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CRIB
Baby
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Nonportable Cribs (1543)
OEUF LLC    
OUEF ROBIN CRIB
ROBIN CRIB
Nr.3RCR02
5/1/2012  
05-2012 
Fawn and Forest
Unspecified
10/1/2012 This date is an estimate
My 17 month old has gotten stuck repeatedly in the narrow slats in the head and footboard of our Oeuf Robin crib. The are narrower than the slats for the bars. Yesterday morning she was stuck for 45 minutes and we had to pull her out forcefully causing bruising to her upper thighs. I contacted the manufacturer who said this is normal. I do not agree.
10/16/2013
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, No First Aid or Medical Attention Received
My Child
Female
1 years 5 months
Yes
No
No
Yes
N/A
Comment from OEUF LLC 10/28/2013
I regret that the child who got her leg stuck in the opening of the end panel of the crib received a bruised leg and created such a scare. And I do apologize if our customer care representative didn't show more empathy.
Safety is our number one priority, so it is important to note that all of our cribs are third party tested to ensure they conform with all federal regulations, of which the dimensions of gaps are included in the regulations.
In general, I don't think this is an uncommon scenario with the use of cribs. It seems that children can insert their legs between gaps in cribs without incident but, I believe, the difficulty removing the leg comes from the leg having changed position relative to the position it was in when it was inserted.
I'm sorry you've had an unfortunate experience with an Oeuf product. If you have any questions or concerns in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Michael Ryan, Partner

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