Target recalls nearly half a million infant rompers, swimsuits due to choking, pinching hazards


Target has recalled nearly half a million children’s rompers and swimsuits due to concerns over choking and pinching hazards.

Included in the notice are 300,000 infant rompers and 181,000 infant girls’ swimsuits.

The recall comes after 16 reports of broken, detached or missing snaps on Cloud Infant baby rompers posing hazardous risks, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission website. These include one report of scratches and one report of a child being pinched.

The items were available at the retailer’s locations nationwide, as well as, and, and comprised units available from July 2019 through October 2020.

Recalled romper product numbers include: 206-05-1379, 206-05-1380, 206-05-1381, 206-05-1382, 206-05-1383, 206-05-1384, 206-05-1385, 206-05-1386, 206-05-1387, 206-05-1388, 206-05-1394, 206-05-1395, 206-05-1396, 206-05-1397, 206-05-1398, 206-05-3740, 206-05-3741, 206-05-3742, 206-05-3743, 206-05-3744, 206-05-5920, 206-05-5921, 206-05-5922, 206-05-5923 and 206-05-5924.

The swimsuits recalled were Cat & Jack Infant-Toddler One-Piece Rashguard Swimsuits, which received 27 reports of similarly broken or detached snaps, with one report of a laceration, per a USCPSC notice.

These swimsuits, including “Summer Blue Lemon,” “Coral Icon Story Hawaiian,” and “Moxie Peach Lemon” one-piece swimsuits in sizes 12M to 5T, were available in Target stores nationwide and online from December 2019 through October 2020.

Recalled swimsuit product item numbers include: 328-04-0574, 328-04-0575, 328-04-0576, 328-04-0577, 328-04-0578, 328-04-0579, 328-04-0628, 328-04-0629, 328-04-0630, 328-04-0631, 328-04-0632, 328-04-0633, 328-04-0664, 328-04-0665, 328-04-0666, 328-04-0667, 328-04-0668 and 328-04-0669.

Customers who own any of the aforementioned items are advised to keep away from children and return to Target for a refund.

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