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Evenflo Envision High Chair
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
High Chairs (1555)
Evenflo Company, Inc.    
My niece and my son have both gotten their arm stuck in the side of my mom's Evenflo Envision high chair. They got stuck in the space in between the seat and the leg. They were able to slide their arm into the space and not back out. It resulted in discomfort only.
Incident, No Injury
My Child
0 years 9 months

Incident, No Injury
Other Relative
I still have the product. It was modified according to a previous recall on the same product.
Comment from Evenflo Company, Inc. 12/2/2011
The consumer reported that both her niece and her 9-month-old son had inserted an arm between the seat and back frame of her mother’s Evenflo Envision High Chair and were unable to remove their arms without assistance. No injuries resulted. The Envision High Chair meets all requirements of ASTM standard F404 for high chairs, including requirements for maximum and minimum opening sizes, as demonstrated by numerous third-party lab tests over the high chair’s period of manufacture, which ended in November 2005. Additionally, all edges of the Envision High Chair, including those found on the seat and frame, are well-rounded to facilitate ease of use and to avoid sharp edges as required by federal regulation 16 CFR 1500.

Upon receiving the CPSC database report, Evenflo attempted to gain additional information from this consumer. Because the consumer only provided a physical address, however, Evenflo’s only option was to send the consumer a letter seeking more information. The company has not yet received a response.

This CPSC report suggests that the children were too young to understand how to remove their arms from the space between the seat and the back frame, but it does not suggest that the Envision presents a potential hazard to the child-occupant.

Evenflo encourages all consumers who have feedback about our products to contact our ParentLink consumer resource center at 1-800-233-5921 or on the web at

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