Bugaboo has issued brake brackets for all Bugaboo Bee pushchairs purchased before May 2009 because of a fault with the popular model.
Bugaboo issued the brake brackets after several owners complained about a fault with the brakes on the Bee.
A spokesperson for Bugaboo told Which? that the company had received no reports of injuries resulting from the fault.
To find out how the Bugaboo Bee performed in extensive, independent Which? tests read our full pushchairs review.
Bugaboo Bee brakes
From May 2009, all Bugaboo Bee pushchairs were sold with the new brake brackets in place.
If you have an older Bugaboo Bee, you can get the brackets for free by contacting Bugaboo, or you can contact the store where you bought your Bugaboo Bee.
Which? tests pushchairs extensively. To find out which ones were good enough to be Which? Best Buy pushchairs, see our full pushchairs review.
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