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CPSC-Recalled Toys

10/20/16-10/5/17
Last updated: 11/21/2017

Halloween LED Gel Clings

Distributor: Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn.
Original Dates of Sale: August 2016 through September 2016
Original Price before Recall: $1
Why Toy is a Hazard: The gel clings can separate and expose the inner decal and LED/button battery compartment, posing choking and button battery ingestion hazards to children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately remove the recalled gel clings from areas with children and return them to any Target store for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: Model number 234-25-0904 is printed on the gel cling’s packaging.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 10/20/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 127,000
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Peg Perego’s 850 Polaris Sportsman Ride-on Vehicle

Importer: Peg Perego USA, of Fort Wayne, Ind.
Original Dates of Sale: October 2014 through April 2016
Original Price before Recall: $500 - $600
Why Toy is a Hazard: A relay on the circuit board can fail, causing the vehicle’s motor to overheat and ignite, posing fire and burn hazards.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop children from using the recalled toy vehicles and contact Peg Perego to receive a free replacement circuit board with instructions, including shipping. Consumers can also access the installation instructions on the firm’s website. Peg Perego is contacting known customers directly.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Peg Perego’s 850 Polaris Sportsman ride-on, 24-volt battery operated toy vehicles intended for children ages 5 to 7 years. The ATV-style vehicles for two people are silver, red and black and have four wheels, a flip-up backrest for the back passenger and a front and rear luggage rack. Vehicles with date codes 651016, 651017, 651020, 651021, 651022, 651023, 651024, 651027, 651028, 651029, 651030, 660304, 660305, 661123, 661124, 661125 and 661130 are included in this recall. The date code can be found underneath the vehicle seat. Sportsman Twin and 850 EFI appear on the side of the ride-on vehicle and Polaris appears on the side of the vehicle’s seat.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 10/27/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 3,000
Incidents/Injuries: Peg Perego has received three reports of the children’s ride-on toy vehicles overheating, including one report of a burn.

 

Lexibook Baby Bath Seats and Chairs

Distributor: Lexibook S.A., of France
Original Dates of Sale: January 2013 through August 2016
Original Price before Recall: $30 - $60
Why Toy is a Hazard: The bath seats/chairs fail to meet the federal safety standard, including requirements for stability and the bath seats can tip over while a baby is in it, posing a drowning hazard to babies.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled baby bath seats and contact the online retailer where it was purchased for return instructions and to receive a full refund, or a refund in the form of a store credit or gift card, depending on the online retailer. All known purchasers will be contacted directly about the recall.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall includes all Lexibook Baby Bath Seats and Chairs. The plastic baby bath seats/chairs are intended for children 6 months and up. They have a plastic base with suction cups on the bottom, a back/arm support and a toy tray. “Lexibook” is stamped on the back/arm support. “Made in China” and “2014 Lexibook Limited IT028/IT029 SN: 1407/VA09” are stamped on the bottom of the base. They were sold in a variety of colors.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 12/1/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 7,000
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Orbit Self-balancing Scooters/Hoverboards

Distributor: World Trading, of Valencia, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: Dec-15
Original Price before Recall: $300
Why Toy is a Hazard: The lithium-ion battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a risk of smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled products and contact World Trading to exchange their hoverboard for a free UL-certified replacement hoverboard.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Orbit brand self-balancing scooters/hoverboards. The hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium ion battery packs. Orbit brand hoverboards were sold in the following six colors: black, blue, gold, green, red and white. “Orbit” is printed on a black sticker on the underside of the hoverboard.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 12/13/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 1,900
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Bump 'N Go Walking Egg Laying Chicken with Light, Sound and Music

Importer: Bingo Deals
Original Dates of Sale: July 2015 through June 2016
Original Price before Recall: $20
Why Toy is a Hazard: The toys contain small eggs and the chicken can break into small plastic pieces, both of which pose a choking hazard to children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the chicken toy and eggs away from children and contact Bingo Deals for a full refund. Bingo Deals is contacting consumers who bought the toy directly.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the Bump 'N Go Walking Egg Laying Chicken with light, sound and music. The battery-powered plastic toy is a yellow chicken with an orange head and orange wings. The chicken toy includes three white plastic eggs that are placed into the back of the chicken and then released from the bottom. The chicken measures 7 inches wide by 6 inches tall by 7 inches deep. The eggs measure one inch wide by one inch tall by one inch deep. “QQ Chicken” is printed on the wing. A small yellow chicken sits on the chicken’s back.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 12/13/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 2,700
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Joyrider Three-Wheeled Scooters

