Canada/Ottawa: Harmony Juvenile Products recalls some V7 3-IN-1 Convertible Car Seats due to laceration hazard. TC: http://ht.ly/lDflj
Transport Canada (“TC”) reports some Child Car Seats may not comply with the dynamic testing requirements of Canada’s Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations. During testing, bolts that secure the base of the seat to the backrest were observed to tear through, or partially through, the plastic shell, leaving exposed sharp edges and protrusions. These sharp edges could injure a child occupant as well as a parent and/or caregiver.
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Filed under: Children, Laceration, Transport Canada, Vehicles Tagged: | Harmony Juvenile Products, laceration hazard, Recalls Direct RIN: 2013-2063, TC ID number: 2013180, V7 3-IN-1 Convertible Car Seats