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    • 8/12/2016
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    • 20160712-99285-2147416955
    Incident Description: The front wheel detached from the Instep jogging stroller while my child was in it. The piece connecting it to the stroller (the same piece being replaced in the current recall) was irreparably damaged and we had to replace it at a local bike shop. The adult ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (7/21/2016) Pacific Cycle is dedicated to the quality and safety of our outdoor recreation products. Following reports that some consumers have experienced issues with the front wheel coming loose on certain models of swivel wheel jogging strollers, we are working with ... (More)
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    • 11/3/2015
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    • 20151010-E5119-2147427638
    Incident Description: I was out jogging with my daughter when the front wheel came unscrewed from the stroller causing the stroller to flip over front first. My daughter was strapped in and surprisingly didn't sustain any major injuries (other than scratches on her face and legs). ... (More)
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    (10/28/2015) Dear Consumer, We are sorry to hear about your experience with our product. Our swivel strollers are not intended for use at high speeds and are designed to have the front wheel locked in place when moving faster than a normal walking pace. In 2014, warning ... (More)
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    • 11/8/2013
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    • 20131017-EA956-2147450826
    Incident Description: Our family was running in a 5k to benefit hospice and the front wheel of our instep double jogging stroller fell off causing the stroller to tip forward onto the concrete resulting in injuries to both my children and my husband. My oldest son received ... (More)
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    (10/30/2013) Dear Consumer: We are sorry to hear about your recent experience with one of our Instep swivel strollers. The swivel strollers are not intended for use at high speeds and are designed to have the front wheel locked in place when moving faster than a normal ... (More)
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    • 6/24/2013
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    • 20130531-122A9-2147455636
    Incident Description: Front wheel of stroller FELL OFF while running at top speed. Locking mechanism on stroller then immediately malfunctioned and stroller CLOSED and collapsed on 2 children, ages 3 years and 20 months. Jogger and 3 year old sustained no injuries, but 20 month ... (More)
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    (6/19/2013) We are sorry to hear about your recent experience with one of our Instep swivel jogging strollers. Your jogging stroller is equipped with a quick release front wheel and must be securely locked in place prior to each use. The quick release front wheel is a ... (More)
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    • 8/1/2012
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    • 20120710-17D3D-2147465837
    Incident Description: When stroller goes over a bump in the road, the part that opens to release the stroller, opens involuntarily. My 2 year olds upper arm got stuck and pulled in, which resulted in her having to have 5 stitches.
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    (8/1/2012) Dear Consumer, We are sorry to hear about your recent experience with one of our double jogging strollers. Based on what you describe, the latch was not fully engaged. There is a latch on each side of the stroller that needs to be properly engaged to function ... (More)
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    • 4/5/2012
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    • 20120313-2A130-2147469322
    Incident Description: InStep Safari Double Jogging Stroller Model #11-AR279 Part of the latch that holds the stroller open when not folded up broke when going over a curb (pushed down on the stroller handle to get the front wheel onto the curb, which broke the latch), causing the ... (More)
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    (4/11/2012) Dear Consumer, Thank you for your feedback regarding one of our double jogging strollers. We have investigated your issue further and wanted to share our findings. First of all, there is a latch on each side of the stroller that needs to be properly engaged ... (More)
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    • 8/23/2011
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    • 20110801-26473-2147476658
    Incident Description: I purchased a double stroller for my daughter who informed me that the buckle on child restraint of stroller does not engage properly and can be unfastened by infants.
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    (8/22/2011) Dear Consumer, Thank you for providing this information. To help us better understand your experience, our customer service department will be contacting you for more information and if necessary requesting the buckle back for evaluation. Please do not use ... (More)
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