Importer: Glopo Inc, South El Monte, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: June 2014 through January 2016
Original Price before Recall: $50 - $80
Why Toy is a Hazard: The front wheels of the children’s scooter can detach when riding, posing a fall hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using recalled scooters and contact GLOPO for instructions on receiving a free repair kit.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Joyrider three-wheeled scooters for children. They have a low, foot-gripping deck, multicolored handgrips, and an adjustable metal T-bar handle. The scooters are made of metal and plastic and come in a variety of colors. The tracking label sticker can be found on the back of the scooter, with batch PO number of G20140423. Recalled model numbers are: GT5048R, GT5110R, GT5121R, GT5124R, GT5125R, GT5122R, GT5117R, GT5123R. Model numbers can be found on the bottom of the scooter base, on the receipt and on the packaging.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 12/29/2016
Number of Units Recalled: 520
Incidents/Injuries: GLOPO has received one report of the front wheels detaching from the scooter, resulting in an injury to a child who fell off the scooter.

 

2nd Generation Boosted Dual+ electric skateboards with lithium ion battery packs

Importer: Boosted Inc., of Mountain View, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: September 2016 through November 2016
Original Price before Recall: $1,500
Why Toy is a Hazard: The lithium ion battery pack of the electric-powered skateboards can overheat and smoke, posing a fire hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled skateboards and contact Boosted for a free replacement battery pack.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves 2nd Generation Boosted Dual+ electric skateboards with lithium ion battery packs. “Boosted” is printed on the wooden skateboards. Serial numbers that start with S2634 through S2644 are located on a white sticker on the bottom of the boards. The battery packs were sold as original equipment with the skateboards and are attached to the bottom of the board in a black thermoplastic enclosure. Model number B2SR and “Boosted Lithium” are printed on the battery pack. The battery packs have an orange power button.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 1/12/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 3,200
Incidents/Injuries: Boosted has received two reports of the battery packs overheating and smoking. No injuries have been reported.

 

RH Baby & Child Vintage Race Car Mobiles

Importer: Restoration Hardware (RH), of Corte Madera, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: October 2014 through October 2016
Original Price before Recall: $50
Why Toy is a Hazard: The wheels on the mobile’s hanging cars can detach and fall, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled mobiles, place away from children and contact RH Baby & Child for a full refund. The firm is contacting purchasers of the product directly.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves RH Baby & Child vintage race car mobiles. The recalled mobiles are used as decorative items that hang from the ceiling. The mobiles contain six wooden cars in various colors with spinning axles and wooden wheels attached to the axles.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 1/17/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 1,000
Incidents/Injuries: RH has received one report of a wheel detaching from the mobile. No injuries have been reported.

 

Pulse Safe Start Transform Electric Scooters

Importer: Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn.
Original Dates of Sale: October 2016 through November 2016
Original Price before Recall: $100
Why Toy is a Hazard: The knuckle that joins the wheel of the children’s electric scooters to the axle can break, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled scooters away from children and contact Pulse Performance Products for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Pulse Safe Start Transform electric scooters for children with manufacturing date codes between September 10, 2016 and October 11, 2016. The date code is printed on a label located under the platform in format XX(month)/XX(day)/2016 – 066QY. The scooters were sold in blue and have two wheels in front and one in the rear.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 1/24/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 8,900
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Happy Holidays! Mickey Mouse Nightlight

Importer: Disney Destinations, LLC, d/b/a Disney Theme Park Merchandise, of Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Original Dates of Sale: July 2016 through November 2016
Original Price before Recall: $15
Why Toy is a Hazard: Liquid from the nightlight can leak onto the electrical outlet, posing a fire hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled nightlights and contact Walt Disney Parks and Resorts US, Inc. for instructions on returning them for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the Happy Holidays! Mickey Mouse Nightlight with a Mickey Mouse face and red and white Santa hat filled with liquid and glitter. The date code FAC # 019808-16150 is printed on the bottom rear of the nightlight. The UPC code, 400009489637, is printed on a sticker on the bottom of the product packaging.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 2/2/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 3,000
Incidents/Injuries: Walt Disney Parks and Resorts have received two reports of incidents, including one electrical fire. No injuries have been reported.

