Friday, January 21st, 2011
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada announced today that phil&teds USA is recalling nearly 30,000 jogging strollers after three serious injuries, including a finger that was cut off, reports Consumer Ally on WalletPop.com.
According to Mitch Lipka at Consumer Ally, “the CPSC said when someone is opening or closing the phil&teds strollers they can get a finger caught in the hinge.”
The recall includes the sport v2 and classic v1 models that were sold from from May 2008 through July 2010 for $350-$450.
For more important details on this story, including what to do if you’ve purchased one of the recalled strollers, see Mitch Lipka’s full Consumer Ally report. Be sure to keep up with the very latest on recalls with our helpful Recall Finder on Parents.com.Add a Comment