Dozens of model numbers of B-Safe 35, BOB B-Safe 35, and 35 Elite infant seats and infant car seats are affected by the recall, for which a repair kit is being made available.

Britax maintains that affected car seats remain safe in a crash, and that the term “recall” only applies to the chest clip. An article and video on the Britax website explain how to switch out the existing clip with the replacement.

The following model numbers, which were manufactured between Nov. 1, 2015 and May 31, 2017, are affected by the recall:
B-Safe 35 & Travel Systems
E1A183F, E1A185M, E1A185P, E1A186R, E1A203F, E1A205M, E1A205P, E1A206X, E1A206Z, E1A207E, E9LU65V, E9LU66X, E9LU66Z, E9LU67D, E9LU67E, EXA185M, S02063600, S02063700, S03803400, S03803500, S03803700, S03803800, S03803900, S04144400, S04144500, S04144600, S04145000, S04402800, S04884200, S04884300, S04975600, S04978900, S05260200, S06020300, S06020400, S06020500, S06020600, S06020700, S06020800, S06020900, S06147100, S921800, E1A193F, E1A195M, E1A195P, E1A196X, E1A196Z, E9LV16R, E9LV17D, S04144700, S04144800, S04144900, S04183700, S04183800, S04437700, S04884400, S04884500, S06051400, S06051500, S06051600, S06051700, S06051800, E1A233F, E1A235M, E1A235P, E1A236X

Warranty Replacement Part: S03421600

B-Safe 35 Elite & Travel Systems
E1A215T, E1A215U, E1A216P, E1A221Q, E1A225C, E1A225U, E1A226L, E9LS51Q, E9LS56C, E9LS56L, E9LS57F, E9LS57G, E9LS57H, EXA216L, S01298600, S02063800, S02063900, S02064000, S04281200, S04281300, S04628500, S06018800, S06020000, S06020200, S92370, E9LV21Q, E9LV26C, E9LV26L, E9LV27F, E9LV27G, E9LV2Q8, S01298700, S04184000, S06051300, E9LT15U, E9LT16C, E9LT16L

BOB B-Safe 35 by Britax
E9LT34A, E9LT34C, E9LT35X, EXLT34A, E9LT54A, E9LT54C, E9LT55X

If you purchased one of these infant car seats and would like a free remedy kit — a free replacement clip is being sent to those who have already registered their product — visit the Britax recall site here.

This recall is being conducted in coordination with various regulatory agencies, including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

To date, no injuries or incidents have been associated with the recall.

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Source: NBC Philadelphia

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