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Recent Product Recalls of Baby and Toddler Toys and Gear


Do you have any of these unsafe items in your home? Do you know anyone who does? All of these items have been recalled this year because they are dangerous to your children or your family. If you see something you own, stop using it immediately. Most companies offer free repair kits or replacements and many will give you a full refund.

Toddler Talk Mobile Phones

Toddler Talk Mobile Phone
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Discovery Toys is recalling these toy mobile phones because the antenna can break off and cause choking. There have been three incidents of this happening with no injuries. About 3,000 of these toys were made in China and sold in the United States and Canada from September through November of last year for about $18. Only model 1231 is being recalled, so if that's your model, stop using the toy and contact Discovery Toys at 800-426-4777 or on their site to get a replacement toy.

Cool-it Soother Teething Ring by Vulli Recalled

Cool-it Soother Teething Ring
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These teething rings by Vulli are being recalled because if the ring springs a leak, the fluid inside can grow bacteria and mold. If it then comes into contact with your child, it could cause diarrhea and vomiting. The fluid inside the ring has not been treated to prevent this. About 7,000 of these teething rings were sold for about $10 at Amazon.com and children's stores from January 2009 through November 2010. There have been no reports of injury, though. Stop using the product and visit the company's Web site or call 888-318-9803 to get a free replacement teething ring.

Hoodie-Footie Pajamas from Pajamagram Recalled

Hoodie-Footie Pajamas
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Hoodie-Footie Pajamas are being recalled because they have metal snaps that can detach and pose a choking hazard. About 800 were sold for about $30 in November and December of last year from the Pajamagram catalog and site. There have been no reports of injury. Stop using these jammies and get in touch with Pajamagrams either on their site or by calling 800-262-1162. You'll get a replacement set of pajamas as well as a $25 gift card.

Other Product Recalls by Year

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