 

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Light-spinner Wands

Importer: Feld Entertainment Inc., of Vienna, Va.
Original Dates of Sale: October 2016 through November 2016
Original Price before Recall: $22
Why Toy is a Hazard: The top component of the light-spinner toy wands can detach and expose an 8-inch metal rod, posing an injury hazard to young children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled wands and contact Feld Entertainment to receive a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves light-spinner wands with lot numbers 954544 and 954603 imprinted on the bottom of the toy. The light-spinner wands have either Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse at the top. The Mickey Mouse wands are yellow, red and black. The Minnie Mouse wands are pink, white and blue. The wands measure about 18 inches tall.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 2/9/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 30,100
Incidents/Injuries: None reported

 

Little Live Pets Lil Frog and Lil Frog Lily Pad toys

Importer: Regal Logistics, of Fife, Wash.
Manufacturer: Moose Toys Proprietary Ltd., of Australia
Original Price before Recall August 2016 through February 2017
Original Price before Recall: $15 - $25
Why Toy is a Hazard: When the button batteries are removed from the toy frogs, the battery’s cap can become a projectile and the battery’s chemicals can leak, posing chemical and injury hazards.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the toy frogs, refrain from opening the battery compartment and contact Moose Toys for a free replacement Little Live Pet product.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the Little Live Pets Lil Frog plastic toys. They operate with four button batteries and jump. Little Live Pets Lil Frog has SKU: 28217 and Lil Frog Lily Pad has SKU: 28218 printed on the frog’s lower belly near its left thigh with a manufacture date code under it. The date code range is WS112016 to WS123216. The toy frogs were sold in pink, blue and green colors.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 2/22/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 427,000
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 17 reports of the battery’s cap becoming a projectile or battery chemicals leaking, including two injuries that resulted in emergency room and doctor’s office visits for eye irritation from the battery chemicals.

 

Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure Pink Toddler Swings

Manufacturer: Little Tikes, of Hudson, Ohio
Original Dates of Sale: November 2009 through May 2014
Original Price before Recall: $25
Why Toy is a Hazard: The plastic seat can crack or break, posing a fall hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled swings and contact Little Tikes for a refund in the form of a credit towards the purchase of another Little Tikes product.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Little Tikes 2-in-1 Snug’n Secure pink toddler swings. The swings have a pink T-shaped restraint in front with a Little Tikes logo. The swing is suspended by four yellow ropes. The model number 615573 is molded on the back of the swing seat and there is a manufacturing date code stamp on the back of the seat. The molded INNER arrow of the date code stamp points to “10,” “11,” “12” or “13,” it is included in the recall. In addition, swings with a date code stamp of “9” on the INNER arrow combined with “43” or higher number stamped on the OUTER are included in this recall. No other date codes or other colored swings are affected.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 2/23/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 540,000
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received about 140 reports of the swing breaking, including 39 injuries to children including abrasions, bruises, cuts and bumps to the head. Two of the reported injuries included children with a broken arm.

 

Kids II Oball Rattles

Importer: Kids II Inc., of Atlanta, Ga.
Original Dates of Sale: January 2016 through February 2017
Original Price before Recall: $5 - $7
Why Toy is a Hazard: The clear plastic disc on the outside of the oball rattles can break, releasing small beads, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take these recalled rattles away from young children and contact the firm to receive a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Oball Rattles in pink, blue, green and orange with model number 81031 printed on the inner surface of one of the plastic discs and on the packaging. The balls have 28 finger holes and measure four inches in diameter. Embedded in the rattles are a clear plastic disc with all orange beads and two clear plastic discs with beads of varying colors on the perimeter. Only rattles with date codes T0486, T1456, T2316, T2856 and T3065 located on a small triangle on the inner surface of the rattle are included in the recall. The first three numbers represent the day of the year and the last digit represents the year of production.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 3/2/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 680,000
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 42 reports of the plastic disc breaking releasing small beads, including two reports of beads found in children’s mouths and three reports of gagging.

 

Vecaro Glide65, Drift8, and Trek10 Self-balancing Scooter/Hoverboard

Manufacturer: Vecaro LifeStyle, of Cerritos, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: November 2015 through November 2016
Original Price before Recall: $300 - $400
Why Toy is a Hazard: The lithium-ion battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a risk of smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled scooters/hoverboards and contact Vecaro to return their unit to receive a free repair or a credit toward the purchase of a UL 2272 certified Vecaro Glide or Glide-X.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the Vecaro brand Glide65, Drift8, and Trek10 self-balancing scooter, commonly referred to as hoverboards. Hoverboards have one wheel at each end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs. The boards have “Vecaro” printed on the front outer casing and come in black, white, red, blue, metallic gold, metallic silver, graffiti white print, and red flame print. The model number is on the right for both the Glide65 and Drift8. The Trek10 model number is on top of the board.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 3/23/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 500
Incidents/Injuries: Vecaro has received three reported incidents of hoverboards smoking. No injuries or property damage have been reported.

