iCandy World Children’s Strollers Recalled Due to Strangulation Hazard
iCandy World has issued a recall of its Cherry model strollers due to a defect in the design of the stroller, which could pose a strangulation risk for young children. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the opening between the stroller’s bumper bar and seat bottom may allow an infant’s body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck, posing a strangulation hazard to children who are not harnessed. If your child has suffered serious injuries while using an iCandy World stroller or another potentially dangerous children’s product, contact our reputable attorneys at AMA Law to discuss your legal options. You may have grounds to file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturing company, in order to pursue financial compensation for your child’s injuries.
STROLLERS MODELS AFFECTED BY RECALL
The stroller recall affects the iCandy Cherry stroller in the colors Liquorice (red and black) and Fudge (light-medium brown). The recalled strollers were manufactured in China by iCandy World Ltd. of Bedfordshire, UK, and imported by iCandy America Inc. of Brooklyn, NY. The children’s products were sold at Buy Buy Baby and other juvenile product stores across the country, as well as online at www.buybuybaby.com and other online retailers, from October 2009 through December 2012, for about $400.
The iCandy stroller system has a telescopic folding frame where a bassinet, seat or infant carrier car seat can be placed. The seat unit features three recline positions, a 5-point safety harness, an adjustable footrest, a removable bumper bar and a removable canopy. There is a printed white cherry logo on the rear of the stroller’s seat unit, and a label found under the basket fabric on the frame tubing that supports the lower basket will include information on the following recalled models:
Batch No. Cherry Stroller Color Serial Number
U10001169 Fudge (IW119) 1-500
U10002170 Liquorice (IW124) 501-1000
U10014182 Liquorice (IW124) 1001-1500
U10013181 Fudge (IW119) 1501-2000
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To date, there have been no child injuries reported in connection with the defective strollers. However, the CPSC recommends that consumers in possession of a recalled iCandy World stroller immediately remove the bumper bar from the strollers and contact iCandy America Inc. for a free replacement bumper bar. If you own an iCandy World stroller and your child has suffered injury or death while using the potentially defective product, consult our qualified lawyers at AMA Law as soon as possible. Our legal team has years of experience protecting the rights of individuals who have been harmed while using a consumer product, and will work diligently to help you seek fair and timely reimbursement for your losses.