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My mother bought me a Cosco tandem stroller from Target after my 2nd daughter was born. One day, while we were taking a walk, the stroller's left back wheels just popped off. Luckily, she had saved the box, so I returned the stroller to Target, and they gave me a replacement. The model style had changed, but the price was the same. ($89.99) However, now the bars that lock in place seem to be bent, and the stroller won't open or close as normal. As I have read, several people seem to be experiencing these same problems.

I've had my Cosco stroller for about 2.5 years..... it's been really good. It was purchased at Walmart in Jan of 2003. Just today as I was walking home from school with my daughter (now nearly 3) the back wheel popped off. What i thought was popping off seemed to be a clean break with the back rod that holds the 2 back wheels..... it broke inside the wheel holder. There is no chance of fixing it, and replacing the stroller is next to not going to happen. I am a single parent and a student, i cannot afford to fork out another $180.00 for a stroller. I am unable to even find if it could be covered under warranty...... This is the best site i've found so far as to tell someone what happened....

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Cosco Umbrella Stroller, Monster Elliot


Cosco Umbria Stroller, Circus

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Cosco Lift and Stroll Convenience Stroller, Rainbow Dots

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Cosco Lift and Stroll Travel System, Pink, Butterfly Twirl

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Cosco Umbrella Stroller with Canopy, Dots

Price: $30.77

Cosco Strollers, Baby Gear | Kohl's

I've had my Cosco stroller for about 2.5 years..... it's been really good. It was purchased at Walmart in Jan of 2003. Just today as I was walking home from school with my daughter (now nearly 3) the back wheel popped off. What i thought was popping off seemed to be a clean break with the back rod that holds the 2 back wheels..... it broke inside the wheel holder. There is no chance of fixing it, and replacing the stroller is next to not going to happen. I am a single parent and a student, i cannot afford to fork out another $180.00 for a stroller. I am unable to even find if it could be covered under warranty...... This is the best site i've found so far as to tell someone what happened....

My mother bought me a Cosco tandem stroller from Target after my 2nd daughter was born. One day, while we were taking a walk, the stroller's left back wheels just popped off. Luckily, she had saved the box, so I returned the stroller to Target, and they gave me a replacement. The model style had changed, but the price was the same. ($89.99) However, now the bars that lock in place seem to be bent, and the stroller won't open or close as normal. As I have read, several people seem to be experiencing these same problems.