RECALL: Jogging Strollers Sold at Target and Walmart Pose Fall Hazard to Infants

Approximately 28,000 strollers are being recalled

RECALL: Jogging Strollers Sold at Target and Walmart Pose Fall Hazard to Infants
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September 25, 2017

A serious fall hazard has prompted the recall of around 28,000 J is for Jeep-brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers.

The stroller leg bracket can break, posing a fall hazard to infants in the stroller.

Recall Details

This recall involves J is for Jeep-brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers manufactured by Delta. The strollers have two wheels in the back and one smaller wheel in the front. J is for Jeep is printed on the side of the stroller sun canopy and a star with a circle around it logo is printed on the front bottom of the seat and on the side of the stroller. The model number and lot number are printed on a Delta Children label with a blue heart at the left bottom frame support.

See a full list of affected colors, model numbers, and lot numbers.

The recalled J is for Jeep jogging strollers were sold at Target, Walmart, and other stores nationwide and Shopko stores in Wisconsin from August 2015 through August 2016 for between $130 and $160 each.

To date, there have been four reports of the stroller leg bracket breaking, including one report of a child falling from a stroller and receiving cuts and bruises.

What should consumers do?

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled strollers and contact Delta to arrange a free repair.

For further recall information, Delta can be reached at (800) 377-3777.