Fiddle Diddles Recalls Car Seat Strap Systems

Fiddle Diddles LullaBelay. Source: CPSC.gov.
Fiddle Diddles LullaBelay. Source: CPSC.gov.

Fiddle Diddles LullaBelay Recall Due to Potential Choking Hazard

On October 25, 2016, a recall was issued through the Consumer Product Safety Commission for the LullaBelay car seat strap systems. The carabiners attached to the strap system are considered to be a hazard, as they contain “small internal parts that can become dislodged, posing a choking hazard to young children.”

Only LullaBelays with Model Number LB1001 sold between May 2015-June 2016 need to be replaced.  The Model Number is printed on the gray straps. “Fiddle Diddles” is printed on a fabric label attached to the mesh car seat cover, tote bag and fabric straps.

The strap system includes two fabric straps, carabiner hardware, a mesh car seat cover and a tote bag. The carabiners are used to hang a car seat from a shopping cart.

This recall affects approximately 250 units, made in China, imported and distributed by Fiddle Diddles Inc., of Maple Grove, Minnesota.

No incidents or injuries have been reported.

Customers should stop using the LullaBelay strap system immediately, and contact Fiddle Diddles for a free repair kit. Customers who have purchased this product may contact Fiddle Diddles at 888.741.2957, 9am-5pm (CT), Monday through Friday, email or visit their recall-related link at fiddlediddles.com/replacement-kit.html. This web page offers customers a “free carabiner replacement kit and includes an order form.

The adjustable car seat strap system was sold via Amazon.com, Fiddlediddles.com, and at Zoolikins stores in Arizona, for about $40.

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