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    • 9/11/2014
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    • 20140819-D2939-2147441781
    Incident Description: I am a physician and recently cared for a toddler injured in a KidCo PeaPod Plus Travel Bed. He was put to sleep in it while his family was traveling. They were in a room without enough floor space to put the device on the floor and instead put it on a bed. ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (9/10/2014) KidCo takes all incident reports relating to our products very seriously. When developing new items we thoroughly consider its intended use and misuse when considering warnings for display on product and/or the instructions. Our company has been in contact ... (More)
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    • 12/11/2012
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    • 20121117-AEF7B-2147461829
    Incident Description: I recently learned of the PeaPod travel bed recall. I own a P102 and properly installed the mattress in the bottom zippered compartment. My 3 month old woke me up crying; he had rolled and was trapped between the mattress and the side of the tent. I did not ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (11/27/2012) Safety is of upmost concern at KidCo. This report is covered under recall #13-043. Consumers can request the free repair kit at www.kidco.com under the Recall Info tab or contacting KidCo Customer Care toll free at 855-847-8600.
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    • 7/27/2012
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    • 20120705-F6093-2147465988
    Incident Description: I correctly assembled the travel bed, and placed my 4.5 month old infant down for a nap in the travel bed. Thankfully I actually remained in the same room, and quickly heard him screaming and crying. He was entrapped between the mattress and the side of the ... (More)
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    (7/18/2012) The consumer was contacted to learn that the assembly instructions were not followed. The instruction pamphlet describes and visably shows how to: "Insert the inflated mattress into pocket in the PeaPod Plus floor and zipper pocket closed." The mattress is ... (More)
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    • 6/19/2012
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    • 20120521-EBAC1-2147467403
    Incident Description: One Step Ahead sells the PeaPod Plus Baby Travel Bed. It is marketed for babies to sleep in. It has a "cushy, inflatable mattress" and, per at least one customer comment, unbreathable sides. It's at ... (More)
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    • 3/16/2012
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    • 20120222-4C960-2147469921
    Incident Description: On Dec. 23, 2011 we found our five-month-old son dead in his PeaPod Plus Portable Children's Travel Bed (Model P201). He was rolled three-quarters of the way onto his belly, face down and with his weight pressing him into in the non-breathable plastic ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/13/2012) KidCo is deeply saddened to learn of this infant fatality through the www.saferproducts.gov site. At KidCo, our top priorities are the safety of our products. Our company is fully cooperating with the CPSC to determine if SIDS or some other cause may be ... (More)
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