New Jersey Company’s Baby Swing Sold on Amazon, Walmart Recalled; 63,000 Units Affected


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Chicago, IL – A substantial recall has been issued for 63,000 Nova Baby infant swings by Jool Baby Products of Lakewood, New Jersey, due to suffocation hazards.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the swings were sold between November 2022 and November 2023 at major retailers like Walmart and online marketplaces including The recalled gray swings have an aluminum base, metal seat frame, and a canopy with toys. They were manufactured in China from June 2022 to September 2023, identifiable by a date code on the warning label. Jool Baby is offering a free repair kit to customers who upload a photo of the swing’s label to their recall website. 

While there have been no reported incidents, consumers are urged to discontinue using the swing for infant sleep immediately. The swings were marketed at about $150 and did not meet the federal safety standards for infant sleep products. The recall number is 24-145, and for further details, CPSC commissioners may have additional comments available on the CPSC website.


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