CNP has issued a recall on three of their Childcare Strollers models due to an axle fault, which could potentially snap under duress.

“After receiving feedback from a very small number of customers, and in consultation with our manufacturing team, we identified a quality fault in a small number of our Childcare stroller models.” CNP Brands say in a statement on their website.

While CNP Brands state that there is a possibility the stroller axle could snap under duress, they also say “there is no suggestion that the axle will break under normal use”.

Thankfully, CNP Brands are straight on to issuing the recall and report that there have been no injuries reported as a result of the fault.

The recall applies to models of CNP Brand Childcare strollers sold between 30th of September, 2019 and 21st of February 2020.

The strollers affected are the Childcare Stroller Grey, sold through Kmart and the Childcare Soho Stroller Black and Childcare Zeke Stroller Navy, sold at Target. Look for the model and PO/batch number on your stroller frame.

CNP Childcare stroller recall
Check the stroller frame for model and batch details.

See the details below on each model:

Childcare Stroller Grey

  • Model #015264-314
  • PO #17346876 and PO #17346881
  • Sold exclusively at Kmart stores nationally and in New Zealand from 30th September 2019 to 21st February 2020

Childcare Soho Stroller Black

  • Model #015260-002
  • PO #TA-1988600, TA-199333 and TA-1993323
  • Sold exclusively at Target stores nationally from 30th September 2019 to 21st February 2020

Childcare Zeke Stroller Navy

  • Model #013523-001
  • PO #TA-1988600 and TA-1993331
  • Sold exclusively at Target stores nationally from 30th September 2019 to 21st February 2020

If your Childcare stroller is one of the affected models, parents are advised to stop using the stroller immediately. Contact CNP Brands to arrange a replacement axle/wheel set to be sent to you via Express Post at no charge. Parents can contact CNP Brands via their website.

    

    

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