Health Canada warns that Cylele Mgg and VAGILO Baby Walkers may pose a risk of injury
Immediately stop using these products and safely dispose of them in such a way that they cannot be used again.
This alert involves the products listed in the table below.
The products were sold online by chengbing-shop and GuoJiaYi-gjy on Amazon.ca.
|ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number)
|Infant Early Learning Car Safety Car with Wheels and Seat Stroller 6-24 Months Height Adjustable Develop and Train Children’s Skills
|With Wheels for 6-18 Months Stand Learning Girls and Boy Sit to Stand with Wheels and Seat Adjustable Anti-Rollover Gift
Baby walkers are prohibited in Canada.
Children in baby walkers are exposed to hazards that would not normally be accessible if the child were not supported by the walker, posing a variety of risks of injury to the child. Children in baby walkers can also fall down the stairs, which could result in injury or death.
What you should do
Consumers who have these baby walkers should immediately stop using them and safely dispose of the baby walkers in such a way that they cannot be used again. Removing wheels from a baby walker does not make it a stationary activity center. Baby walkers should be destroyed and thrown away.
Regularly check the Healthy Canadians Recalls and Safety Alerts database for dangerous products and take action to remove items of concern.
Health Canada would like to remind consumers to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of these products or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.
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What is being done
Health Canada has prohibited baby walkers in Canada under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).
The products have been removed from sale online from the website Amazon.ca. Health Canada has contacted the foreign selling company and is advising consumers to immediately stop using the affected baby walkers.
To date, no incidents or injuries related to this product have been reported to Health Canada.
Amazon reported that 75 units of the affected products were sold in Canada.
Health Canada is committed to helping protect consumers from potentially dangerous consumer products. The Department regularly tests consumer products available for sale to consumers in stores or online and continues to monitor products to help keep consumers safe.
chengbing-shop/ Hecheng Bing
Place of Origin
Manufactured in China
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