Kid O Products Recalls Baby Rattles Due To Choking Hazard

Name of Product: Baby rattles

Units: About 1,500 units

Importer: Kid O Products, LLC of Perth Amboy, N.J.

Hazard: The baby rattle’s beads can come off when the rattle is twisted or pulled forcefully, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Incidents/Injuries: None reported

Description: This recall involves the Prisma and Duo style wooden baby rattles with multi-colored beads. The Prisma rattle is shaped as a bell with a loop handle and has style number 10331. The rattle measures about 3 ¾- inches long. “Prisma” and the style number can be found on the packaging. The Duo rattle is two interlocked rings with red and blue bead accents. “Duo” and style number 10333 is printed on the packaging.

Kid O Baby Rattles are sold nationwide. They were sold for about $12 from November 2010 to December 2010. Immediate action should be taken by taking the ring away from the child and return them to the retail store where they purchased it for a full refund. Consumers can also contact the manufacture for instructions on how to mail the product to receive a full refund.

For More Information: CPSC


Teething Rings Recalled by Calisson Due to Ingestion Hazard

Name of Product: Cool-it Soother by Vulli

Units: About 7,000

Importer: Calisson Inc., of Dana Point, Calif.

Hazard: If the teething ring is punctured, bacteria and mold can grow inside the teether’s untreated liquid. This poses an ingestion hazard to infants and can lead to diarrhea and vomiting.

Incidents/Injuries: None reported

Description: The Cool-it Soother teething ring is clear and is attached to a green plastic handle in the shape of the character “Gnon.

The teething rings are sold nationwide and online. They were sold for about $10 from January 2008 to November 2010. Immediate action should be taken by taking the ring away from the child and return to the manufacture for a free replacement teething ring.

For More Information: CPSC

Toy Mobile Phones Recalled by Discovery Toys Due to Choking Hazard

Name of Product: Toddler Talk Toy Mobile Phones

Units: About 2,900 in the United States and 700 in Canada

Importer: Discovery Toys LLC, of Livermore, Calif.

Hazard: The clear plastic antenna can break off, posing a choking hazard to young children.

Incidents/Injuries: Discovery Toys has received reports of three incidents in which the toy telephone’s antenna broke off. A child was found mouthing the toy phone’s antenna but it was removed by his mother.

Description: This recall involves a red and blue plastic battery-operated toy mobile phone with a small, clear antenna, buttons numbered “1, 2, 3, 4 and Play,” a screen with a boy’s face and the words “hello! hola! bonjour!” Only model number 1231 is involved in this recall. The model number is printed on the toy’s packaging. “Discovery Toys” is stamped into the red plastic on the back of the toy.

Toy Mobile Phone are sold nationwide and online. They were sold for about $18 from September 2010 to November 2010. Immediate action should be taken by taking the phone away from the child and contract the manufacture for instructions on how to return them for a replacement toy.

For More Information: CPSC