Evenflo Recalls 1.37M Child Seats for Sticking Buckles

Evenflo Recalls 1.37M Child Seats for Sticking Buckles

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).


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