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    • 10/25/2012
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    • 20120829-3DFB4-1269017
    Incident Description: The consumer stated that she used the stroller as secondary. The consumer stated that she used the stroller (08/19/2012) on grass for approximately 10 hours. She stated that she noticed that after using it she noticed that the tires seemed to be lower in air ... (More)
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    (10/25/2012) Bumbleride always recommends using a handheld bike pump to inflate the tires to a maximum pressure of 35 PSI. This information is listed in the front wheel assembly manual as well as directly on the tire. This is the first instance that we have received ... (More)
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    • 11/21/2011
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    • 20111027-F565C-2147473901
    Incident Description: While taking a 9 month old (at time of accident) infant I nanny for a WALK in a Bumbleride Indie all terrain jogging stroller, the front wheel unexpectedly came off, causing the fork that holds the wheel to jam down into the pavement and the stroller rolled ... (More)
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    (11/9/2011) Bumbleride received this report on November 4, 2011. We thank the CPSC for allowing us to address this particular situation. Bumbleride has been in contact with this customer and has reviewed the stroller in accordance with the customer’s complaint. From ... (More)
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