It wouldn't be a Friday without a massive children's recall now, would it? Dorel Juvenile USA — the company behind Safety 1st and Eddie Bauer car seats, among others — announced the recall of 21 different car seat models because labels showing how to install them could be wrong. The labels with arrows for the rear-facing belt path installation are wrong, which could lead parents to install them incorrectly, ultimately causing a child to be hurt in a crash. A total of 89,000 car seats are being recalled, though according to Dorel Juvenile, no children have been injured yet.
Among the recalled car seats are the Safety 1st Complete Air LX, Safety 1st Complete Air SE, Safety 1st Alpha Omega Elite, and Eddie Bauer Deluxe 3-in-1 convertible models. For the full list of affected products and what the manufacturer is asking owner's to do with them, read more on The Stir.