Health Canada is recalling Bugaboo strollers


Health Canada has issued a recall of several stroller seats sold in Canada due to a safety concern.

On Thursday, the agency issued a recall notice for 169 of Bugaboo’s Dragonfly stroller seats, which were made in China, which may pose a risk of injury to children. The recall does not cover the stroller’s base or optional bassinet.

The recalled seats were sold in various colours in Canada from May to June 15 of this year. Health Canada has urged consumers to discontinue use of the affected products immediately and contact Bugaboo for a replacement. Customers can check their product’s serial number by entering it on the Bugaboo link listed below, provided by the company. As of December 5, the company has not reported any injuries in Canada.

According to Health Canada, when the bugaboo dragonfly stroller is folded with the seat in ‘parent-facing’ position and the seat backrest is pulled straight into a horizontal position instead of the fully upright position, the seat backrest may not be securely fastened and may move past the intended stopping point, posing an injury risk to unharnessed children.

The bugaboo Dragonfly stroller recall is not restricted to Canada. In the United States, Health Canada said that over 1,000 of its recalled seats were sold in the country, and a customer reported that while seating children, the backrest of one of the seats moved beyond its intended stopping point.

Consumers can check to see if their unit is included in the recall by checking the serial number at


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