A subtle reminder to parents who purchased an older UPPABaby RumbleSeat, please check the adaptor accessories – you could be avoiding a potential crushing accident.

UPPABaby issued a recall last year regarding their RumbleSeat as the adaptors used to attach the seat to the stroller frame, converting it from a single stroller to a double in-line stroller can become detached and pose a serious safety risk.

Consumers who own a RumbleSeat (Model #0191) – manufactured between September 2014 and December 2016 – are urged to stop using the product. Don’t worry, you WILL be provided with a repair kit of replacement RumbleSeat adaptors!


UPPAbaby RumbleSeat safety recall – what you need to know

Product affected: UPPAbaby RumbleSeat (Model #0191) manufactured between September 2014 – December 2016.

Problem: The RumbleSeat with the recalled adaptors can become detached from the stroller frame when not properly installed or if a child sitting in the stroller kicks off the RumbleSeat. This presents a fall hazard to the occupant.

Hazard: Children can become injured by falling or crushing if the RumbleSeat detaches.

What to do if you have this model RumbleSeat: Firstly, stop using the product immediately. Secondly, head on over to UPPAbaby, fill out the online form and you will receive a repair kit of replacement RumbleSeat Accessory adaptors.

UPPAbaby RumbleSeat recall
Source: UPPAbaby

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