Peapod travel cribs that have been sold since 2005. We were so sad to hear that the recall was due to a possible infant death (though the cause is unknown), and others being trapped and distressed–however these occurred in some cases due to users placing the mattress on the floor of the tent and not in the pocket as the directions specify.Just yesterday, the CPSC and KidCo Inc. recalled all 220,000 of their
KidCo Inc. is offering a kit so parents who own a Peapod travel beds and Peapod Plus travel beds can fix them, making the cribs safe and more stable. But because those won’t ship until next month (December, 2012) if you own this travel crib, you should immediately discontinue use until your kit is received. Stay safe, mamas. -Team Cool Mom Picks
For more information about the KidCo Peapod travel bed recall, you can visit the CPSC.