“sport v2″ and “classic v1″ Strollers by phil&teds
Joint Recall with phil&teds, Health Canada, and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC)
Full Product Description
This recall involves phil&teds “sport v2″ and “classic v1″ strollers, which are foldable and have 3 wheels.
- Sport v2 strollers have “SPv2″ printed on the wrist safety strap attached to the stroller handle. They can be identified by serial numbers between 0308/0001 and 0510/0840.
- Classic v1 strollers have “E3C” printed on the wrist safety strap attached to the stroller handle. They can be identified by serial numbers between 0308/0001 and 0510/0906.
This recall does not affect sport v1, classic v2, dash, hammerhead, explorer or vibe inline buggies.
The stroller’s hinge mechanism poses a potential fingertip amputation and laceration hazard to the child or adult when the consumer is folding and unfolding the stroller.
phil&teds has received 3 reports in the United States of parents catching their fingers in the main hinge of their strollers. Worldwide, there have been an additional 6 reports of incidents.
Neither Health Canada nor phil&teds has received any reports of incidents or injuries in Canada.
For more safety tips, visit Health Canada’s publication on Strollers and Carriages.
Consumers should use caution when opening or closing the stroller. Consumers are instructed to contact phil&teds to receive a free hinge cover.
For more information, consumers may contact phil&teds at 1-877-432-1642 or by visiting phil&teds recall website.
Consumers may view the release by the US CPSC on the Commission’s website.
Approximately 7,251 of the recalled strollers were sold at specialty children’s stores and online in Canada.
Approximately 22,000 were sold in the United States.
Time Period Sold
The recalled products were sold from April 2008 to January 2011.
Manufactured in China.
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