A small number of iCandy Peach pushchair buckles have broken during use. iCandy is offering immediate replacements to all affected customers who own the Peach 2016 model and the Peach Designer Collection Midnight Edition.
iCandy has said the likelihood of the buckle failing is low, but if it does break it can cause the crotch strap to come away from the buckle. However, the waist and shoulder harness of the iCandy Peach aren't affected by this problem, so your child shouldn't be able to move down the seat unit if this happens to your pushchair.
However there was one recently reported incident in the press where a child did move down and became tangled in the harness when the buckle broke. iCandy said that the safety and protection of all their customers and their families is central so they will act swiftly whenever they identify any potential risks for injury, even where the possibilityof an occurrence is limited.
Read on to find out more information about the problem, whether your iCandy Peach pushchair is affected and how you can get a replacement buckle.
Only a very limited number of Peach pushchairs are affected, according to iCandy. But if you own the Peach Designer Collection Midnight Edition or the 2016 Peach (batch E10799 to batch E10910), you should get in touch with the brand as soon as possible.
The batch and serial number can be found on the lower half of the frame where the basket is located. If you're unsure how to find the batch and serial number on your iCandy Peach, the pushchair brand has created a short video, below, to help parents.
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