Recall: Graco strollers - Fingertip amputation hazard

Recall: Graco strollers - Fingertip amputation hazard

Find out what to do if you currently own the affected models of Graco stroller.

Over the past week, Graco issued a worldwide voluntary recall of selected stroller models as the folding hinges can pinch a child’s finger, which poses a laceration or amputation hazard.

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Baby product recall: Graco strollers recalled due to fingertip amputation hazard.

The following are the affected models and serial numbers of the strollers that were sold between May and November 2014 by local distributor Puku Singapore:

  • Literider Zuba (6M05ZBA3)
  • Littered Little Hoot (6M05LHT3)

What to do:

If you are currently using any of the affected models of Graco strollers, you are advised to stop using it and contact Puku Singapore at 6570 0987 to request for a replacement kit.

For more information please visit Graco’s website.

Want to make sure that the products that you have at home are safe for your baby? Look out for our baby product recall articles!



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Written by

Justina Goh

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