 

Target Magnetic Tic Tac Toe Games

Importer: Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn.
Original Dates of Sale: December 2016 through February 2017
Original Price before Recall: $5
Why Toy is a Hazard: The magnets can come off the tic tac toe game pieces, posing a choking hazard. In addition, when two or more magnets are swallowed, they can link together inside the intestines and clamp onto body tissues, causing intestinal obstructions, perforations, sepsis and death. Internal injury from magnets can pose serious lifelong health effects.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled tic tac toe game and return it to any Target store for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves a magnetic tic tac toe 10 x 10 inch plywood board with nine “X” and “Heart” game pieces. The game pieces have a magnet on the back. Model number “234-25-1089” is printed on the bottom right corner of the product.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 3/29/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 19,000
Incidents/Injuries: Target has received one report of the magnets falling off the game piece. No injuries have been reported.

 

Juratoys Toy Trolleys

Importer: Juratoys U.S. of Fairfield, N.J.
Original Dates of Sale: September 2012 to March 2017
Original Price before Recall: $70 - $100
Why Toy is a Hazard: The toy trolleys can tip backwards, posing an impact injury hazard to children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled trolleys and keep them out of the reach of young children until they have installed a repair kit. Contact Juratoys for a free repair kit that includes instructions, tools, and footers to prevent the toy from tipping backwards.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves four Bricolo by Janod® -push toy trolleys. The French Cocotte Cooker trolley is red with orange wheels and includes a cooktop with fried egg shapes, an oven and eight accessories, including pots and pans, “Janod” printed on the side and front of the trolley and J06544 printed on the base of the toy. The DIY-Magnetic trolley is gray and black with red wheels with work station and tools. “Bricolo” is printed on the front of the DIY-Magnetic trolley and J06505 is printed on the base of the toy. The Redmaster-Magnetic DIY trolley is black and gray with red wheels and 21 accessories, including three magnetic tools and a set of gears. J06493 is printed on the base of the toy. The Barbecue trolley is brightly colored and comes with a magnetic spatula, magnetic barbecue fork, one piece of pork, two sausages, one fish, one piece of beef, and three tomatoes. J06523 is printed on the base of the toy. The trolleys measure approximately 17 inches tall and have a 1 foot by 1 foot base.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 3/29/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 9,900
Incidents/Injuries: Juratoys has received two reports of trolleys falling backwards, both resulting in ER visits. One involved a tooth extraction the other a laceration to the child’s nose.

 

Water-Absorbing Easter and Dino Toys

Importer: Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn.
Original Dates of Sale: February 2017 through March 2017
Original Price before Recall: $1
Why Toy is a Hazard: If the small toy is ingested, it can expand inside a child's body and cause intestinal obstructions, resulting in severe discomfort, vomiting, dehydration and could be life threatening. Surgery is required to remove the toy from the body, if ingested. Medical professionals and parents should be aware that there is a possibility that the toys might not show up on an x-ray.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take this recalled toy away from children and return it to any Target store for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Hatch & Grow Easter Eggs, Easter Grow Toys and Hatch Your Own Dino. Hatch & Grow Easter Eggs and Easter Grow Toys have model number 234-25-1200 on the back of the product’s packaging. Hatch Your Own Dino Egg has model number 234-09-0016 on the label inserted in the product’s packaging. The pink, blue, or purple Hatch & Grow Easter Eggs include a white bunny, brown bunny, or butterfly. The Easter Grow Toys include a yellow chick, brown bunny, or white bunny. The Hatch Your Own Dino Eggs are purple or yellow/green and contains one of eleven dinosaurs.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 4/13/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 560,000
Incidents/Injuries: None reported.

