Popular stroller maker Peg Perego has issued a recall for 223,000 of it’s strollers. The strollers included in the recall include Venezia and Pliko-P3 strollers in various colors, made between January 2004 and September 2007.
The strollers are being recalled due to the potential for entrapment and strangulation, especially to infants younger than 12 months, when a child is not harnessed and left unattended.
Below are the model numbers effected by the product recall:
IPFR28US34xxxxxxxx IPPF28NA32 IPVA13MU09
IPFT28NA63 IPPF28NA57 IPVA13MU10
IPFT28NA64 IPPF28NA65 IPVA13US09
IPP328MU10 IPPF28NA66 IPVA13US10
IPP328MU09 IPPF28NA67 IPVA13US32
IPP328US09 IPPF28NA68 IPVA13US34
IPP328US10 IPPO28US32 IPVC13NA32
IPP329US10 IPPO28US34 IPVC13NA34
IPPA28US32 IPPO28US62 IPPA28US33
IPPO28US69 IPPA28US34 IPPO28US70
If you have a Peg Perego stroller affected by the recall, contact Peg Perego for a free Passive Containment Bib (repair kit) at (888) 734-6020 or at pegperegousa.com/babyproducts-site/recall-notice.
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