On Dec. 7, 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Bugaboo’s Dragonfly Seat strollers due to a risk of injury to children.
According to the CPSC, if the stroller is in “parent-facing” mode, the backrest of the stroller can set the infant on a negative recline. If a child is unrestrained, they could fall out of their seat and sustain injuries.
Bugaboo received one report in the U.S. of the stroller’s backrest moving downward during use, and seven reports in South Korea.
Approximately 1,000 strollers have been recalled, with an additional 200 in Canada.
What models are included in the stroller recall?
The recall affects only the seat that is sold with the Bugaboo Dragonfly Seat strollers, and with the following serial numbers. Serial numbers are located on a label underneath the seat.
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled strollers immediately.
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