Ikea recalls high chairs for falling risk
Ikea will recall 169,000 Antilop high chairs sold in the United States and Canada and an additional 1.2 million sold throughout Europe after the company received eight complaints of children falling out of the chair.
Three of the eight children who have reportedly fallen suffered minor injuries. According to the complaints, the children fell out after the restraint belt buckle unclasped.
The chair was sold from August 2006 to January 2010 for $20 only at Ikea stores. Nearly 133,000 were sold in the states and 36,000 were sold in Canada. Consumers who have purchased the Antilop high chair can contact Ikea for a free replacement of the seat restraint.
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