If you own an Evenflo child seat, you may want to double check to see if it’s included in a recent recall.
The company has announced that 1.37-million child seats are being recalled to replace buckles that can be difficult to open after toddlers spill milk or other liquids on them. Over 5.1-million child seats from various manufacturers have been recalled for the same issue since February. Evenflo has agreed to recall the seats after NHTSA opened an investigation.
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According to the company, the recalled models use a harness crotch buckle that can become resistant to unlatching over time due to exposure to food and drinks. The recall covers the following models: Momentum 65(including LX and DLX), Chase (including LX, DLX, and Select), Maestro (including Performance), Symphony (including 65, LX, 65 E3, and DLX), Snugli All-In-One, Snugli Booster, Titan 65, SureRide DLX and Secure Kid (including LX, DLX, 100, 300, and 400).