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Safe Kids is committed to keeping you informed about recalls of products which can put kids at risk. The Safe Kids’ recall center is a unique place parents and caregivers can go to see recalls of all products in a kid’s environment—otherwise you must look at multiple sites.

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August 11, 2015 NHTSA: Britax Child Safety is voluntarily recalling several models of its Advocate ClickTight, Boulevard ClickTight and Marathon ClickTight child seats because the red harness adjuster button may stick in the down (harness release) position allowing the shoulder harness to loosen. If the harness loosens, the child may not be properly restrained, increasing their risk of injury in the event of a crash. The company will provide you with kit to correct the problem. Units: 213,753

August 18, 2015 CSPC: IKEA is voluntarily recalling PATRULL nightlights because the plastic covering can detach and reveal electrical components, posing an electrical shock hazard.  Units: 442,000


August 27, 2015 CPSC: Huffy is voluntarily recalling its 2014 Huffy TR745 and TR-S 740 bicycles with 27.5 wheels because the front wheel can come to a sudden stop or completely separate from the bicycle, posing an injury hazard. Units: 460

August 26, 2015 CSPC: Robert Bosch is voluntarily recalling Dremal MICRO Model 8050 Rotary Tool because the tool’s circuit board can overheat the outside of the tool, posing a burn and injury hazard. Units: 95,750 US and Canada

August 26, 2015 CSPC: Camp USA is voluntarily recalling Tour Nanotech Automatic and Semi-Automatic Crampons, a device fixed on boots when climbing or walking on ice, because the heel bail connected to the ankle strap can disassemble from the crampon, posing a fall hazard. Units: 519 US and Canada

August 26, 2015 CSPC: Trek is voluntarily recalling Trek 9.8 Superfly FS SL.XI and XT bicycles because the seat post may crack and break, posing a fall hazard.Units: 330

August 25, 2015 CSPC: Cybex is voluntarily recalling Arm Curl Machines because the swivel handle can break from the machine, posing an impact injury hazard. Units: 4,400

August 25, 2015 CSPC: Osram Sylvania is voluntarily recalling T8 LED lamps because the lamps can overheat and liquefy, posing a burn hazard. Units: 55,000 US and Canada

August 25, 2015 CSPC: Scag Power Equipment is voluntarily recalling Scag Liberty-Z zero-turn lawn mowers because the gas tank can leak, posing a fire hazard. Units: 4,400

August 19, 2015 CSPC: Madewell is voluntarily recalling women’s sandals because the metal shaft can knock loose and break through the bottom of the sole, posing a fall hazard. Units: 50,900 US and Canada

August 19, 2015 CSPC: Grizzly is voluntarily recalling Grizzly 10-inch hybrid table saws because the motor wheel can come loose causing the blade teeth to crack into aerial metal fragments, posing a laceration or impact injury hazard. Units: 1,240

August 18, 2015 CSPC: Merck is voluntarily recalling bottles containing Temodar (Temozolomide) and Temozolomide (generic) capsules because the bottle cap can crack, posing a risk of poisoning. Units: 276,000

August 18, 2015 CSPC: Tvilum is voluntarily recalling Stars Mix n’ Match Chairs because the chair legs can break, posing a fall hazard. Units: 530

August 18, 2015 CSPC: Rite Aid is voluntarily recalling outdoor dining sets because the chair arms and legs can bend, posing a fall and injury hazard. Units: 13,000

August 6, 2015 CPSC: Precious Cargo is voluntarily recalling its infant one-piece garments because the snaps on the one-piece garments can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. Units: 479,000

August 5, 2015 CPSC: MZB is voluntarily recalling its Children’s “Light Up” watches because the case-back of the watch can detach and expose the interior to water, posing a risk of skin irritation, redness, rashes or chemical burns. Units: 1.958 million US and Canada

August 13, 2015 CPSC: Trane and American Standard are voluntarily recalling its accessory heaters installed in TAM7 and TAM8 air handlers because heaters can overheat posing a fire hazard.
Units: 3,900

August 13, 2015 CPSC: J.M. Mattress is voluntarily recalling its renovated mattresses because the mattresses fail to meet the mandatory federal open flame standard posing a fire hazard. Units: 240

August 13, 2015 CPSC: American SportWorks is voluntarily recalling Off Road Utility Vehicles because the throttle can fail to return to idle causing the rider to lose control, posing a risk of injury. Units: 3,500

August 13, 2015 CPSC: Ambient Weather is voluntarily recalling Ambient Weather radios because the weather radio’s AC power adapter can overheat, posing a fire hazard. Units 12,500

August 12, 2015 CPSC: Flowers By Zoe is voluntarily recalling girls' hoodies and jackets because the drawstrings around the neck area can become entangled or caught in objects and pose a significant strangulation hazard to children. Units: 122

August 11, 2015 CPSC: Breezer is voluntarily recalling its Downtown Bicycles because the bicycle pedal can separate from the spindle (axle) during use and cause the rider to lose control, posing a crash hazard. Units: 1,700

August 5, 2015 CPSC: Disney Store is voluntarily recalling Gadget Pencil Cases because the two magnets holding the pencil case lid closed can detach, posing an ingestion hazard. When these two magnets are swallowed, they can link together inside a child’s intestines and result in serious internal injuries. Units: 300 US and Canada

August 4, 2015 CPSC: Manhattan Group is voluntarily recalling My Snuggly Ellie Activity Toys because the wooden ring can break into small pieces, posing a choking hazard to young children. Units: 2,800 US and Canada

August 4, 2015 CPSC: Deere & Company is voluntarily recalling John Deere lawn tractors because the brake arm on the lawn tractor can fail, posing a crash hazard that could result in serious injury or death. Units: 2,070 US and Canada

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