Millions of baby strollers have been recalled this year. Even though most stores generally remove recalled items from their shelves quickly, some stores are slower to respond to recalls. Also, some strollers may have been recalled from store shelves long ago – while many thousands still remain in circulation via yard sales, privately purchased on sites like CraigsList, as well has hand-me-downs given by friends, relatives and non-profits who were never notified of the recall.
Below is a list of strollers that have been recalled this year:
- Graco Quattro Tour and Metrolight Strollers and Travel Systems:
Two-Million recalled due to entrapment and strangulation hazards
- Valco Baby Tri Mode Single and Twin Jogging Strollers
Twelve-Thousand recalled due to strangulation hazards
- Tike Tech Jogging Strollers
800 recalled due to strangulation hazards
- Zooper Tango Double Strollers
Over three-thousand recalled due to collapse hazards
- Blink Umbrella Strollers from Britax
Fourteen-Thousand recalled due to fingertip amputation hazards
- CYBEX Ruby, Onyx and Topaz Strollers
Over one-thousand recalled due to fingertip amputation hazards
- Graco Passage, Alano and Spree strollers
Over one-million recalled due to fingertip amputation and laceration hazards.
To see strollers that were recalled in previous years, search the US Recall News database of Recalled Strollers. US Recall News also posts updates on recalled toys, drug recalls, food recalls and more. You can also contact the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to ask about a stroller you own or plan on buying.