Skip Hop has issued a voluntary recall of their TUO convertible high chairs after reports of legs detaching were reported by a small number of parents. If a leg (or legs) were to detach, the chair could pose as a fall risk.
Families who purchased the chairs are urged to stop using them immediately and can contact Skip Hop for an e-gift card, or a refund.
To determine if your chair is part of the recall, youâ€™ll need to locate the date code. The date code is located on the back of the chair, on the warning label.
Charcoal Grey (style #304200)
Silver/White Clouds (style #304201)
The affected chairs have the following date codes, and were purchased between December 2016 and September 2018 in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Mexico:
There is a very specific process involved with getting a refund, so make sure you follow the steps on the Skip Hop site. In a nutshell, youâ€™ll need to go ham on your seat with a pair of scissors, document it, and submit the evidence on this form.