Safety 1st Recalls 20,000 Strollers Because Of Safety Issue
If you use a Safety 1st brand stroller, you may want to check out this latest recall.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the Safety 1st “Step and Go Travel Systems” strollers have been recalled due to a defect that allows the tray part of the stroller to disengage when you have the infant car seat locked in. So far, there have been 30 reports of the stroller tray malfunction, fortunately with no injuries reported.
The company that owns Safety 1st, the brand that manufactures the stroller released a statement on regarding the recall on their website
"Dorel Juvenile is committed to manufacturing products with the highest standards for our users. Any recall is unfortunate particularly those affecting children’s products,” the company said. "We sincerely regret any inconvenience this recall may have caused you."
If you own one of these strollers, check the model numbers, as the following are affected by the recall: TR314, 01451CCYA, 01451CDGI and 01451CDGJ
The strollers were sold at Babies R Us and through a number of online retailers. The recall affects around 20,000 strollers sold in the U.S. between May 2015 and June 2016.
If you own one of the recalled strollers, contact Safety 1st to get a repair kit sent to you.