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    • 1/30/2020
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    • 20200103-BF033-2147375628
    Incident Description: While my daughter (20 months) was in her crib, I had thought she was still asleep but when I walked in her room both of her legs were stuck in between 2 different railing slats and had started to cut off circulation to both of her legs. When I had walked in ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (1/17/2020) All cribs sold by Storkcraft meet or exceed all federally regulated governmental standards and regulations. Each crib must pass not only our rigorous internal testing but also third party testing and testing by the Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association. ... (More)
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    • 11/6/2018
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    • 20181009-8F5DC-2147385116
    Incident Description: My 12 month old granddaughter's leg has become wedged between the rails of her crib twice in the past 3 days.
    Business Comments:
    (10/16/2018) The Child Craft Camden crib is fully compliant to the slat spacing requirements under the full size crib standard.
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    • 12/4/2013
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    • 20131109-9594A-2147450049
    Incident Description: I purchased this crib in 2010 for my first son, who was due in October. It was initially a great crib. However, once my son began to roll around, he managed to get his legs, knees, and arms stuck in the slats on multiple occasions. After realizing this wasn't ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (11/19/2013) Thank you for posting your comments. We take these matters very seriously and appreciate consumer feedback. We regret that you have encountered this issue, but it is important to note that this crib has been fully tested by a 3rd-party testing laboratory and ... (More)
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    • 8/12/2013
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    • 20130720-DDA14-2147453981
    Incident Description: Grandson was asleep in a crib from Delta Enterprises, Model 4920-1, Order number 523262, Date 1-10-04. He was stirring and the bottom fell out of the crib. I measured the board in the bottom of the crib. It is 26.25 inches. The distance between the rails in ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (9/30/2013) Please be aware that our crib slats adhere to the mandated federal requirements which established the slat dimensions and spacing in order to avoid head entrapment.
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    • 10/5/2012
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    • 20120901-56F9F-2147464150
    Incident Description: My child got her knee stuck in between the rails of the crib while standing inside the crib. She was screaming and her knee was very red and her foot was turning blue. It took my husband a few minutes to get her knee out.
    Business Comments:
    (9/21/2012) We are sorry to hear what happened. Our babyletto Modo Crib has not been recalled. Please kindly be advised that per ASTM standards, we highly recommend to stop using the crib when child begins to climb or reaches 35”. Per your child’s age, it is the best to ... (More)
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    • 9/5/2012
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    • 20120727-2EE57-2147465313
    Incident Description: My son has the Million Dollar Baby crib "kalani" with the full size bed conversion kit. The bed rails are designed such that there is a 1 inch deep lip for the mattress and box springs to rest down into. The problem is that a full sized bed requires three 1x4 ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (8/23/2012) [REDACTED] reported this incident on the Better Business Bureau on 07/30/2012, and here was our reply at that time – “The DaVinci Full-Size Conversion Kit does not come with or requires slats/cross bars. Our Full-Size Conversion Kit is designed for the ... (More)
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    • 3/15/2012
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    • 20120214-BAACB-2147470184
    Incident Description: The Sorelle Gia crib is unsafe. Since my son can now stand he has gotten his arm entrapped in the side rails. At the front and the back of each side, the space comes to a V. When babies stand up and then either fall down or sit down, their arms will become ... (More)
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    • 2/17/2012
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    • 20120119-73034-1225672
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that her 14 month old child consistently gets themselves caught in the slats of their full sized stationery convertible crib. Usually when the child leg gets the stuck the consumer will hear the child cry and remove the child's leg from ... (More)
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