The baby cradle is a cradle for babies to rock and enjoy, using the baby's brain nerves to adjust smoothly and fall asleep quickly. But you must pay attention to the rhythm, otherwise you will get dizzy. The phenomenon of spitting up. If it is an electric baby cradle, it can achieve smooth and balanced shaking. Consult 18835648004. The time to fall asleep with an electric cradle is 2-4 minutes earlier than the time to fall asleep with a traditional manual cradle. It can also liberate the mother's hands and provide the mother with space and time to rest.
What is CPC certification?
Children's Product Certificate ( CPC) is a certificate issued by a third-party laboratory authorized by CPSC after testing products in accordance with regulations and based on test data. Applicable to all products that are primarily targeted at children 12 and under, such as toys, cradles, children's clothing, etc.
If it is produced locally in the United States, it is provided by the manufacturer, and if it is produced in other countries, it is provided by the importer. As an "importer", a cross-border seller who wants to sell products produced by a Chinese factory to the United States needs to provide a CPC certificate to Amazon as a retailer.To prove that its products meet the appropriate children's product safety regulations
Without CPC you will face:
If the U.S. Customs spot checks that the goods are the target products, the customs will be detained and will not be released until the CPC certification is submitted.
If it is detected by Amazon, the listing will be forcibly removed, and the listing will not be resumed until the submitted CPC passes the review.
Baby bassinet CPC standard:
Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (lead, phthalates); and
Section 14(a)(5) of the Consumer Product Safety Act (tracking labels); and
16 CFR Part 1130 (Consumer Registration Requirements for Durable Infant and Toddler Goods); and any of the following:
ASTM F2194 – 16e1 (Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Infant Cradles); or
ASTM F2194 – 22e1 (Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Infant Cradles); or
16 CFR Part 1218 (Baby Bassine Safety Standards)