The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently announced the recall of nearly 3,000 DaVinci Bailey bassinets due to a potential fall hazard. Representatives from DaVinci did not immediately return Red Tricycle’s request for comment.

If you have this baby product, read on for important recall information.

photo: Courtesy of U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission  

Recalled Product Description: DaVinci Bailey Bassinet

The current recall includes the DaVinci Bailey bassinet in gray, espresso, natural and white colors, all measuring 38 inches long by 20 inches wide and 30 inches high when fully assembled. The name DaVinci is printed on the product’s packaging, instruction manual and registration card. Each bassinet comes with its own one-inch waterproof cradle pad.

These products were sold online at Amazon.com, Buybuybaby.com, Target.com, JCPenny.com and other e-retailers from August 2018 through September 2019 and retailed for $110.

Why the Bassinets Were Recalled

There are currently no reported injuries due to the recalled baby products. The recall was issued after DaVinci received 19 reports of bassinet legs breaking. This poses a potential fall hazard for infants who are inside.

How to Tell If Your Baby’s Bassinet Was Recalled

Look for the model number printed on a white label attached to the bassinet’s mattress support board or on the product packaging. The affected models include (by color), gray (M0934G), espresso (M0934Q), natural (M0934N) and white (M0934W).

What Parents Can Do

If you have the recalled product, stop using the bassinet immediately. Contact DaVinci at 833-932-0208 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT for a free repair kit and new support legs. For more information, visit DaVinci’s website here.

—Erica Loop

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