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    • 12/5/2013
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    • 20131016-8F09E-1361813
    Incident Description: (10/12/2013) The consumer stated that her 13 month old child was able to undo the harness. The consumer stated that her child was able to push the button that is located at the front of the harness. The consumer stated that here was no incident. The consumer ... (More)
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    (12/4/2013) bloom tests it's products extensively for every major market in the world. For the buckle release button, bloom uses the most stringent safety standard requirement for infant harnesses for bouncers, highchairs, strollers, cradles, etc. For the USA, the most ... (More)
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