Monday, 6 April 2009

Baby carrier

As a parent the most important thing for us is our baby or child's safety. We got a letter from the manufacturer of the baby carrier that we bought online a year ago that they want the baby carrier back because of danger to life. This is the copy of the letter sent to me:

Recall because of danger to life

Dear costumers

Safety is a huge priority for us. We therefore ask you

not to use anymore and to re-give

the Bergpfeil baby carrier of types V1033, V1011, V1022 and S07, S08 as well as TS08, T1 to T9999.
There is danger to life!

We determined within our quality proof that on the above mentioned types exist a safety risk. By using the rain cover of the baby carrier there is the danger that your child suffers from a lack of oxygen and dies or will be affected in health. Independent from using the rain cover there exists the risk that the baby carrier is not stable on the basis of the supporting frame; that small parts, which are fixed on the baby carrier can be swallowed by children; that laces from the baby carrier may strangle your child as well as the risk that the baby carrier is easily inflammable. Also herby there is danger to life and to health of your child.

We therefore voluntarily decided to recall the mentioned baby carriers immediately.

We will refund you the purchasing amount inclusive postage, of course.

In case that you have given the baby carrier to third party we ask you to forward them this letter and to inform us about the names, the addresses, the email addresses and the phone numbers of your takers.

For re-giving the baby carriers we kindly ask you to contact to us.

For contact options please click here: contact

We thank you very much for your support to deactivate the risk, which unfortunately has been determined afterwards.


We did not have any problem with it when use it before, but let's face it, what's the use of keeping it when it's not safe. I'm posting this spreading awareness just in case someone there bought the same or receive same baby carrier.
Oh by the way, we did have our money back.

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