Recall Alert! Graco-Branded Glider Rockers by LaJobi

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On Thursday, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and LaJobi, Inc. recalled about 38,600 Graco-branded rockers and glider/rocker combos.

The two models being recalled are Graco-branded Avalon and  Katelyn Nursery Solution Glider, which is also called the Complete Nursery System (CNS Box 2). Both products were sold in classic cherry, classic white and espresso wood finishes with sandstone colored fabric covered seats. The Avalon model comes with an ottoman. The Graco logo, products’ item numbers, name and the place of manufacture are printed on the label located underneath the front part of the seat.

The base of the glider/rockers can crack or break, posing a fall hazard. There have been 26 reports of the Avalon glider rockers breaking. In one incident, there was a minor injury. There have been two reports of the CNS Box 2 glider rocker breaking with no injuries.

The Avalon model was sold at Burlington and other mass retail stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Target.com and Walmart.com from December 2009 to October 2012. The CNS Box 2 / Katelyn model was sold exclusively online at Walmart.com from November 2011 to October 2012.

Here are the Model numbers in question:

Glider Model # Wood Finish
Avalon 1062335-065 Espresso
Avalon 1062335-071 Espresso
Avalon 1062381-065 Classic White
Avalon 1062381-071 Classic White
Avalon 1062384-065 Classic Cherry
Avalon 1062384-071 Classic Cherry
Avalon 5827914 Classic Cherry
Avalon 8529752 Classic White
Avalon 9382976 Espresso
CNS/Katelyn 7822758 Classic Cherry
CNS/Katelyn 6858104 Classic White
CNS/Katelyn 8971382 Espresso


If you have one of these models at home, stop using it and contact LaJobi to receive a free replacement base for the glider rocker. LaJobi can be contacted toll free at (888) 266-2848 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or website at www.lajobi.com.

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