GLOPO Recalls Children's Scooters Due to Fall Hazard

the front wheels of the scooter Could Possibly detach while riding

GLOPO Recalls Children's Scooters Due to Fall Hazard
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January 6, 2017

GLOPO has issued a recall of approximately 520 children's scooters due to the possibility of the front wheels of the scooter detaching when riding, posing a fall hazard.

This recall involves Joyrider three-wheeled scooters for children. They have a low, foot-gripping deck, multicolored handgrips, and an adjustable metal T-bar handle. The scooters are made of metal and plastic and come in a variety of colors.

The tracking label sticker can be found on the back of the scooter, with batch PO number of G20140423. Recalled model numbers are: GT5048R, GT5110R, GT5121R, GT5124R, GT5125R, GT5122R, GT5117R, GT5123R. Model numbers can be found on the bottom of the scooter base, on the receipt and on the packaging.

To date, GLOPO has received one report of the front wheels detaching from the scooter, resulting in an injury to a child who fell off the scooter.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scooters and contact GLOPO for instructions on receiving a free repair kit.

The recalled scooters were sold online from June 2014 through July 2015 for about $50.

Consumers with any additional questions or concerns about this recall can contact GLOPO at (855) 965-1704.