But, what exactly is the reason for this J is For Jeep Jogging Stroller Recall?
Which Jeep Jogging Strollers are affected?
If your child uses one these recalled Jeep Jogging Strollers, what should you do about it?
J is For Jeep Jogging Strollers – The Problem?
Delta Children’s decision to recall 28,000 of its Jogging Strollers was made upon discovering that there was a potentially very serious defect in the stroller leg brackets. In short, it was found that they were vulnerable to breaking in use, which presented a risk that your child would fall from the stroller as a result.
Prior to making the recall decision, there had been 4 reported incidents in which the stroller leg supports had broken. Although no children suffered serious injuries, one child did suffer cuts and bruises as a result.
Obviously, if this defect were to go un-repaired there is risk that a child could suffer much more serious injuries than simply cuts and bruises and so this recall notice should not be ignored by owners of these strollers.
J is For Jeep Jogging Strollers – Affected Products?
There are thought to be about 28,000 affected strollers, all of which were sold from various retail outlets in the US between approximately August 2015 and August 2016.
You can find a list of the affected seats on the CSPC website.
What Should You Do?
If your child uses one of the affected J For Jeep Jogging Strollers, what should you do about it?
The advice provided by Delta Children is that you should immediately stop using the affected stroller until the defect has been repaired free of charge.
The easiest way to arrange for your free repair is to contact Delta Children directly as follows:
- Call 800-377-3777
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit the Delta Children website (Recall Center)
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