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Mamas & Papas, Armadillo Flip XT strollers

Date posted

The Hazard

Under certain conditions, when in the parent facing position, a latch may slip and cause the seatback to tip backwards. The seatback tip cannot occur when the infant is in the forward facing position or where a basinet attachment is used.

If the safety harness is not used or is incorrectly used, there is the potential for the infant to fall out of the stroller and be injured. No injuries have been recorded to date.

What to do

Until your stroller has been fixed, do not use it on rough terrain in the parent-facing position. Always ensure the infant is securely strapped in using the safety harness.


Owners of the Armadillo Flip XT strollers will be contacted by letter or telephone to arrange a repair of the stroller. If you are not contacted directly, please call or email childs play below to arrange a time for the fix to be applied.

Availability

Affected strollers were sold from rom September 2015 to August 2016 by the following traders:
- Nurtured
- Mummmum
- The Kids Department

Product Identifiers

Affected products:

- Model: 225920700.
- Batch/Lot Numbers: 01214 to 00416.

Supplier Contact

Child's Play Limited
Email 09-921-6580 Visit their site

Note: No injuries have been reported for the product to date

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