 

Razor RipStik Electric Motorized Caster Boards

Importer: Razor USA LLC, of Cerritos, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: February 2016 through April 2017
Original Price before Recall: $180
Why Toy is a Hazard: The rear wheel can stop rotating and lock up while in use, posing a fall hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled caster boards and contact Razor to receive a free repair kit.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Razor RipStik electric motorized caster boards. The boards have two wheels, a hub motor and a lithium ion battery. They have a wireless digital hand remote that controls the speed up to 10 mph. The manufacturing date is on the bar code label located on the bottom of the product and Razor USA LLC is embossed on the bottom. “RipStik” is printed on the top of the board. They are blue and black in color.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 4/20/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 158,000
Incidents/Injuries: Razor has received more than 700 reports of the rear wheel locking up, resulting in four injuries, including one loose tooth and three, scrapes and bruises.

 

Douglas Plush Toys

Importer: Douglas Company Inc., of Keene, N.H.
Original Dates of Sale: July 2014 through April 2017
Original Price before Recall: $20
Why Toy is a Hazard: The plastic eyes on the plush toys can detach, posing a choking hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled plush toys away from young children and contact the firm to receive a free replacement product or a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the Oliver™ the Bear, Chewie™ the English Bulldog, and Charlotte™ the Fox model plush toys. Oliver the Bear is a brown and tan stuffed bear, with a blue t-shirt that reads “Oliver the Bear” and a red, removable cape. Chewie is a stuffed, brown and white English Bulldog with a blue patch sewn on the chest that reads “Chewie.” Charlotte is a stuffed, brown, black and white Fox with removable blue cape. Each of these toys has a sewn-in label with the words “DOUGLAS® the cuddle toy.”
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 5/17/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 25,000
Incidents/Injuries: Douglas has received two reports of the plastic eyes detaching or loosening. No injuries have been reported.

 

Pulse Krusher Pro Freestyle Scooters

Importer: Bravo Sports, of Sante Fe Springs, Calif.
Manufacturer: Pulse Performance Products, a division of Bravo Sports, of Santa Fe Springs, Calif.
Original Price before Recall June 2016 through May 2017
Original Price before Recall: $40
Why Toy is a Hazard: The down tube of the scooter can break, posing a fall hazard to the rider.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled scooters and contact Pulse Performance Products for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Pulse Krusher Pro Freestyle scooters with factory code 083WY, item number 164257 and date code 10-8-2016 or earlier. The factory code, item number and date code can be found on a label printed on the underside of the scooter deck. The 30-inch high scooters were sold in blue and have the words “PULSE PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS” printed on the down tube.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 5/19/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 18.700
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received 15 reports of the down tube breaking, including two reports of scrapes from falls.

 

Dynacraft Ride-On Toys

Importer: Dynacraft BSC Inc., of American Canyon, Calif.
Original Dates of Sale: June 2016 through March 2017
Original Price before Recall: $150 - $350
Why Toy is a Hazard: The acceleration pedal on the battery-operated ride-on toys can stick, posing fall and crash hazards.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled ride-on toys away from children and contact Dynacraft to receive a free replacement foot pedal with installation instructions. Consumers in need of assistance with the repair, can bring the ride-on toy to an authorized service center for a free repair.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves three models of 12V battery-operated ride-on toys, including Surge 12V Camo 4X4, Surge 12V XL Quad and Tonka 12V Mighty Dump trucks. The recalled ride-on toys have model numbers and date codes listed in the table below. The model number, batch number, serial number and the date code , formatted as “MMDDYYYY,” are printed on a label on the bottom of the ride-on toy.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 5/23/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 20,000
Incidents/Injuries: Dynacraft has received 19 reports of pedals sticking, including seven reports of minor injuries; abrasions, cuts and bruises.

 

Easter and July 4th Light-Up Spinner Toys

Importer: Hobby Lobby Stores Inc., of Oklahoma City, Okla.
Original Dates of Sale: February 2017 through April 2017
Original Price before Recall: $5
Why Toy is a Hazard: The battery cover of the Easter and July 4th-themed light-up spinner toys can detach and expose the small coin cell batteries, posing choking and ingestion hazards to young children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled spinners away from children and return them to the nearest Hobby Lobby or Mardel store. Consumers with a receipt will receive a full refund and consumers without a receipt will receive a store credit.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves children’s battery-powered, light-up spinner toys sold in two themes: Easter and July 4th. The Easter-themed toys were sold in blue with a pink bunny on the dome and yellow with a yellow and orange chicken on the dome. The July 4th spinners are red with white stars painted on the blue dome. “Hobby Lobby” and item number 9130033 or 9130082 is printed on the spinner handle. The spinners are powered by three LR44 coin cell batteries.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 5/23/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 43,400
Incidents/Injuries: Hobby Lobby has received one report of a 14-month-old child who ingested the battery. An x-ray was conducted and the battery passed through.

