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Costway recalls baby strollers

A child’s torso can pass through the opening between the activity tray and the seat bottom

Costway of Fontana, Calif., is recalling about 16,000 baby strollers.

A child’s torso can pass through the opening between the activity tray and the seat bottom and his/her head can become entrapped, posing entrapment and strangulation hazards. The location of the crotch restraint creates a large opening between the seat bottom and the restraint, posing a fall hazard to children.

No incidents or injuries are reported.

This recall involves three models of double strollers.

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    Delta recalls 'J is for Jeep' brand strollers

    The stroller leg brackets can break, causing a falling hazard

    Delta Enterprise Corporation has issued a recall for 28,000 units of its J is for Jeep brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers. The company says that the stroller leg bracket can break and pose a fall hazard to infants in the stroller. 

    The strollers have two wheels in the back and one smaller wheel in the front, and can be identified by a "J is for Jeep" printing on the side of the stroller sun canopy and a star with a circle around it logo printed on the front bottom of the seat on the side of the stroller.

    Affected model and lot numbers, which can be found printed on a Delta Children label with a blue heart at the left bottom frame support, can be viewed here.

    The strollers were sold nationwide at Target, Walmart, and other stores from August 2015 to August 2016 for between $130 and $160. Thus far, there have been four reported incidents of the stroller leg bracket breaking, including one case in which a child fell from the stroller and received cuts and bruises.

    Delta says that consumers who have puchased an affected stroller should stop using it immediately and contact the company for a free repair. Delta can be reached at 800-377-3777 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.

    You can also contact the company by email at recall@deltachildren.com or online at www.deltachildren.com. Just click on the "Help Center" and then the "Recall Center" for more information.

    Delta Enterprise Corporation has issued a recall for 28,000 units of its J is for Jeep brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers. The company says...

    Britax recalls Click & Go receivers on baby strollers due to potential fall hazard

    A damaged receiver mount can cause the car seat to disengage and fall unexpectedly

    Britax has initiated a recall of approximately 717,000 units of its Click & Go receivers found on Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion Strollers.

    The company says a damaged receiver mount on the stroller can cause the car seat to disengage and fall unexpectedly when the products are in travel system mode, which poses a fall hazard to infants in the car seat. The recall pertains to strollers that are folding, single or double occupant models and have Click & Go receiver mounts that attach the car seat carrier to the stroller frame.

    There are 121 affected model numbers of the B-Agile products and 21 affected model numbers of the BOB products included in the recall, which can be viewed here. The model numbers can be found on the inside of the stroller's metal frame near the right rear wheel for single strollers and in the front middle underside of the frame on double strollers.

    The products were sold nationwide between May, 2011 and February, 2017 at retailers like Babies R Us, buy buy Baby, and Target, as well as online at Amazon.com, albeebaby.com, buybuybaby.com, diapers.com, ToysRUs.com, and other websites. The products cost between $250 and $470 for the strollers and the travel systems. 

    Thus far, Britax has received 33 reports of car seats unexpectedly disconnecting from the strollers and falling to the ground, which has resulted in 26 injuries. The company is aware of 1,337 reports of strollers that have damaged Click & Go receiver mounts. 

    What to do

    Britax is urging consumers who own one of the affected products to stop using the strollers in cars; however, it says that the products can continue to be safely used as a stroller.

    The company is asking that consumers not return the product to the retailer. Instead, consumers should dispose of the Click & Go receivers. The company has pledged to provide a remedy kit to fix the broken part for single stroller models. 

    For more information, consumers can contact Britax online at us.britax.com/recall and stroller.recall@britax.com. Consumers can also reach the company by phone at 844-227-0300, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST. 

    Britax has initiated a recall of approximately 717,000 units of its Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion Strollers with Click & Go receivers.The company says...

    Pacific Cycle recalls swivel wheel jogging strollers

    The front wheel can become loose and detach

    Pacific Cycle of Madison, Wis., is recalling about 217,600 Instep and Schwinn swivel wheel jogging strollers.

     

    The front wheel can become loose and detach, posing crash and fall hazards.

     

    The firm has received 132 reports of the front wheel becoming loose or unstable, resulting in 215 injuries, including head injuries, sprains, lacerations, bumps, bruises, and abrasions.

