BOB Handlebar Wrist Strap Buckle (male) for all BOB Strollers 2011 and newer. Red Male Buckle Only. Wrist strap not available for replacement.
For replacement instructions, please contact BOB directly, as there is no easy way to install this part.
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We got a used bob stroller the handlebar buckle was broken. At first did not know how it worked so I just left it missing. After having to take out stroller apart to wash (don’t wash it in hot water) I looked for various videos on how to put the stroller back together ( it was hard to find a good one) As I watched the videos I figured out what we were missing. Ordered the male part of the buckle. Now we can close the stroller. Also bought the food trail just after we got the stroller. The parts fit well.
Expensive for a piece of plastic especially when you include shipping. However, this part worked as advertised and isn't readily available elsewhere. Pro tip: This repair can be completed without any sewing. I could not easily remove the old buckle from the handlebar strap, so I took a picture (for reference) and cut the buckle in half with tin snips. To my surprise, I was able to feed the strap through the new buckle without too much effort. Just be sure to feed the strap through correctly the first time or you'll be ordering another buckle!
The clip works fine, got here quickly but $20 for the clip and $10 for shipping is RIDICULOUS.
Our plastic buckle broke (male). Bought this and could easily slide new buckle on original strap. I also see that ordering this kit would fix most issues you may have with the complete strap.
This stroller is a 2009 model and the parts I need are no longer in stock. But the very knowledgeable customer service representative was able to look at the old and new stroller manuals and help me locate an equivalent, currently sold part. She explained what would be different: new part screws onto axle and discussed "work arounds" for my situation. Sewing it on worked well .
This set is terrible. There in no way to attach the strap. One part of the strap can’t attach to the handle beacause it stitched together. There is no way to get on the handle bar. The bottom part of the strap which goes under the stroller has two brass circle pieces which don’t have a connector piece. So I don’t how this would work for the stroller. I actually had to cut of the red clamp piece and then slide it over my old strap. Luckily that was the only piece that was broken. If it was the bottom it would have been useless and I wouldn’t have been able to fix that piece. I think they should reconfigure this piece so it can be attached easily. Very poor design. I would not recommend.