 

Munching Max Chipmunk Toys

Importer: TOMY International Inc., of Oak Brook, Ill.
Original Dates of Sale: May 2016 through July 2017
Original Price before Recall: $16
Why Toy is a Hazard: Parts inside the toy can break creating a sharp point that can penetrate the surface of the toy, posing a laceration hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact TOMY International to receive a free replacement toy and a TOMY online store coupon.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Lamaze Munching Max chipmunk stuffed toys with item number L27578. “Tomy,” “Lamaze” and the item number are printed on a sewn-in fabric label near the tail of the toy. The stuffed toy is multi-colored with a white clip on the head of the chipmunk. When the clip is pulled, the chipmunk toy vibrates and simulates eating the cloth nut attached to its arm.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 7/13/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 9,300
Incidents/Injuries: TOMY International has received one report of a minor laceration injury to a child’s hand.

 

Winkel Colorburst Activity Toys

Importer: The Manhattan Toy Company LLC, of Minneapolis, Minn.
Original Dates of Sale: May 2015 through September 2016
Original Price before Recall: $15
Why Toy is a Hazard: The colored plastic tubes on the product can become brittle and break into small pieces, posing a choking hazard to infants.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from infants and return them to the store where purchased or contact Manhattan Toy for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: The Winkel Colorburst teething and activity toy has multi-color plastic tubing inserted into a plastic cube with rattle beads inside. The model number and lot code are printed on the center of the cube and on the hang-tag and product packaging near the UPC code. Only activity balls with the following lot codes are included in this recall: 206880 DH; 206880 EH; 206880 HH; 206871 EH.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 7/20/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 14,400
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received four reports of plastic tubes breaking. No injuries have been reported.

 

iRover Self-Balancing Scooters/Hoverboards

Importer: iRover LLC, of Fair Lawn, N.J.
Original Dates of Sale: December 2015 through December 2016
Original Price before Recall: $300 - $400
Why Toy is a Hazard: The lithium-ion battery packs in the self-balancing scooters/hoverboards can overheat, posing a risk of smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled scooters/hoverboards and contact iRover for instructions on returning their hoverboard for a free UL2272-certified replacement unit.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves iRover self-balancing scooters, commonly referred to as hoverboards, model numbers 87645 and 87644. Hoverboards have two wheels at either end of a platform and are powered by lithium-ion battery packs. The boards have “iRover” printed on the front outer casing and come in black and white. The model number is listed on the bottom of the unit.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 7/24/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 2,800
Incidents/Injuries: There have been two reports of the battery packs in the recalled self-balancing scooters/hoverboards smoking and overheating. No injuries or property damage have been reported.

 

Panelcraft Children’s Magnetic Building Sets

Importer: Panelcraft Inc., of Dearborn, Mich.
Original Dates of Sale: November 2016 through January 2017
Original Price before Recall: $120 - $150
Why Toy is a Hazard: The building sets' corner welds can break, allowing the panels and frames to separate and release magnets during play. When released, exposed magnets can create a choking hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled building sets and take them away from children. Contact the firm to receive a prepaid shipping label for returning the recalled sets for a free replacement set including shipping.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves two styles of Panelcraft™ Rainbow magnetic building sets: Rainbow Dream Builder and Rainbow Solid Builder. The solid builder set includes 19 pieces: 11 solid panels in red, yellow, green, blue and purple and 8 white windows that measure 9 inches by 9 inches. The rainbow dream builder set includes 19 windows in red, yellow, green, blue and purple colors that measure 9 inches by 9 inches.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 8/1/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 2,000
Incidents/Injuries: None reported.

 

BRIO Soft Hammer Baby Rattle Toys

Importer: Ravensburger North America, of Newton, N.H.
Manufacturer: BRIO, of Sweden
Original Price before Recall March 2015 through June 2017
Original Price before Recall: $13
Why Toy is a Hazard: The wooden rings on the hammer rattles can crack, posing a choking hazard to children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled baby rattles and contact BRIO for instructions on how to receive a full refund or a replacement product of similar value.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves BRIO soft hammer baby rattle toys. They have a wooden handle with a white plastic teething ring at one end and a red, yellow, white and green hammer head at the other end. BRIO is stamped on the hammer head. The rattle is about 5 inches long.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 8/15/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 1,500
Incidents/Injuries: BRIO has received seven reports of the wooden ring cracking. No injuries have been reported.

