Reminder is ordered in Kids II slanted sleepers for at least five babies related to infants.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced on Friday, just a few weeks after being called to refer to Fisher-Price Rock's Play Sleepers.
This reminder includes all Kids II Rocking Sleepers models that were created from March 2012 to April 2019, according to the Commission's website. Approximately 694,000 Chinese-produced units are either on the market or already purchased.
"Since the launch of the 2012 products, Kids II Rocking Sleepers has been the victim of five child deaths," the CPSC press release.
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The main reason for the removal of sleepers is that babies may not slip down to lower their bellies, which can cause serious breathing problems.
"Consumers should stop using this product immediately and contact Kids II for a refund or coupon," the agency suggested.
Walmart, Toys R Us, and Target were the largest retailers that offered sleepers sold under the brands Disney Baby, DreamComfort and Bright Starts.
As reported earlier on April 5, Daily News, at least 32 deaths from 2015 have been associated with Fisher-Price sleepers. The American Academy of Pediatrics has called for the withdrawal of this product.