Recall Alert On Evenflo Convertible & Booster Car Seats!

A number of Evenflo car seats have been recalled.

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A voluntary recall has been announced by Evenflo due to faulty seat buckles in certain models. This recall effects over 1.3 million car seats. The buckle can become stuck making it difficult to remove the child from the seat, especially in the event of an emergency.

The following Evenflo convertible and booster seat models that were manufactured between 2011 and 2014 are effected by this recall:

Momentum 65, Momentum 65 LX and Momentum 65 DLX: model number prefix 385 manufactured between 3/4/2013 & 8/26/2013

Chase, Chase LX and Chase Select: model number prefix 306 manufactured between 6/12/2012 & 10/3/2013

Chase LX and Chase DLX: model number prefix 329 manufactured between 8/23/2011 & 3/3/2014

Maestro and Maestro Performance: model number prefix 310 manufactured between 8/22/2011 & 10/17/2013

Symphony 65, Symphony 65 E3, Symphony LX, Symphony DLX and Snugli All-in-One: model number prefix 345 or 356 manufactured between 10/2/2012 & 8/26/2013

Titan 65 and SureRide DLX: model number prefix 371 manufactured between 6/20/2012 & 10/17/2013

Secure Kid LX, Secure Kid DLX, Secure Kid 100, Secure Kid 300, Secure Kid 400 and Snugli Booster: model number prefix 308 manufactured between 12/13/2011 & 3/3/2014

Please contact Evenflo immediately for a free repair kit by calling (800) 490-7591 or visiting them online to place your order.

For more detailed information you can visit the Evenflo recall website.

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