September 1, 2004
- Regal Lager Inc. Recall to Repair Stroller Attachments
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Regal Lager Inc., of Kennesaw, Ga. is voluntarily recalling approximately 11,500 Lascal “Buggy Board” stroller attachments. The Buggy Board’s red connecting pins can break, causing the board to partially detach from the stroller or carriage, posing a fall hazard to the user.
June 23, 2004
- Dorel Juvenile Group USA Recall to Inspect and Replace COSCO® “Rock ‘N Roller” Baby Strollers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Dorel Juvenile Group USA, of Columbus, Ind. is voluntarily recalling 300,000 COSCO® “Rock ‘N Roller” Baby Strollers. If the stop pins are bent or missing or the seat is not fully attached, the seat can partially detach from the frame during use and the infant occupant can be injured in a fall.
May 13, 2004
- Baby Trend Recall of Certain Baby Trend “Passport” Strollers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Baby Trend, Inc., of Ontario, California, is voluntarily recalling “Passport” strollers. The fold joint can collapse unexpectedly, causing the baby to fall.
August 9, 2001
- Kolcraft Recalls LiteSport Strollers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Kolcraft Enterprises, Inc., of Chicago, IL, is voluntarily recalling about 115,000 strollers. Lock mechanisms, found on both sides of the stroller, can break and cause the stroller to suddenly collapse. When the strollers collapse, babies can fall and suffer injuries.
June 14, 2001
- Century Recall of Multi-Use Strollers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Century Products Co., of Macedonia, Ohio, is voluntarily recalling about 650,000 "Take 2," "Travel Solutions," "Pioneer," "Travelite," and "Pro Sport" 4-in-1 strollers. The strollers can unexpectedly collapse or the car seat/carrier adapter can unexpectedly detach. When this happens, an infant or young child inside the stroller or an attached car seat/carrier can fall to the ground and suffer serious injuries.
December 20, 2000
- Kolcraft "Ranger" Stroller Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Kolcraft Enterprises Inc., of Chicago, Ill., is voluntarily recalling about 25,500 strollers. Lock mechanisms, found on both sides of the stroller, can break and create a pinch-point hazard. Young children can be injured when their fingers, arms or hands are pinched between parts of the locking mechanism.
May 2, 2000
- Jogging Strollers Recalled by BOB Trailers & Baby Trend
March 20, 2000
- Jogging Strollers Recalled by InSTEP™ LLC
February 17, 1999
- Two WaysTM Tandem Strollers Recalled by Cosco
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Cosco Inc., of Columbus, Ind., is recalling about 57,000 GeobyTM Two WaysTM tandem strollers for in-home repair. The plastic locks on the folding mechanisms can break during use, causing the strollers to suddenly collapse. Ifstrollers collapse, babies can suffer injuries from the fall, including head injuries from hitting concrete sidewalks. The child's arms, hands or fingers can be cut if they are onthe locking mechanism when the stroller collapses.
December 16, 1997
- Voyager Car Seat/Strollers In-Home Repair Recall by Cosco
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Cosco Inc. of Columbus,Ind., is recalling about 6,000 VoyagerTM Car Seat/Strollersfor in-home repair. The VoyagerTM Car Seat/Stroller is a combination product with an infant car seat that snaps into a frame for use as a stroller. When used as the stroller, the car seat could become dislodged and fall to the ground. Infants could be injured from the fall.
April 16, 1997; Revised August 27, 2001
- TraveLite SPORT Strollers Recall by Century
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Century Products Co. of Macedonia, Ohio, is voluntarilyproviding a free repair kit for about 166,000 Century TraveLite SPORTstrollers. Certain models of these strollers have restraint buckles thatcould unlatch and fold locks that could break causing the strollerto fold unexpectedly if the front wheels of the stroller hit a curb orother stationary object. If the restraint buckle unlatches or the foldlocks fail, a child could fall out of the stroller and beinjured.
August 29, 1991; Revised January 13, 2003
- 1,000 Gerry Strollers Recalled For Potential Brake Failure
January 30, 1991
- Petrus Umbrella Stroller Modification Program
October 9, 1990; Revised August 27, 2001
- Stroller Modification Program by Graco
June 6, 1989
- Three Baby Strollers Recalled By Mccrory
May 31, 1988
- Avanti Strollers Repair Program by Perego
May 17, 1988
- Umbrella Stroller Recalled by Service Merchandise
November 24, 1987; Revised October 29, 2002
- Strollers Repair by Fisher-Price
May 13, 1986; Revised August 27, 2001
- Shoulder Harness on Century Strollers Recalled by Bilt-Rite
February 19, 1986
- Li'l Steeler Strollers Repaired by Hedstrom