Recall of Jool Baby Nova Baby Swings

Last updated March 22, 2024

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled Jool Baby Nova baby swings from the market.

The CPSC reports that swings pose a suffocation hazard because they are marketed, intended, or designed to put babies to sleep, but have a tilt angle greater than 10 degrees, which violates the Children’s Sleep Products Regulation and the Safe Sleep for Babies Act.

What you need to do

Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled sleep swings.

As a reminder, the Connecticut State Agency Standards for Child Care Centers, Group Child Care Homes, and Family Child Care homes require that infants be placed in a supine (face up) sleeping position. Sleeping in a well-constructed crib or standing bed designed exclusively for infant sleeping is required and must have a well-fitted mattress, unless the child has written documentation from his or her medical staff, physician assistant, or register nurse practitioner in advance that specifies a medical reason for adopting an alternative sleeping position.

Get more information

You can see more information about the recall of these swings on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website and we recommend that caregivers share this information with families.  Consumers are encouraged to read the full recall notice and visit the company’s website for more information.

It is recommended that program managers and caregivers regularly consult the CPSC website for important information to ensure the health and safety of all children.