Seven-Year KID Checkup on 3 A key aspect of is the ability for manufacturers to respond directly to consumers who report an incident or injury with their product. Overall, 2,441 comments were included in consumer reports. Children’s ages appeared to have a relationship to the frequency in which manufacturers provided a comment to consumers experiencing a product hazard. For infants and toddlers, manufacturers responded 47 percent of the time, preschooler’s 42 percent, children 41 percent and older teens 35 percent. Figure 2. Frequency of manufacturer comment within a consumer report published on between March 11, 2011 and July 11, 2018 given the primary victim’s age. Categories Of all the children’s products included in published reports on in the seven- year period analyzed, nursery products and toys continue to make up the largest percentage of product reports, as they did when the data was assessed by KID in 2013, for children under 18. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 0 to 2 3 to 5 6 to 14 15 to 18 Manufacturer Comment (%) Age Clothing & Accessories 6% Diapers 4% Electronics 3% Furniture & Home 13% Nursery 39% Laundry Pods 0% Outdoor/Sports 14% Toys 20% Other 1%