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The product is a Car Seat Adaptor for Single Strollers. It is manufactured by Baby Jogger. The model number is BJ90123.

It is a newer model of a product from the same manufacturer that was recalled on August 28, 2013 (Model number BJ90121, CPSC recall number 13-272).
Toys & Children
Strollers & Car Seats
Baby Strollers (1522)
The Baby Jogger Company    
Baby Jogger
BJ90123
4514690123
9/1/2012  
 
Buy Buy Baby
Unspecified
12/7/2013
The product is a Car Seat Adaptor for Single Strollers. It is manufactured by Baby Jogger. The model number is BJ90123. It is a newer model of a product from the same manufacturer that was recalled on August 28, 2013 (Model number BJ90121, CPSC recall number 13-272). Though at the time of that recall, it was noted that "Newer models have only four holes and are not being recalled," in my case the newer model has the same flaw & weakness and therefore carries the same risk.

The car seat adaptor consists of two U-shaped, black, aluminum support bars and two black plastic adaptors that allow the support bars to attach onto the stroller. The black support bars are labeled A and B. The A support bar is the larger of the two U-shaped bars and has a red plastic tip with 4 holes.

One of the red plastic tips cracked and broke, rendering the adaptor useless. This crack & break happened during first-time assembly, within minutes of removing the product's parts from their original packaging. The only pressure applied to the U-shaped bars was the pressure required to assemble the product itself. Specifically, the product cracked & broke when I was trying to connect support bar A and support bar B through the two black plastic adaptors. When pushing the right side in (so that the green button clicks), the red plastic tip on the left side cracked & broke.

The U-shaped bar cracked & broke prior to actually using the fully assembled product for its intended purpose. There were no injuries in this instance but the risk certainly existed had it been installed on the stroller.
12/7/2013
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Incident, No Injury
Self
Unspecified
Unspecified
Yes
No
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