     

    This recall involves single and double occupant swivel wheel jogging strollers, which come in a variety of colors, and have a quick release mechanism for removing and re-attaching the front wheel.

     

    Instep Safari, Instep Grand Safari, Instep Flight, Schwinn Turismo and Schwinn Discover Single and Double Occupant Swivel jogging strollers with the following model numbers are being recalled:

     

    Instep Safari

     

    Single

    Instep Grand Safari

    Single

    Instep Safari

     

    Double

    Instep Grand Safari

    Double

    Instep Flight 

     

    Single

    11-AR178

    11-AR182

    11-AR220B

    11-AR282

    11-AR101AZ

    11-AR179

    11-AR183

    11-AR224

    11-AR283

     

    11-AR180

    11-AR184

    11-AR278

    11-AR284

     

    11-AR181

    11-AR-192

    11-AR279

    11-AR292

     

    11-AR240B

    11-AR193

    11-AR280

    11-AR293

     

    11-AR245

     

    11-AR281

     

     

    11-AR250

     

    11-AR290

     

     

    11-AR255

     

    11-AR291

     

     

    11-AR700A

     

    11-AR340B

     

     

    111-AR750

     

    11-AR345

     

     

    11-AR178DS

     

    11-AR350

     

     

    11-AR179DS

     

    11-AR355

     

     

    11-AR120B

     

     

     

     

    11-AR190

     

     

     

     

    11-AR191

     

     

     

     

     

    Instep Flight

     

    — Double

    Schwinn Turismo

     

     Single

    Schwinn Turismo

     

    Double

    Schwinn Discover

     

    Single

    Schwinn Discover

     

    Double

    11-AR201AZ

    13-SC113

    13-SC213

    13-SC105AZ

    13-SC205AZ

    11-AR301AZ

    13-SC114

    13-SC214

     

     

     

    13-SC116

    13-SC216

     

     

     

    13-SC117

    13-SC217

     

     

     

     

    The model number is located on the inside of the metal frame above the rear right wheel.

     

    The strollers, manufactured in China, were sold at small retailers nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Target.com, Toys-R-Us.com, Walmart.com and other online retailers from January 2010, through June 2016, for between $130 and $350.

     

    What to do

     

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled jogging strollers and contact Pacific Cycle to obtain a repair kit to secure the front wheel. The repair kit includes a replacement mechanism for securing the front wheel that uses a traditional screw on/off method of attachment instead of the quick release lever method of attachment shipped with the product, as well as new warning labels. Consumers should NOT return the jogging strollers to retailers where purchased. A repair video is available at www.pacific-cycle.com/safety-notices-recalls/.

     

    Consumers may contact Pacific Cycle toll-free at 877-564-2261 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday, online at www.pacific-cycle.com, www.instep.net or www.schwinnbikes.com and click on “Safety Notices & Recalls” or by email at customerservice@pacific-cycle.com for more information.

     

     

    Pacific Cycle of Madison, Wis., is recalling about 217,600 Instep and Schwinn swivel wheel jogging strollers. The front wheel can become loose and ...

    phil&teds recalls dash strollers

    The hinge used to fold the stroller can pose a pinch hazard to the consumer

    phil&teds of Fort Collins, Colo., is recalling about 870 phil&teds dash strollers in the U.S. and Canada.

     

    The hinge used to fold the dash v5 stroller can become damaged while opening and closing the stroller, posing a pinch hazard to the consumer.

     

    The firm has received one report of the stroller hinge joint separating. No injuries have been reported.

     

    This recall involves phil&teds dash v5 buggy-style strollers with serial numbers ranging between PTRV 0715/0746 and PTRV 0815/2525. The serial number is printed on the lower left rear cradle, next to the identification label.

     

    Colors and models included in the recall are:

     

    Color

    EAN/UPC Code

    Model

    Black

    9 420015754 155

    DASH_V5_5

    Grey Marl

    9 420015754 179       

    DASH_V5_7

    Blue Marl

    9 420015754 186

    DASH_V5_3

    Red

    9 420015754 162

    DASH_V5_11

     

    The strollers, manufactured in China, were sold at Baby Street, Dainty Baby, Mega Babies and other baby product and specialty stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, diapers.com and philandteds.com from August 2015, through April 2016, for about $550.

