A childcare worker feeds a baby at a childcare center in Paris, July 30, 2015. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images

Following a massive recall of infant sleepers by Fischer-Price, Kids II has recalled all of its rocking sleeper models for safety reasons. The recalled sleepers have been involved in at least five infant deaths, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) said.

“Since the 2012 product introduction, five infant fatalities have occurred in the Kids II Rocking Sleepers, after the infants rolled from their back to their stomach while unrestrained, or under other circumstances,” the CPSC said in a statement.

The recall affects approximately 694,000 rocking sleepers that were sold at retailers nationwide, including Walmart, Target and Toys “R” Us. The recalled sleepers were sold in stores and online from March 2012 to April 26, 2019. The cost of the rocking sleepers was approximately $40 to $80.

A full list of recalled Kids II Rocking Sleepers can be viewed here.

Consumers should immediately stop using the product. They can contact Kids II for a refund or voucher by contacting the company at 1-866-869-7954 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday or they can get more information from the website by clicking on the Important Recall Information link.

This is the second recall involving infant sleepers as Fischer-Price recalled its Rock ‘n Play Sleepers after an investigation linked the product to at least 32 infant deaths. The American Academy of Pediatrics urged the company to initiate the recall.

Since Fisher-Price made the recall on April 12, two class action lawsuits have been filed against the company and its parent company, Mattel (MAT). The lawsuits claim that the marketing for the Rock ‘n Play Sleepers “was dangerously false and misleading.”

The two families that filed the lawsuits are seeking unspecified damages as well as to create two class action suits for class members located in New York and nationwide.

The recall affected 4.7 million sleepers.

Shares of Mattel stock were up 4.94 percent as of 10:12 a.m. ET on Monday.