A child booster seat is being recalled following additional reports of children falling out of them. Reports of toddlers tumbling out of their booster seats has prompted a voluntary recall by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The commission says consumers should immediately stop using the Circo Child booster seat . (See consumer report and photo of seat.)
The blue plastic seats are sold exclusively at Target and are designed to be used used to fit in adult-sized chairs, lifting a strapped-in child to table height. According to the company, the seat’s restraint buckle have been known to open unexpectedly, allowing the child to fall from the chair. An additional 375,000 are being recalled after 43,000 were originally announced.
The commission says that consumers should stop using recalled products immediately. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.