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Children's Product Recalls June 2015

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July 1, 2015 CPSC: Otteroo is voluntarily recalling the Otteroo Inflatable Baby Floats because the seam on the flotation device can leak air and deflate, posing a risk of drowning. Units: 3,000

June 9, 2015 CPSC: Pali Design is voluntarily recalling all its children’s furniture because of a tip-over hazard as the straps used to attach furniture to walls can fail. Falling furniture can result in a wide range of injuries such as bruising, broken bones and suffocation. Units: 20,160 in the US and Canada.

June 4, 2015 CPSC: Cree is voluntarily recalling its LED T8 lamp because of a burn hazard when the lamp overheats. Units: 711,500 in the US and Canada.

June 3, 2015 CPSC: Apple is voluntarily recalling its Beat Pill XL speaker because of a fire hazard when the battery overheats. Units: 233,000 in the US and Canada.

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June 30, 2015 CPSC: Technosport is voluntarily recalling the Omersub Zero Cube scuba diving mask because non-conforming glass was used for the lens, which can shatter during normal use, posing an injury hazard.  Units: 2,600

June 25, 2015 CPSC: Northern Tool + Equipment is voluntarily recalling all Little Digger Toys because the red paint on the toy frame contains excessive levels of lead, which is prohibited under federal law. Units: 7,000

June 25, 2015 CPSC: Lululemon Athletica is voluntarily recalling all Lululemon women's tops that have an elastic draw cord with hard metal or plastic tips in the hood or around the neck area because when the elastic draw cord is pulled or caught on something, and released, it can snap back, impact the face area and result in injury. Units: 318,000 in US and Canada

June 24, 2015 CPSC: Positec Tool Corp is voluntarily recalling Worx Brand Blower Vacs because of wiring defects which can lead to a shock hazard. Units: 24,670 in US and Canada

June 24, 2015 CPSC: SR Suntour is voluntarily recalling all bicycles with SR Suntour bicycle forks because the bolt that attaches the upper part of the bicycle's fork to the lower part of the fork can break or separate. This may cause the front wheel to come off the bicycle, posing a crash hazard for riders. Units: 101,600 in US and Canada

June 24, 2015 CPSP: NeoRok is voluntarily recalling three models of Classroom Select NeoRok Stools with a tilting and rocking feature because the stool may break during use, causing a fall hazard. Units: 1,350

June 19, 2015 CPSC: PetSmart is voluntarily recalling Top Fin brand plastic aquarium heaters because of a risk of fire or electrical shock.  Units: 117,000 in US and Canada.

June 17, 2015 CPSC: Colnago is voluntarily recalling all Colnago CF10 and Colnago V1 racing bicycles and bicycle frame kits that fit 28-inch wheels because brakes can detach from the fork during use, posing a crash hazard. Units: 434 in US and Canada

June 16, 2015 CPSC: Coulter Ventures is voluntarily recalling Rogue Fitness Mobility WOD door anchors because the nylon strap can pull from the plastic anchor, causing the user to lose their balance and fall.  Units: 875

June 16, 2015 CPSC: The Bay is voluntarily recalling Bud, a stuffed animal pull toy of a puppy which has a pull cord, because hub caps on the wheels can break or come off the wheel, posing a choking hazard for young children. Units: 810 in US and Canada

June 11, 2015 CPSC: Ramart is voluntarily recalling its swing chairs because of a fall hazard as chair can tip over when in use. Product sold exclusively at HomeGoods Stores. Units: 250

June 11, 2015 CPSC: Walgreens is voluntarily recalling its multivitamin for women 50+ because the product fails to meet child-resistant packaging requirements under the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. Units: 17,000

June 11, 2015 CPSC: Tri-Vista Designs recalls its Monogram Beverage Mugs because of a fire hazard if microwaved. Product sold exclusively at Kirklands. Units: 10,000.

June 5, 2015 CPSC: Bariatric Fusion is voluntarily recalling its soft chew dietary supplements because the product fails to meet child-resistant closure requirements under the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. The chews contain iron, which can cause serious injury to young children if multiple chews are ingested. Units: 800

June 4, 2015 CPSC: Big Lots is voluntarily recalling its hanging chairs because of a fall hazard as the hanging chair can tip over. Units: 16,000

June 2, 2015 CPSC: A.O. Smith is voluntarily recalling its John Wood water heaters because of fire and burn hazards. The combustion chamber is misaligned, which heats the exterior walls instead of the interior chamber. Units: 250

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