     

    What to do

     

    Consumers should immediately stop using the dash v5 stroller and contact phil&teds to have the stroller frame replaced free of charge.

     

    Consumers may contact phil&teds toll-free at 855-652-9019 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MT) Monday through Friday or online at www.philandteds.com and click on “Support,” then “Upgrades” and “Recalls” for more information.

     

    phil&teds; of Fort Collins, Colo., is recalling about 870 phil&teds; dash strollers in the U.S. and Canada. The hinge used to fold the dash v5 stro...

    UPPAbaby recalls strollers and RumbleSeats

    The strollers’ and RumbleSeats’ bumper bar can pose a choking hazard

    UPPAbaby of Hingham, Mass., is recalling about 79,000 UPPAbaby 2015 CRUZ , 2015 VISTA strollers and 2015 RumbleSeats in the U.S and Canada.

     

    The strollers’ and RumbleSeats’ bumper bar poses a choking hazard when a child bites the bumper bar and removes a piece of the foam covering.

     

    The company has received 22 reports of children biting off a piece of the bumper bar foam. No injuries have been reported.

     

    This recall involves 2015 CRUZ and 2015 VISTA strollers and 2015 RumbleSeats. The CRUZ strollers have an aluminum alloy grey or black frame with a black fabric toddler seat with a colored fabric sunshade canopy and a black basket under the seat. The UPPAbaby name and logo are printed on the side of the canopy and “CRUZ” is printed in white lettering on the handlebars of the stroller.

     

    The VISTA strollers have grey or black aluminum frames, colored sunshade canopy and are made to hold one, two or up to three children. VISTA is printed in white lettering on the handlebars of the stroller and UPPAbaby is printed across the bottom diagonal rail of the stroller frame next to a black, fabric basket.

     

    The RumbleSeat is a separate seat attachment that can be attached to the stroller frame. RumbleSeats have manufacture dates stamped on the bottom of the seat from September 2014 through May 2015. It comes in various colors and allows the child to ride rear facing, forward facing or reclined. All of the strollers and RumbleSeats have a foam bumper bar across the middle of the product for the child to hold.

     

    The CRUZ and VISTA strollers with the following model and serial numbers are included in the recall:

     

    CRZ0415018100001  through CRZ0415018100738
    CRZ0415018100739through  CRZ0415018101284
    CRZ0515018101285throughCRZ0515018101824
    CRZ0714018100001throughCRZ0714018101441
    CRZ0814018102464throughCRZ0814018102983
    CRZ0814018100001throughCRZ0814018100521
    CRZ0814018103764throughCRZ0814018104024
    CRZ0814018103504throughCRZ0814018103763
    CRZ0814018103244throughCRZ0814018103503
    CRZ0914018104905throughCRZ0914018105353
    CRZ0914018104617throughCRZ0914018104760
    CRZ0914018104025throughCRZ0914018104184
    CRZ0914018104185throughCRZ0914018104328
    CRZ0914018104761throughCRZ0914018104904
    CRZ0914018104329throughCRZ0914018104472
    CRZ1014018106646throughCRZ1014018109347
    CRZ1114018109348throughCRZ1114018112151
    CRZ1114018114244throughCRZ1114018115495
    CRZ1114018112242throughCRZ1114018114243
    CRZ1214018115496throughCRZ1214018117465
     

    The 2015 VISTA strollers have model number 0101 printed on a sticker on the lower crossbar frame. They also have the following serial number printed on a sticker with a barcode below the rear axle of the stroller frame on the left:

     

    VIS0315010103097through VIS0315010103696
    VIS0315010104435  through  VIS0315010105310
    VIS0315010106433throughVIS0315010107416
    VIS0814010100001throughVIS0814010101261
    VIS0814010100001throughVIS0814010100631
    VIS0914010101894throughVIS0914010102525
    VIS0914010102526throughVIS0914010103155
    VIS0914010103156throughVIS0914010103785
    VIS1014010103786throughVIS1014010104417
    VIS1014010105048throughVIS1014010105677
    VIS1014010104418throughVIS1014010105047
    VIS1014010112494throughVIS1014010112973
    VIS1014010111598throughVIS1014010111864
    VIS1014010107220throughVIS1014010111063
    VIS1014010111865throughVIS1014010112133
    VIS1014010111064throughVIS1014010111330
    VIS1014010112134throughVIS1014010112493
    VIS1014010111331throughVIS1014010111597
    VIS1014010105678throughVIS1014010107219
    VIS1114010112974throughVIS1114010114205
    VIS1114010114206throughVIS1114010121671
    VIS1114010121672throughVIS1114010124381
    VIS1114010124382throughVIS1214010127183
    VIS1214010127184throughVIS1214010129685

