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    • 4/11/2018
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    • 20180113-0A34C-2147393730
    Incident Description: We were Christmas shopping at the Florida Mall Orlando. When the qbit stroller suddenly collapsed. My 24 month old baby was crushed and I bruised my knee as I fell. My baby was frightened and crying. And I was humiliated and embarrassed in a crowded mall.
    Business Comments:
    (4/13/2018) The Qbit stroller was recalled on December 20, 2016, for the issue described by this consumer. Aria Child will reach out to this consumer and ensure that the consumer has the opportunity to receive the replacement stroller remedy.
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    • 3/12/2018
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    • 20180214-CA829-2147392920
    Incident Description: I have had the qbit stroller since 2016 and have never had a problem until this one incident. As I was opening the stroller this particular time, my hand was injured. The fleshy area between the thumb and index finger on my left hand was clamped shut in the ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/7/2018) This product was recalled in December 2016 for the issue raised by this consumer. Indeed, the consumer has participated in the recall.
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    • 11/17/2017
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    • 20171025-D4C2A-2147396458
    Incident Description: Stroller collapsed multiple times while child was in it. Child received lacerations and is now afraid to sit in stroller. I also received cuts as well.
    Business Comments:
    (12/11/2017) This product was recalled on 12/20/16 for the issue raised by this consumer. The company will contact the consumer to ensure registration for the recall.
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    • 11/6/2017
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    • 20171015-B73BA-2147396774
    Incident Description: Placed our daughter in her GB Qbit Stroller, buckled her in, turned away and the stroller collapsed on her. Mild bump on the head but mostly just upset as she was frightened. Looked up the product online and found out that it had been recalled. We will not be ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (10/31/2017) As the consumer stated, the Aria Child Qbit was recalled in December 2016 because it was inadvertently folding during use. The consumer contacted the company online to receive her replacement stroller.
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    • 5/4/2017
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    • 20170412-7C082-2147404456
    Incident Description: I went to use our Urbini Omni on Monday April 10 and notice that part of the toddler seat the seam has come undone from the frame. About 8 inches of it has come unraveled. This can create a fall hazard as the seat can be a toddler seat or bassinet for an ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (4/20/2017) The Omni stroller meets or exceeds all applicable government safety standards in ASTM F833, including those for seam strength on the soft goods of the stroller and would not anticipate this result through normal wear and tear on the unit. In any event, this ... (More)
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    • 3/24/2017
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    • 20170302-640A4-2147405528
    Incident Description: On November 1, 2016 my husband went out to our garage to put our gb Qbit stroller in our van. He proceeded to fold down the stroller and it pinched his right hand in between his thumb and index finger. The cut looked bad and I thought he might need stitches, ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/20/2017) The Qbit stroller was recalled on December 20, 2016, in connection with a pinching hazard as described by this consumer. More information on the recall can be found at http://ariachildsafety.com. Aria Child reached out to this consumer after learning of this ... (More)
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    • 2/1/2017
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    • 20161227-956DE-2147408842
    Incident Description: My 20 month old 29lb daughter was strapped into her stroller and leaned forward reaching for something and the stroller flipped forward/sideways on her. She hit her FACE on the concrete and received cuts on her face!!
    Business Comments:
    (1/19/2017) As verified by an independent third-party laboratory, the Qbit stroller fully complied with all of the stability requirements of ASTM F833-15 when used in accordance with the product instructions and warnings. While the recent recall of the Qbit stroller is ... (More)
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    • 1/17/2017
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    • 20161221-FDB15-2147409073
    Incident Description: I own an Aria Child Qbit stroller. it has collapsed multiple times w/ my child in it. I reported this to the manufacturer months ago.
    Business Comments:
    (1/3/2017) Aria Child, Inc. announced a voluntary recall on December 20, 2016, of the Qbit stroller in connection with two issues: (1) inadvertent folding during use, and (2) pinching in the hinge area. The company encourages this consumer to register for the recall at ... (More)
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    • 11/19/2014
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    • 20141026-49EDB-2147439597
    Incident Description: To whom it may concern, Below is the email detailing the defect with their stroller, I sent the company GB an email to info@gbchildusa.com in regards to their GB Ellum Stroller on Sunday, 26 October 2014: We recently purchased a brand new GB Ellum ... (More)
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