Toddler health

RECALL: Evenflo Evolve Booster Seat

Evenflo has recalled 32,000 car seats because kids may be able to loosen the harness on their own.

Photo: Evenflo.com

Photo: Evenflo.com

Evenflo has recalled select models of its Evolve Booster Seats due to a risk that children can loosen the harness on their own. The affected models are the Evolve 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seats Evolve Booster Seats manufactured prior to February 9, 2016, with the following model numbers: 34411700 (US), 34411741 (US), 34411700C (Canada). Approximately 32,000 seats are affected by the recall.

This voluntary recall impacts the use of the seat in the harnessed mode only. While no injuries have been reported due to this issue, Evenflo issued the recall as a result of complaints regarding the use of the seat in its harnessed mode.

What should you do?

Evenflo is providing, at no charge, a remedy kit that will prevent child access and activation of the harness adjustment button. If your child is not accessing and activating the harness adjustment button, then the Evolve may be used safely in harnessed mode until the remedy kit is installed. If your child is accessing the harness adjustment button, then you should not continue to use the seat until the remedy kit has been installed.

To determine if your child’s seat is included in this recall and to order a remedy kit, visit www.evolve.evenflo.com or call the ParentLink Consumer Resource Center at 1-800-233-5921 (US)/ 1-800-265-0749 (Canada). Do not return the seat to your retailer.

Read Evenflo’s full recall notice here.

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