2016 Holiday Toy Recalls
Toy Safety Recalls
Each holiday season millions of gifts are purchased for holiday revelers across Florida and the U.S., unfortunately all too often some of these gifts may contain defective products that can potentially cause harm. Check this page often to stay informed on defective toys and products.
You can also check the safekids.org website for more child safety recalls.
Toys 'R' Us Recalls 53,000 Pacifier Clips
Toys ‘R’ Us recalled Babies‘R’Us pacifier clips because the clip’s spring mechanism can break and release small parts, posing a choking hazard. CPSC Units: 53,000.
29 MIllion Step-It Activity Wristbands Recalled By McDonald’s
McDonald’s recalled “Step-It” Activity Wristbands because they can cause skin irritation or burns. CPSC Units: 29 million (an additional 3.6 million were sold in Canada).
91,000 Infant Building Play Sets Recalled For Chocking Hazard
ALEX Toys recalled infant building play sets because small parts of the plastic toy can detach, which kids can swallow, risking a choking hazard. CPSC Units: 91,000.
4,500 Magnetic Travel Maps Recalled
Cinmar recalled World Magnetic Travel Maps with a burl wood frame because if two or more magnets are swallowed and they become attached to each other, they can cause intestinal obstructions and perforations in smaller children, posing a risk of serious long-term health effects. CPSC Units: 4,500.
26,000 Baby Monitors Recalled For Burn Risk
Lorex recalled video baby monitors because the batteries can overheat, swell and expand, causing the battery cover to open and pose a burn hazard. CPSC Units: 26,000 (an additional 8,000 were sold in Canada).