 

Itty Bittys Baby Plush Stacking Toys

Importer: Hallmark Marketing Company LLC, of Kansas City, Miss.
Original Dates of Sale: June 2016 through July 2017
Original Price before Recall: $30
Why Toy is a Hazard: The toys have fabric hats and bows that can detach, posing a choking hazard.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled toys and take them away from children. Contact Hallmark to receive a prepaid shipping label for returning the recalled toy and for a $40 Hallmark Gold Crown gift card.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves the itty bittys baby Disney-licensed plush animal stacking toys with rattling rings. The toys measure 10 inches by 7.5 inches by 9.5 inches. They have a yellow base stand with a post and four rattling rings that slide on and off the post. The red, blue, pink and purple rings have Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, and Donald Duck and Daisy Duck characters attached to them. Three of the four Disney-licensed characters are wearing a small plush, fabric hat or bow. The Hallmark logo and “itty bittys” are printed on a sewn-on tag attached to the toy’s base.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 8/31/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 5,800
Incidents/Injuries: Hallmark has received one report of the toy’s fabric bow detaching. No injuries have been reported.

 

Slap Bracelets sold with Trolls Storybooks

Importer: Studio Fun International Inc., of New York
Original Dates of Sale: September 2016 through August 2017
Original Price before Recall: $13
Why Toy is a Hazard: The metal band can wear through the fabric covering of the slap bracelet, posing a laceration hazard.
Remedy: The recalled “slap bracelets” were included with "DreamWorks Trolls: It's Hug Time!" children's storybooks. The bracelet consists of an inner, flexible metal band wrapped in a purple fabric covering with a pink fabric flower. The ISBN for the book is 978-0-7944-3840-1 and is printed on the back of the book.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: The recalled “slap bracelets” were included with "DreamWorks Trolls: It's Hug Time!" children's storybooks. The bracelet consists of an inner, flexible metal band wrapped in a purple fabric covering with a pink fabric flower. The ISBN for the book is 978-0-7944-3840-1 and is printed on the back of the book.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 9/7/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 79,000
Incidents/Injuries: There have been five reports of the metal bands wearing through the fabric covering of the bracelet resulting in cuts to hands or fingers.

 

Playtex Children’s Plates and Bowls

Importer: Playtex Products, LLC, of Shelton, Conn.
Original Dates of Sale: October 2009 through August 2017
Original Price before Recall: $2.50 - $15
Why Toy is a Hazard: The clear plastic layer over the graphics can peel or bubble from the surface of the plates and bowls, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled plates and bowls and take them away from young children. Consumers should contact Playtex for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Playtex plates and bowls for children. The plates have various printed designs including cars, construction scenes, giraffes, princesses, superheroes and more. The white polypropylene plates and bowls also have a colored rim on top and a non-slip bottom. Playtex is written on the bottom of the plates and bowls. The plates and bowls were sold separately and together as sets. A Mealtime set is comprised of a plate, a bowl, two utensils and a cup.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 10/3/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 3,600,000
Incidents/Injuries: Playtex has received 372 reports of the clear plastic layer over the graphics bubbling or peeling. The firm has received 11 reports of pieces of the detached clear plastic found in children’s mouths, including four reports of choking on a piece of the clear plastic layer.

 

Bruin Infant Wiggle Ball toys

Importer: Toys “R” Us Inc., of Wayne, N.J.
Original Dates of Sale: June 2016 through January 2017
Original Price before Recall: $13
Why Toy is a Hazard: The wiggle ball’s rubber knobs and plastic back can detach, posing a choking hazard to infants.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled balls, take them away from babies and return them to Babies “R” Us or Toys “R” Us for a full refund.
How to Tell if Your Toy Might Have Been Recalled: This recall involves Bruin Infant Wiggle Ball toys also called a giggle ball. The blue ball has textured bumps for gripping and has orange, green and yellow rubber knobs around the ball. The ball wiggles, vibrates and plays three different musical tunes. It has an on/off switch and requires 3 AA batteries to operate. The recalled wiggle balls have model number 5F6342E and Toys “R” Us printed on the product.
CPSC Recall Website
Recall Date: 10/5/2017
Number of Units Recalled: 29,700
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received six reports of rubber knobs breaking off, including four reports of pieces of the product found in children's mouths.

 

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