Four Baby Sleeper Models Recalled Over Suffocation Concerns

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that four models of infant sleepers are being recalled due to concerns over their safety. Officials believe that the use of these sleepers may result in a baby suffocating and urge parents to stop using them immediately.

The CPSC announced the following recalls in cooperation with the firms listed below. Recalls can be viewed at

  1. Summer Infant Recalls SwaddleMe By Your Bed Inclined Sleepers to Prevent Risk of Suffocation

  2. Evenflo Recalls Pillo Portable Napper Inclined Sleepers to Prevent Risk of Suffocation

  3. Delta Enterprise Corp. Recalls Incline Sleeper with Adjustable Feeding Position for Newborns to Prevent Risk of Suffocation

  4. Graco Recalls Little Lounger Rocking Seats to Prevent Risk of Suffocation

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  1. please don’t panic about these sleepers.. when you read the details of the reports, babies were not strapped in-never a safe thing to do in any device which comes with straps. straps are there for the safety of the child and should always be used. also, some reports included loose blanket and/or pillow-never safe to leave in an infant’s crib. the biggest problem with these inclined sleepers is that babies have difficulty transitioning to a flat sleeping surface because they often calm down better when inclined. The same difficulty occurs when babies are used to sleeping in a stroller or infant car seat.

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