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Buff Baby Rattles Recalled

I know they aren’t exactly a normal toy recall, but some baby rattles have been recalled because the cap at the end of the rattle could separate and let out all of the small pellets used for the rattling sound. The official name for the rattles is Buff Baby. There were a couple reports of this happening so the distributor, Fred & Friends, decided to recall them. No injuries have been reported. The main...

Chicken Dance Easter Chicks Recalled

Fred Meyer is recalling about 1,000 Easter Chicks that play music and dance when you squeeze the left wing. It turns out that the music the chicken plays is above the ASTM F963 standard for decibel levels and this can cause hearing damage. People are instructed to stop using the toy immediately and take it back for a full refund. The toy cost about $20 and was sold at Fred Meyer stores in February and March. For...

Spin-A-Mals Farm and Safari Puzzle Recall

Small World Toys has recalled 4,000 Ryan’s Room brand Spin-A-Mals Farm and Spin-A-Mals Safari puzzles because of a choking hazard. The boards have wooden pegs in them to hold the gears and animal shaped pieces. These pegs can become loose, fall out and if a child puts it in their mouth they can choke. These toys are for children over 12 months in age, or over 1 year old, but fortunately no injuries were reported....

Basic Beat Egg-Shaker Toy Recalled

There was a recall on an egg-shaped toy instrument last week. The Basic Beat egg-shaker was recalled because the top of the egg is actually glued on and it can come apart from the egg. A child could choke on such a small piece if they put it in their mouth. They are not to be mistaken for candy or chocolate eggs you get at Easter. Only 6,500 of them were actually sold and they were available for sale in five...

Over 10,000 Toy Scooters Recalled By Dynacraft

A large number of electric battery-operated scooters were recalled by Dynacraft BSC Inc. for a sudden-acceleration problem. The sudden acceleration could cause kids to fall off and injure themselves when unprepared for the sudden acceleration. About half of the recalled scooters were sold from Toys R Us from October 2012 till January 2013 and had Hello Kitty decor on them. They were made between September 10 and...

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