Product Recall: Amby Baby Motion Beds/Hammocks

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Free repair kits can be ordered online or by phone. Credit: CPSC

Babies will have to find a new way to relax, as the Consumer Product Safety Commission and Amby Baby have announced a voluntary recall of the brand's motion beds. The concern is that the movement of the hammock could cause the infant to roll and become entrapped or wedged against the hammock's fabric, thus posing a suffocation hazard.

Two infants have suffered from suffocation deaths in the hammock.

There is only one model of the hammock available, which can be identified by a label sewn onto the hammock stating: "Amby Babies Love It, Naturally." If one of these is in your home, you should stop using immediately and contact Amby Baby USA for a free repair kit. The kits are available now and can be ordered online or by calling 866-544-9721 between 9am and 5pm.

Another hammock, the Yayita Baby Hammock by Three Sisters Toys was recalled just last month.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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