injury. Representatives from Beaba did not immediately return Red Tricycle’s request for comment.
If you have this product in your kitchen, or wherever you prep your kiddo’s food, read on for more information about this recall.
Recalled Product Description: Beaba Babycook Neo
The recall includes Beaba Babycook Neos purchased between Jul. 2018 and Feb. 2019 in the Midnight (dark blue with a white-handled glass bowl) and Cloud (white with a gray-handled glass bowl) styles. Midnight cookers/blenders have the reference number 912645 on the bottom. The Cloud style has the reference number 912646 on the bottom.
Why The Beaba Babycook Neo Was Recalled
Beaba issued the recall after receiving nearly 300 reports of the glass bowl shattering. This includes three minor injuries.
How to Tell if Your Beaba Product Is Part of the Recall
Turn the product over and read the sticker on the bottom. The stickers of the affected products will have “Beaba” written at the top left and the reference number identified below as REF 912645 or REF 912646.
For a full list of retailers the product was sold at, visit the CPSC’s website here.
What Parents Can Do
If you have this product, stop using it immediately. Remove the blade and lid from the bowl. When you receive a replacement you will not get these items—you will only get a new bowl. Visit the Beaba website here and upload one photo of the reference code from the bottom of the product and a second photo of your proof of purchase with date (this can include a receipt, order confirmation or screen shot of the fulfilled item from your baby registry).
Customers will get a replacement bowl shipping confirmation email five to seven business days after submitting the photos and request. If you have questions, contact Beaba at 855-602-3222 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or email the company at email@example.com.
Photos: Courtesy of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission