Product Safety Australia has issued recall notices for three baby strollers, sold through three different eBay outlets.
Find out which products have been recalled and what has prompted the safety concerns.
Which baby strollers have been recalled?
Three baby strollers, all sold nationwide via eBay sellers, have been recalled.
The compact lightweight baby stroller, sold online via eBay seller au_goodseller from August 20, 2018 until January 14, 2019, has been recalled.
The foldable baby stroller, sold online via eBay seller Crazybargainstore between July 10, 2018 and March 13, 2019, has been recalled.
And the 8-in-1 newborn baby stroller, sold online via eBay seller lightinthehouse0 between January 24, 2018 and May 24, 2019, has been recalled.
What are the defects?
According to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC), the strollers do not comply with the mandatory standard ‘Competition and Consumer Act 2010 – Consumer Protection Notice No. 8 of 2007 – Consumer Product Safety Standard for Prams and Strollers’.
In layman terms, the strollers do not have a red parking brake actuator and the safety warnings and manufacturer labels are missing or insufficient.
Because of the insufficient labelling and missing safety features, the products may pose a risk of injury to a child.
What action should you take?
Consumers are advised to stop using the product and contact the eBay store from which the item was bought for a full refund, including the original shipping cost.
You can message the seller via the eBay Message Centre, or contact the relevant seller directly.