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Mommy Alert! Stokke Stroller Recall

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, and Stokke, LLC announced a voluntary recall of 2,000 Xplory Baby Strollers sold between September 2003 and December 2006 for about $770 due to a safety hazard.

A bolt that attaches the front wheel can loosen or come off and pose a falling hazard to children. Thus far, 14 incidents have been reported in the U.S, and an additional 224 internationally. Luckily, the extent of injury was a scratch on the head. The press release said:

"Only Xplory baby strollers with serial numbers between 1 and 28,097 and with grey handles are included in the recall. The serial number is located under the foot plate. Strollers with white handles are not included in this recall."

If you have a recalled stroller, contact Stokke for a wheel replacement kit.

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veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
thats weird haha
veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
thats weird haha
SweetDream SweetDream 8 years
Well peepshow, just because it cost $770 to buy it does not mean it costs anywhere near that to make it, you're basically paying for the name and look- which is awful for the parents who want to get the best for their baby.
peepshow peepshow 8 years
Wow... you'd think for $770 you'd get a quality stroller. Mwah ha ha.
peepshow peepshow 8 years
Wow... you'd think for $770 you'd get a quality stroller.Mwah ha ha.
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 8 years
I really wanted one of these when our son was born but my husband said it looked dangerous. Definitely won't be showing him this post. :D
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