Target and Amazon recall high chairs due to fall and injury hazards


Stokke has recalled its Clikk high chairs due to reports of the furniture coming apart. These high chairs were sold at Target, Buy Buy Baby and other stores that sell children’s products nationwide for $180. Stokke’s Website and Amazon from January 2021 through June 2021. 

According to Announcement with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Stokke has received six reports of the seat breaking, including two accounts of minor bruises. The high chair is made of white molded plastic with a footrest and wooden legs. The item number is 552104, with the serial number range 135AA057070 – 135AA0057908. The label under the high-chair seat lists the serial number and item. Stokke recalls high-chairs manufactured between December 16-18th 2020. They are marked Stokke Clikk High Chair. 

Stokke offers a free replacement and a recommendation to consumers to stop using the recalled white high-chairs immediately. Stokke offers a free replacement for the recalled white high chairs Stokke website will allow consumers to confirm their product is included in the recall and register their product online to receive the free replacement Clikk high chair in white.

Stokke’s most recent recall occurred in 2019, when the company pulled its Stokke® Steps™ Bouncer from distribution. The Stokke Steps All-in-One modular seating system, which includes the bouncers, can be combined with the Stokke Steps Chair. Consumers who have used the Stokke Steps bouncer may find it difficult to attach the Steps Chair to the bouncer, creating a fall hazard.  

In December 2014 Stokke recalled the Stokke® Trailz™ strollers. At that time, a limited number of customers reported that the handle joint of Stokke® Trailz™ would break during use, presenting a potential fall hazard. The issue was never reported to have caused any injuries. The replacement of the chassis occurred in winter 2014/2015. There have not been any other incidents since.