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    • 7/27/2012
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    • 20120703-F6180-2147466034
    Incident Description: I have a 2008 G1 Orbit Stroller and G1 Toddler Seat! I put my almost 2 year old daugher in the stroller facing me & then buckle her up. She took off her shoulder strap and I just step back like 12 inches from her. She was trying to grab the cup holder and ... (More)
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    (7/27/2012) Nothing is more important to Orbit Baby than the safety of children using our products. The incident reported on the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) database involved our generation-one stroller (referred to in report as G1), which is no longer in ... (More)
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