About 1.2 million Graco high chairs sold at some of the biggest nationwide retailers are being recalled following numerous reports of injuries to infants and toddlers due to loose screws and faulty brackets.
Graco received 24 reports of injuries including an arm fracture, bumps and bruises to the head and body, and scratches caused by falls from faulty Graco Harmony High Chairs, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. There have been 464 reports of high chair tip-overs due to screws coming loose or plastic brackets breaking, the CPSC reports.
The recalled Harmony High Chairs were sold between November 2003 and December 2009 at Wal-Mart (Stock Quote: WMT), Target (Stock Quote: TGT), Sears (Stock Quote: SHLD), Toys “R” Us, Burlington Coat Factory and other retailers for between $70 and $120.
Consumers are urged to stop using recalled high chairs immediately and can contact Graco for a repair kit.
For more information, visit cpsc.gov.