A popular stroller has been recalled over fears a child could lose a finger in the brake disc.

The RIDGE Model 0401 all-terrain jogging stroller manufactured between October last year and August this year has a hole in the brake disc large enough to catch the finger of a child, Product Safety said in a statement.

“A child not seated in the stroller could insert their finger in the brake disc which may lead to an amputation injury,” the statement read.

The stroller has a disc brake which could catch a child's finger.
The stroller has a disc brake which could catch a child’s finger. (Product Safety)

Owners of the stroller will be supplied with a replacement set of discs, as well as comprehensive instructions on how to change them.

“The process is very quick and easy,” the statement read.

The supplier, Coolkidz Australia, should be contacted if any assistance is required.

The stroller was sold nationally between October last year and November 9 this year.

They were sold at Baby Bunting as well as a range of independent baby stores.

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