The John Lewis 2-in1 Pushchair and Carrycot has been recalled because of a risk of tipping, which could cause a small child to fall out and injure themselves.
Due to the potential risk, the product doesn't meet the requirements of the General Product Safety Regulations 2005.
Read on for more details on what to do if you own this pushchair.
This product recall affects two John Lewis pushchair models, purchased between 1 November 2021 and 13 May 2022:
According to the recall notice on the John Lewis website, a tipping issue with the carrycot could result in a child falling out and injuring themselves.
We also identified an issue with the pushchair’s fold locking mechanism. The triggers to operate it don’t automatically re-engage, which means the pushchair could fold with your child in it if you accidentally caught the triggers.
Anyone who owns one of these pushchairs should stop using the product immediately and return it to their local John Lewis store for an exchange or full refund.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with John Lewis directly on 01698 545 009 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
A John Lewis spokesperson told us:
"We’re proud to be trusted by parents and, in the small number of cases that we have concerns about products, we’ll issue recalls as a precautionary measure.
"As soon as we became aware of this issue with the pushchair, we contacted customers and asked them to return the product. We’re really sorry for the inconvenience, and are offering replacements."
The John Lewis 2-in-1 Pushchair and Carrycot isn't the only product the retailer has recalled this year.
Our expert tests covering the found that the small plastic tray caps could come loose and pose a choking risk to your baby or child. The results of our investigation led to the highchair being removed from sale in April 2022.