     

    The strollers and RumbleSeats, manufactured in China, were sold at BuyBuy Baby and other juvenile product retailers nationwide and online at Amazon.com from December 2014, through July 2015, for about $500 for the CRUZ stroller, $860 for the VISTA stroller and $170 for the RumbleSeat.

     

    Consumers should immediately remove and stop using the bumper bar on these recalled strollers and RumbleSeats and contact the firm to receive a free bumper bar cover and warning label.

     

    Consumers may contact UPPAbaby customer service toll-free at (844) 540-8694 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) Monday through Friday, or by email at contact@uppababy.com.

     

     

     

    UPPAbaby of Hingham, Mass., is recalling about 79,000 UPPAbaby 2015 CRUZ , 2015 VISTA strollers and 2015 RumbleSeats in the U.S and Canada. The strollers’...

    Graco recalls 11 models of strollers

    The folding hinge on the sides of the stroller can pinch a child’s finger

    Graco Children’s Products of Atlanta, Ga., is recalling nearly 5 million children's strollers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

    The folding hinge on the sides of the stroller can pinch a child’s finger, posing a laceration or amputation hazard.

    The company has received 11 reports of finger injuries including 6 reports of fingertip amputation, 4 reports of partial-fingertip amputation and 1 finger laceration.

    This recall includes eleven Graco and Century-branded strollers. All models are a single-occupant stroller with an external sliding fold-lock hinge on each side and a one-hand fold release mechanism on the handle.

    Strollers with a manufacture date from August 1, 2000 to September 25, 2014 are included in the recall. Model numbers and the date of manufacture are printed on the white label located at the bottom of the stroller leg just above the rear wheel.

    The model names and numbers included in the recall are:

    Aspen

          

    6947MAN

    6954AMB

    7403ANM

    7414BKL

    7453UVB

    7454WNN

     
           

    Breeze

          

    34950

    6904N8

    6904TN8

    6907JUN

    7404M7

    7404TM7

    7433BER

    6904BUG

    6904NV

    6904YL

    6907ZOU

    7404NCB

    7431PUR

    7464CEL

    6904LAZ

    6904TLQ

    6907CYP

    6932AR

    7404P8

    7432PUR

    7464KSB

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Capri - Century Branded Literider

        

    6901DZ

    6901FRN

    6901MP

        
           

    Cirrus

          

    35233

    6956COR

    6956MLL

    7426CUB

    7438JET

    7456NGS

     

    6919MV

    6956MAC

    7416HX

    7435WNN

    7456GKG

    7463CUB

     

    6919TMP

    6956MIC

    7416THX

    7438GIN

    7456MON

      
           

    Glider

          

    35206

    6974CYP

    6987FMT

    6S00MRG3

    7441SAV

    7446STA

    7S00SBN3

    1755545

    6974HAB

    6987FMT3

    6S01JAV3

    7441SAV2

    7448WLS2

    7S00WAV3

    1757978

    6983THE

    6987SFJ3

    6S02SFS3

    7441SPT

    7459KYW2

     

    6937N6

    6984SAR

    6999TRI

    7441FLT

    7445UNN

    7S00KWD3

     
           

    Kite

          

    6837COE

          
           

    Literider 

          

