You may remember us telling you about a recent stroller recall which affected certain Graco strollers, but now we have another recall to tell you about, this time affecting Baby Jogger, who has announced a voluntary recall due to a potential hazard within certain products.
The recall has been issued together with the Consumer Product Safety Comission as there is a hazard which could lead to the jump seat detaching itself if the jump seat is not locked in securely. This then means that the jump seat could be loose and a child could fall out in the process, so Baby Jogger are obviously putting saftey first in this instance.
The Baby Jogger products are sold in both the US and Canada, and the Item Number you need to look out for is J7J50, which has been in stores since January 2008. If you own a Baby Jogger product, you should stop using it immediately and contact Baby Jogger to receive some safety straps which will help remedy the problem.
You can read more information about Baby Jogger on their official website here. If you need more info on the recall itself, head to PR News Wire here, where you’ll find useful contact information and email addresses.
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