Step2 Recalls Faulty StepUp Sidekick Learning Towers

The Step2 Company of Streetsboro, Ohio, recalled about 1,600 StepUp Sidekick Learning Towers due to potential safety risk.

The storage tray with cup holders and steps can come loose from the tower, posing a fall hazard to the child.

The firm has received 20 reports of the storage trays or steps coming loose from the tower, including one child sustaining minor bruises after falling from the tower.

This recall involves Step2’s StepUp Sidekick Learning Tower for children.

The tower can be used as a helper stool and as a chair. It has a white plastic exterior with a gray tray with two cup holders, a seat, and a step.

Manufacture codes included in this recall are 10-2020, 3-2021, and 5-2021 which can be found on the removable seat/step.

Model number “4134” is molded into the bottom of the tower.

The towers were manufactured in the U.S and were sold online.

The company urges consumers to immediately stop using the recalled StepUp Sidekick Learning Tower and to contact Step2 for a full refund.

There have been no reported incidents or injuries to date.

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