    1759206

    1834721

    6712NPB

    6903RG

    6927HE

    6942MP

    7304TOP2

    1759753

    1834725

    6712PWC3

    6912GMP

    6927HK

    6955G9

    7305ALB2

    1760521

    1843722

    6712SFT

    6916BLW

    6927LV

    6989N2

    7320UVB

    1761301

    1850503

    6712SNY

    6916BRN

    6927TMJ

    6989Y2

    7321UVB

    1763582

    1852558

    6712SUP

    6916D5

    6927TXB

    6M01TAN3

    7340SSR

    1783222

    1853477

    6712SUP3

    6916F3

    6929B7

    6M02SFR3

    7340SSR2

    1790492

    1876823

    6720THE

    6916HBH

    6929HX

    7003CHP

    7350DOH

    1794240

    34855

    6730BEB

    6916MEL

    6929KY

    7300MAK

    7350DOH2

    1801006

    34939

    6730DRM

    6916P8

    6929WN

    7303BRL

    7360NGS

    1804095

    35635

    6730HMP

    6916RK

    6936HAV

    7303BRL2

    7436GIN

    1809351

    6710JKP

    6827RS

    6916TA6

    6936JAM

    7304GEI

    7436JET

    1809556

    6710JUP

    6903IND

    6927AE

    6938A5

    7304GEI2

    7M00DCF3

    1817150

    6712NAP

    6903JJJ

    6927GP

    6940A4

    7304HNW3

     
           

    Literider - Century Branded

        

    1804730

          
           

    Sierra

     

     

      

    7487GP

    7487VA

         
           

    Solara - Century Branded Literider

        

    6965ZOL

    6985CNC

       

     

     
           

    Sterling

          

    6988KER

    7425CLE

    7425OAK

    7428RAC

    7429VL

    7437N5

    7447PAS

    7423RAC

    7425CLE2

    7427AD

    7429HX

    7429WZ

    7447M7

     
           

    TravelMate

          

    6958HAV

    6958TDT

         
    The strollers, manufactured in China, were sold at Target, Toys R Us, Walmart and other retail stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Walmart.com and other online retailers from August 2000, through November 2014, for about $40-70 for the stroller and about $140-$170 for the Travel System.

    Consumers should contact Graco immediately for a free repair kit. Repair kits will be available from the firm at the beginning of December 2014. While waiting for a repair kit, caregivers should exercise extreme care when unfolding the stroller to be certain that the hinges are firmly locked before placing a child in the stroller. Caregivers are advised to immediately remove the child from a stroller that begins to fold to keep their fingers from the side hinge area.

    Consumers may contact Graco Children’s Products at (800) 345-4109 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday.  

    Graco Children’s Products of Atlanta, Ga., is recalling nearly 5 million children's strollers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The folding hinge on the sid...

    Tray Vous recalls snack and activity trays for strollers

    The opening between the recalled tray and stroller seat bottom poses a strangulation hazard

    Tray Vous LLC of San Diego, Calif., is recalling about 860 Tray Vous snack and activity trays with connectors in the U.S. and Canada.

    The opening between the recalled tray and stroller seat bottom allows an unharnessed child’s body to pass through, but could trap a child’s head, posing a strangulation hazard.

    No incidents or injuries have been reported.

    This recall involves Tray Vous snack and activity trays, which have connectors that fit into strollers. The three-piece units include a black plastic tray with a cup holder, a left connector and a right connector.

    The tray measures about 15 inches wide by 6 inches deep by .75 inches thick. The left and right plastic connectors measure about 4 inches long by 1.75 inches wide by .75 inches thick and are used to connect the tray to the stroller’s base.

    “Tray Vous” and “Patent Approved US7942437B2” are printed on a sticker underneath the tray.

    The trays, manufactured in China and Taiwan, were sold at Dainty Baby in Brooklyn, N.Y., and other juvenile product stores nationwide and online at daintybaby.com, mystroller.com, pacifier.com and trayvous.com from May 2011, through June 2012, for about $50.

    Consumers should immediately remove the recalled trays and connectors from strollers and contact Tray Vous to receive a free replacement tray and connectors.

    Consumers may contact Tray Vous at (800) 281-6483 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT.

    Tray Vous LLC of San Diego, Calif., is recalling about 860 Tray Vous snack and activity trays with connectors in the U.S. and Canada. The opening between ...

    New federal safety standard for carriages and strollers

    It affects issues including parking brakes and locking mechanisms

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has signed off on a new federal mandatory standard intended to improve the safety of infant’s and children’s carriages and strollers.

    In case you didn't know, there are official differences between strollers and carriages:

    • A stroller is a wheeled vehicle used to transport children, usually from infancy to 36 months old. Children are transported generally sitting up or in a semi-reclined position by a person pushing on a handle attached to the stroller.
    • Carriages are wheeled vehicles made to transport an infant, usually in a position lying down.

