A popular stroller manufacturer is recalling two of its models due to a safety hazard.

Bugaboo, maker of high-end strollers sold at Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Toys R Us and others, has recalled 50,000 strollers.


According to Bugaboo, users of the Donkey and Cameleon models, which average around $1,000 a piece, have not had any reported injuries. They also said,

We have learned from customer reports that under certain conditions, the white button on the carry handle may pop out when the Bugaboo Cameleon or Bugaboo Donkey bassinet/pram body is resting on the ground or is placed on an unstable surface. If the white button pops out, the carry handle may detach on one side.'

The affected serial numbers are:

Bugaboo Cameleon

  • S/N 04011090900001 to S/N 04031101009999
  • S/N 08011090900001 to S/N 08021100800386
  • S/N 140100093600531 to S/N 140103123350418

Bugaboo Donkey

  • S/N 170101105300001 to S/N 170104130900500

Replacement carry handles are available. Find out if your stroller's serial number makes you eligible for one HERE.

For more information, you can reach Bugaboo's customer service by e-mail at serviceus@bugaboo.com or call 1-800-460-2922.

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