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Dream On Me High Chairs

High chairs are intended to keep children safe and secure while they eat. Yet more than 7,000 children under age five are treated for highchair-related injuries in hospital emergency rooms every year.

In some cases, defects in the design or manufacturing of the high chair can put children at risk. Most recently, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of 2,800 Dream On Me “Dinah” high chairs.

According to the CPSC, the leg or side opening of the chair can allow a child’s body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck or fall from the chair. This poses a strangulation and fall hazard to young children. Thankfully, no injuries have been reported to date.

For parents who are concerned that they may own the defective high chairs, they were sold at and from November 2012 to November 2013. They are made with a steel, powder coated tubing open-framed base with white plastic foot grips and black with white trim or red with white trim fabric seats. The chair has a white plastic tray, plastic footrest and a white fabric five-point adjustable safety strap. “Dream On Me” is printed on a label attached to the front of the tray. There is a color-coordinated black and white or red and white fabric storage bin attached to the bottom of the chair legs.

Due to the risk of injury, parents should immediately stop using the recalled high chairs and contact Dream On Me to receive a free repair kit.