The CPSC Asks Parents to Stop Using Comfi Baby Walkers

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued a warning to parents to stop using the Comfi Baby Infant Walker sold on Amazon. In a News releaseThe organization noted that Comfi Baby Infant Walkers violate several federal safety regulations because they can fit through a standard doorway, are not designed to stop at the edge of a step and have leg holes that allow the child to slide up. in the child’s head can be imprisoned.

Infant walkers are sold online at from October 2022 to March 2023 for around $100. Infant walkers contain adjustable height settings, and they have a teal or pink frame, a gray seat and a gray tray with toy attachments, and a push handle. “Comfi Baby” is printed on a label on the push handle and on the front of the top frame, and the letter “M” is on the bottom front frame. “Babywalker” is sewn into the gray seat back.

Comfi Baby is no longer in business and thus cannot refund customers. However, the CPSC requires that parents stop using the walkers immediately and dispose of them. You can learn more about the recall and report any incidents involving product damage or defects to the CPSC at

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