Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers are being recalled after several reports of injuries and one skull fracture sustained by a 7-month-old, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The brightly colored jumper has numerous toy attachments, but the smiling yellow sun appears to be the piece responsible for the injuries. The CPSC said a faulty spring mechanism causes the toy to “rebound with force and injure the infant, posing an impact hazard.”
Consumers are urged to stop using the jumper immediately and contact Kids II for a replacement toy attachment if their unit was manufactured before November 2011. To see if your product is affected by the recall, check the date code located on the back of the blue seat pad. For more information, including the complete list of corresponding date codes, visit the Kids II or CPSC website.
The toys were sold for about $90 at places like Toys R Us and Target as well as online at Amazon.com between May 2010 and May 2013.