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Children's Product Recalls October 2015
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October 6, 2015 CSPC; Polaris is voluntarily recalling its RZR Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles (ROV) because the vehicles' fuel tank vent line can be misrouted, causing it to become pinched. This can cause the fuel tank to pressurize and leak fuel, posing a fire hazard. Unit: 53,000
October 1, 2015 CSPC; Bexco is expanding its voluntary recall of DaVinci Cribs because the metal bracket connecting the mattress support to the crib can break and possibly create a gap. Babies can become entrapped in the crib thus posing a fall and laceration hazard from the metal brackets. Units: 6,000, total amount involved in recall: 17,613 in the U.S. and Canada
October 29, 2015 CSPC; Sure Signal Products is voluntarily recalling its Heat Activated Fire Alarms because of a defective fuse which can cause the alarm to fail to alert consumers of a fire. Units: 375,000
October 22, 2015 CSPC; Build-A-Bear is voluntarily recalling its Starbrights Dragon stuffed animals because the satin seam of the dragon can open and expose the stuffing. The stuffing may pose a choking hazard to young children. Units: 33,700 in the U.S. and Canada
October 20, 2015 CSPC; Turtle Beach is voluntarily recalling its Ear Force XO FOUR Stealth gaming headset because mold spores were found on the headsets. The mold spores pose a risk of respiratory or other infections in individuals with existing chronic health problems. Units: 59,500.
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October 29, 2015 CSPC; Maeli Rose is voluntarily recalling its girls’ hoodies because the drawstrings can become entangled or caught on playgrounds, hand rails, doors or other objects posing a strangulation hazard. Units: 1,200.
October 29, 2015 CSPC; QBP is voluntarily recalling its WeThePeople BMX Bicycles and Eclat Aeon cranksets because the left end of the bicycle crankset can spindle and break posing a fall hazard. Units: 110 bicycles and 210 cranksets in the US and Canada.
October 29, 2015 CSPC; Lighthouse is voluntarily recalling its ceramic mugs because hot liquids can seep through cracks in the cups posing a burn hazard. Units: 4,400
October 28, 2015 CSPC; Pottery Barn Kids is voluntarily recalling Avengers and Darth Vader Water Bottles because they contain lead paint. Units: 15,630 in the U.S. and Canada.
October 28, 2015 CSPC; Burley Design is voluntarily recalling child bicycle trailers because the trailer can separate from the tow bar posing a crash hazard to the child. Units: 34,820 in the U.S. and Canada.
October 27, 2015 CSPC; LaRose Industries is voluntarily recalling its Peanuts Flying Ace Ride-On Toys, sold exclusively at Target, because the toy’s blue hubcap can detach and pose a choking hazard to young children. Units: 11,000
October 22, 2015 CSPC; L.L. Bean is voluntarily recalling its GTO Hunting Knives with sheath because the knife can cut through the sheath protector and pose a laceration hazard to the user. Units: 300
October 22, 2015 CSPC; United States Stove Company is voluntarily recalling its Pellet Heater/Stove because the stove can overheat thus posing a fire hazard to its users. Units: 4,400
October 21, 2015 CSPC; Krud Kutter is voluntarily recalling its adhesive removers because the packaging is not child resistant according to the Poison Prevention Packaging Act. The labeling violates the Federal Hazardous Substances Act because it does not warn of the product’s hazards. The adhesive removers contain petroleum distillates which pose a poisoning and aspiration hazard if swallowed. Units: 85,000
October 21, 2015 CSPC; Innopower is voluntarily recalling its Hawk Climbing Sticks because the folding steps can bend or break during use thus posing a fall hazard to the user. Units: 730
October 21, 2015 CSPC; Liquid Force is voluntarily recalling its Response Kiteboard control systems because release system may fail to open posing a risk of injury when the kite is out of control.. Units: 2,090 in the U.S. and Canada
October 20, 2015 CSPC; Big Game is voluntarily recalling its climbing tree stands because the cable assembly on the tree stand can release, posing a fall hazard to the user. Units: 12,200
October 20, 2015 CSPC; Global Manufacturing Company is voluntarily recalling its API Outdoors Tree Stands because the cable assembly on the climbing tree stand can release which poses a fall hazard to the user. Units: 5,300
October 20, 2015 CSPC; Golden Horse is voluntarily recalling its children’s denim pants because the zipper can detach and pose a choking hazard to young children. Units: 8,300.
October 15, 2015 CPSC; Horizon Hobby is voluntarily recalling its E-flite AC/DC Battery Chargers because the chargers can overheat, which could result in a fire, property damage and injury. Units: 1,300.
October 14, 2015 CSPC; TCC Cooking Company is voluntarily recalling its CHEFS vertical roasters because the roaster can break or shatter posing a laceration or burn hazard to the user. Units: 4,000
October 8, 2015 CSPC; Safety 1st is voluntarily recalling its Décor Wood Highchair because the child can remove the high chair tray thus posing a fall hazard. Units: 35,000
October 7, 2015 CSPC; BRP is voluntarily recalling its Youth Model Can-Am all-terrain vehicles because the fuel filter can break and leak thus posing a fire hazard. Units: 240
October 6, 2015 CSPC; Sportsmans Guide is voluntarily recalling its Pop-up Hunting Blinds because it is not made of flame-resistant materials and poses a fire hazard. Units: 17,000
October 1, 2015 CSPC; Pier 1 Imports is voluntarily recalling its outdoor patio Katrina Swivel Armchairs because the chair can tip backwards when rocked and pose a fall hazard. Units: 2,530 in the U.S. and Canada
October 1, 2015 CSPC;BSH Home Appliances is voluntarily recalling its Bosch, Gaggenau, Kenmore Elite and Thermador Dishwashers because the power cord can overheat and pose a fire hazard. Units: 194,000 in the U.S. and Canada