All caregivers should immediately check to be sure they’re not currently using either a Phil&Teds USA Explorer or Hammerhead Stroller since those models have recently been recalled due to potential brake failure issues. Phil&Teds USA Inc., of Fort Collins, Colorado has agreed to recall about 7,400 of these strollers in the United States and another 1,900 in Canada. Although the company has not received any American complaints, they have received reports from consumers in other countries.
The seller states that most of these metal frame strollers were sold as single strollers. However, consumers had the option to buy a “doubles kit” to turn them into double strollers. The Explorer model has three wheels while the Hammerhead strollers sports four wheels. Buyers were able to purchase the Explorer strollers in black, navy, apple green, red/black and apple green/black. The Hammerhead strollers were only sold in black. Both models feature the Phil&Teds logo on what is called the “crotch piece” of each stroller’s harness.
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