    Carriages and strollers within the scope of the new standard include full-size 2D strollers that fold in front-to-back (or back-to-front) and 3D strollers that fold in front-to-back (or back-to-front), as well as side-to-side directions, travel systems (including car seats), tandem, side-by-side, multi-occupant and jogging strollers.

    What's covered

    The new standard incorporates by reference the most recent voluntary standard developed by ASTM International (ASTM F833-13b), Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Carriages and Strollers, with a modification to address head entrapment hazards associated with multi-positional/adjustable grab bars.

    In addition, the new safety standard addresses hazards associated with strollers reported to the agency, including:

    • Hinge issues that have resulted in pinched, cut, or amputated fingers or arms;
    • Broken and detached wheels;
    • Parking brake failures;
    • Locking mechanism problems;
    • Restraint issues, such as a child unbuckling the restraint and restraint breakage or detachment;
    • Structural integrity; and
    • Stability.

    Consumer complaints

    CPSC has received about 1,300 incident reports related to strollers reported from January 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013. Four of those incidents involved a fatality.

    ConsumerAffairs has also heard from consumers unhappy with the strollers they purchased.

    "I purchased an Evenflo Discovery Travel System for my daughter for ease of use taking her from the car and placing it on the stroller," writes Linda of Waco, Texas. "The wheels are constantly falling off whether I am putting the stroller away, or taking it out. The wheels also fall off if I am lifting the stroller up to put on the curb."

    Kasey of Rutland, Vt., says she was pushing her 10-month-old daughter in a Cosco stroller and "out of nowhere the stroller broke. When this happened," she continues in a ConsumerAffairs post, "my daughter was sitting in it and her hand got caught in it, her hand got cut and it was twice its size so I took pictures of it and brought her to the doctor. Luckily its not broken and no serious damage."

    The effective date for the mandatory carriage and stroller standard is 18 months after the final rule is published in the Federal Register.

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has signed off on a new federal mandatory standard intended to improve the safety of infant’s and children’s ...

    Baby Jogger recalls car seat adaptors

    The support bars can fail, posing a fall hazard to children

    Baby Jogger of Richmond, Va., is recalling about 30,000 car seat adaptors for strollers on the U.S. and Canada.

    The car seat adaptor support bars can fail, posing a fall hazard to children.  The company has received 47 reports of the car seat adaptor supports bars failing and car seats falling to the floor. Reports include two injured infants with bruises to the head and toes.

    The car seat adaptors come in three models and are used to secure a variety of infant car seats onto Baby Jogger strollers. The “Single” model fits all single strollers, the “Double” works only on double strollers and the “Select/Versa” fits Select and Versa strollers.  The car seat adaptors consist of two U-shaped, black, aluminum support bars and two black plastic adaptors that allow the support bars to attach onto the stroller. Black nylon straps secure the car seat to the adaptor on the stroller. The black support bars are labeled A and B.  The A support bar is the larger of the two U-shaped bars and has a red plastic tip with 10 holes.

    Newer models have only four holes and are not being recalled. The model number is located on the lower right hand corner of the original package and the manufacturing date can be found on a sticker on the bottom of the package.

    Item Description

    Model Numbers

    Manufactured Dates

    Car Seat Adaptor for 
    Single Strollers

    BJ90121

    Manufactured between April 1,  2012 and Sept 20, 2012; 
    dates appear as year, month day, e.g.: “2012.09.20”

    Car Seat Adaptor for 
    Double Stroller

    BJ90221

    Car Seat Adaptor for 
    Select/Versa Strollers

    BJ90321

    The adaptors, manufactured in China, were sold at Buy Buy Baby and other juvenile product stores nationwide and at albeebaby.com, amazon.com, buybuybaby.com, diapers.com and other online retailers from June 2012 through June 2013 for about $60 for the single adaptor and $100 for the double adaptor.  

    Consumers should immediately stop using their car seat adaptor and contact Baby Jogger for free replacement support bars.   

    Consumers may contact Baby Jogger toll-free at (877) 506-2213 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET , or email recall@babyjogger.com.

    Baby Jogger of Richmond, Va., is recalling about 30,000 car seat adaptors for strollers on the U.S. and Canada. The car seat adaptor support bars can fail...