This Week (September 28) in Product Recalls
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced six new recalls over the past two weeks. If you or a loved one has been injured by a recalled faulty product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker today at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.
H&M issues recall for water bottle due to choking hazard
About 2,900 Children’s Water Bottles were recalled by H&M after a report of the water bottle’s spout dislodging in a child’s mouth while in use. The recalled water bottles were manufactured in Italy. See the recall.
Specialized Bicycle Components recalls bicycles due to falling and injury hazards
About 12,000 bicycles were recalled by Specialized Bicycle Components after they received four reports of the bicycles’ front forks breaking while in use. Injuries resulting in face fractures, head and shoulder injuries, and other cuts were reported. The recalled bicycles were made in China. See the recall.
Big Lots recalls swings due to falling hazard
About 6,900 Wilson & Fisher Garden Swings were recalled by Big Lots after receiving 14 reports of the swing sets breaking while in use. Nine injuries, including back pain and minor cuts, were reported. The recalled swings were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Cabot Stains issues recall for wood treatment due to irritation and burning hazards
About 17,500 units of Wood Cleaner and 10,900 units of Wood Brightener, both in container with spray pump, were recalled by Cabot Stains after three reports of the spray pump seal breaking, causing the product to leak. The recalled containers with spray pumps were made in the United States. See the recall.
Dillon Importing issues recall for toy guns due to lead pain standard violation
About 6,970 Captain Cutlass Toy Pirate Pistols were recalled after discovery that the toy guns were in violation of the federal lead paint standard. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled toys were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Atomic Aquatics recalls dive computer due to drowning and impact hazards
About 4,200 Cobalt Dive Computers from Atomic Aquatics were recalled after receiving 23 reports of leaks due to excess air pressure inside the computer. The recalled dive computers were manufactured in the United States. See the recall.
Children’s Apparel Network issues recall for hoodie and t-shirts due to lead paint violation
About 6,200 Fleece Hoodie and T-Shirt Sets were recalled after discovery that the clothing violated the federal lead paint standard. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The recalled clothing was made in Pakistan. See the recall.