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Attention parents of the real little ones: if your infant uses a Skip Hop activity gym, there’s a Skip Hop play gym recall that you should be aware of. On Feb. 9, 2023, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of about 472,850 units of the Silver Lining Cloud Activity Gyms. The recall is due to a potential choking hazard for young children. If you have a Skip Hop activity gym, take a moment to see whether yours is affected. If so, follow the steps below.
So far there have been six issues disclosed, but no injuries have been reported. We do our best to stay on top of food and product recalls. Here’s everything you should know.
The Skip Hop recall affects the Skip Hop Silver Lining Cloud Activity Gyms.
This Skip Hop recall affects all units of the Silver Lining Cloud Activity Gyms manufactured before Feb. 9, 2023. Consumers who have purchased the product are advised to immediately stop using it and contact the manufacturer for a free repair kit. The repair kit includes a redesigned raindrop toy that’s securely attached to the ribbon to prevent detachment.
The raindrops on the cloud toy can detach and pose a choking hazard.
The hazard involves the raindrops on the cloud toy included with the activity gym. They can detach from the ribbon and pose a choking risk if a child puts it in their mouth. The product was sold across the United States, with about 23,280 units sold in Canada and about 2,240 sold in Mexico.
The Silver Lining Cloud Activity Gyms were sold in various retail stores and online marketplaces from March 2021 through February 2023 at a price range of $40 – $70. The product is marketed as an activity gym for infants and includes various toys designed to stimulate their senses and encourage their development.
The manufacturer offers a free repair kit to parents who own the activity gym.
The manufacturer, Cloud Nine Inc., received six reports of detached raindrops, but no injuries have been reported. The company is cooperating with the recall and urging customers to contact them immediately for a free repair kit.
Consumers with questions or concerns about the Skip Hop recall should contact Cloud Nine Inc. Call them toll-free at 1-800-555-1212 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday. You can also visit the company’s website at www.cloudnineactivitygyms.com/recall for more information.