Stroller Recalls - Stroller Recalls List

Recalls and Safety Alerts

A Graco stroller that was recently recalled.
A Graco stroller that was recently recalled.. Photo courtesy of the CPSC

Strollers are usually considered one of the essential baby products new parents must have.

From jogging strollers to more baby strollers, it is hard to get around with a baby without a stroller, especially if you have more than one child.

Since you will likely get a lot of use out of your baby stroller, you want to make sure you are using it safely, including that you are using the right stroller, have assembled the stroller properly, and that you have read the instructions carefully.

Stroller Recalls

Being aware of stroller recalls can also help you to make sure your child is safe in her stroller.

Register your stroller when you buy it or sign up for recall email alerts so that you know about any stroller recalls as soon as possible.

Recent stroller recalls include the recall of:

  • Britax Strollers (amputation hazard)
  • Musty EVO Strollers (strangulation hazard)
  • Bugaboo Cameleon and Bugaboo Donkey Model Strollers (fall hazard and choking hazard)
  • Baby Jogger City Versa Strollers (fall hazard)
  • Kolcraft Contours Tandem Strollers (fall and choking hazards)
  • Peg Perego Strollers (entrapment and strangulation hazards)
  • Kolcraft Strollers (fingertip amputation and laceration hazards)
  • Kelty Jogging Strollers (fall hazard)
  • Bumbleride Indie & Indie Twin Strollers (fall hazard)
  • Bugaboo Bee Strollers (fall hazard)
  • B.O.B. Trailers Jogging (choking hazard)
  • phil&teds Explorer and Hammerhead Strollers (brakes can fail)
  • Britax B-Nimble Strollers (brakes can fail)
  • Maclaren strollers this is a reannouncement of a previous recall of one million Maclaren strollers because there have been continued injuries since the original recall, including five additional fingertip amputations.
  • B.O.B. single and double strollers (drawstring strangulation hazard)
  • phil&teds Jogging Strollers (amputation and laceration hazard)
  • Graco Quattro and MetroLite Strollers (entrapment and strangulation hazards)
  • Valco Baby Jogging Strollers (entrapment and strangulation hazards)
  • Tike Tech Jogging Strollers (entrapment and strangulation hazards)
  • Lan Enterprises Zooper Tango Double Strollers (stroller can unexpectedly collapse)
  • Britax Umbrella Strollers (fingertip amputation and laceration hazard)
  • Regal Lager CYBEX Strollers (fingertip amputation and laceration hazard)
  • Graco's Passage, Alano and Spree Strollers (fingertip amputation and laceration hazard)
  • Maclaren Strollers (fingertip amputation and laceration hazard)

If you have a recalled stroller, you should stop using it can be made safe, usually with a free repair kit from the manufacturer.

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