Baby Jogger Recall For Defective Buckles (PHOTOS)

By: Bill Waters - Staff Writer
Published: Mar 3, 2021

Baby Jogger Recall. Baby Jogger has issued a voluntarily recall on certain City Mini Single and Double strollers. So far, they have not received any types of injury reports. However, they want to ensure that their consumers are safe.

Baby Jogger is currently working together with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to make this a smooth transition. The recall issue involves the stroller’s buckle, have a tendency to release when the stroller is in use. This recall is on the City Mini 67100 Strollers; the affected strollers are marked with the item number below and one of the following manufacturing date codes. The item numbers are found on the original box or on a sticker on the rear wheel crossbar.

The manufacturing code is on the outside of the original box and is engraved on the frame, on the rear wheel axle crossbar or the upright bar between the right rear wheel and the seat. Item Numbers: 67100, 67170, 67102, 67172, 67173, 67103, 67104, 67174, 67105, 67175, 67109, 67179. Manufacturing Codes: 2021.11.1 through 2021.2.28 (please note that there is no recall on strollers made after 2/28/2009).

Resolution: If you have one of these strollers, please contact either the store you purchased the stroller or Baby Jogger. They will be able to send you out replacement buckles for your stroller. Please have the model number and manufacturer date ready when you call.


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