After a quiet week last week, six recalls were announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission this week. If you or a loved one has been injured by a faulty or recalled product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.
Infantino recalls toy trucks due to choking hazard
About 42,400 Infantino brand Troy the Activity Trucks have been recalled after 28 reports of beads detaching from the toy trucks. Two reports of children swallowing beads have also been reported. Troy the Activity Truck is manufactured in China. See the recall.
Arm’s Reach Concepts recalls bed-side sleepers due to entrapment, fall, and suffocation hazards
About 76,000 Arm’s Reach Concepts Infant Bed-Side Sleepers have been recalled after 10 reports of infants falling from the raised mattress. Infants can either fall into the bottom of the sleeper or become trapped between the edge of the mattress and the side of the sleeper, posing a suffocation hazard. Arm’s Reach Concepts Infant Bed-Side Sleepers are made in China. See the recall.
Key Baby recalls pacifiers due to choking hazard
About 29,000 Key Baby brand Pampers Natural Stages Infant Ortho and Bulb Pacifiers have been recalled after failing to meet federal safety standards. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The pacifiers are manufactured in China. See the recall.
Williams-Sonoma recalls pots due to burn and laceration hazards
About 28,700 Williams-Sonoma Whirly Whip hot chocolate pots have been recalled after 28 reports of handles breaking from the pots. Eight injuries, burns and cuts, have been reported. The Whirly Whip hot chocolate pot is made in China. See the recall.
Cooper Tools recalls soldering irons due to burn hazard
Cooper Tools has recalled about 69,000 stained glass soldering irons after three reports of power cords breaking at the flex point. These reports have each included minor burns. The soldering irons were manufactured in Mexico. See the recall.
Fashionviews recalls children’s sleepwear due to burn hazard
About 4,000 Fashionviews P. Jamas children’s sleepwear has been recalled after the pajamas failed to meet federal flammability standards. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The sleepwear was made in Peru and Bolivia. See the recall.