Important safety message on the voluntary recall issued by Peg Perego USA regarding old Pliko P3 and Venezia strollers, manufactured from 2004 through September 2007 only for US market.
This recall involves strollers produced before 2007 and sold only in the US market, complying with the safety standards in place at the time, now obsolete.
The P3 strollers recalled in the USA differ from the ones distributed in Europe and all over the world as they are equipped with a special child tray.
Venezia strollers, even if similar to the ones recalled in the USA, fully comply with the current standards of the countries in which they are distributed.
In any case, if the strollers are properly used, i.e. fastening the safety belts, there is no risk of similar incidents.
We invite our customers to always use the safety harness, as explained on the product itself and in the respective Use and Care manual, and never leave the child unattended.
This voluntary recall in the USA is in response to an incident happened in 2004. Only in July 2010 Peg Perego was notified of this incident. Once notified Peg Perego co-operated with the Consumer Product Safety Commission in order to determine the proper course of action: as a result, Peg Perego is offering to the USA consumer a free additional safety device to be attached to the recalled strollers.
At Peg Perego, child’s safety is our top priority, that is why we wanted to inform our American customers about a potential risk if the strollers are not properly used, that is without fastening the safety harness.
Peg Perego S.p.A.