One of the world’s leading baby product manufacturers Fisher Price have issued a warning to parents across the globe after they received a number of reports that two of their popular baby motion seats unexpectedly caught fire.
The comapny who make a whole range of baby and toy products have also issued a recall for over 65,000 seats over fears that they can cause serious harm.
Although the latest recall was only issued in the US this week, the recall could potentially lead to other countries as the seats may have been purchased online and delivered from the US.
The company say that the recall has been issued in the interest of public safety and the affected products are the Fisher Price Soothing Motion Seat and the Fisher Price Smart Connect Soothing Motion Seats.
According to various reports in the US the company were forced to issue the recall after the US Consumer Product Safety Commission recieved a number of complaints that the seats motor caught fire unexpectedly.
In a statement Fisher Price said the recall applies to the Fisher-Price Soothing Motions Seats with the model numbers CMR35, CMR36, CMR37, DYH22 and the Smart Connect Soothing Motions Seats with the model number CMR39.
It is not known whether or not the products which are said to mimic a parents rocking baby soothing technique have been officially sold in Ireland or the UK.