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Health Alerts: Furniture restraint kits, bike helmets, magnetic balls and more

March 1, 2024

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced the recall of the following products. Consumers should stop using recalled products unless otherwise instructed. Consumers can submit reports of harm to the CPSC’s searchable online product safety database at www.SaferProducts.gov. A searchable food and medical product recall database is available at www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/default.htm.

 

Furniture restraint kit

Alliance4Safety and 31 furniture companies are recalling millions of plastic furniture tip-over restraints manufactured by New Age Industries because the plastic zip tie used with the kit can break and furniture can tip over. The tip-over restraint kits were sold at furniture stores nationwide and online from November 2019 to January 2024. Call 855-416-7370 or visit https://bit.ly/48MolR7 to request a replacement kit.

 

Bike helmets

Retrospec is recalling 72,000 Scout kids’ bike helmets because they might not protect a child in the event of a crash. The helmets were sold at T Scheels, Play it Again Sports and independent bicycle stores nationwide and on Retrospec.com and Amazon.com from February 2019 to March 2023 for $18 to $23. Call 888-488-2369 or visit https://bit.ly/3SpdC82 for a refund.

 

 

Magnetic balls

Joybuy Marketplace Express is recalling 4,240 science kits that include 216 high-powered magnets. Children can swallow the 5-millimeter magnetic balls, which can lead to blockage of the intestines, infection, blood poisoning and death. The magnet sets were sold on Walmart.com from February 2022 to April 2023 for about $15. Call 302-426-4543 or email oversea-service@jd.com for a refund.

 

 

Tiaras

Yaomiao Children’s is recalling 12,440 children’s rhinestone silver tiaras because the rhinestones embedded in the tiaras contain excessive levels of lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects. Sets of four tiaras were sold on Amazon.com from January 2021 to November 2023 for about $19. Email simlordroadple@163.com for a refund.

 

Crib mattress

UBBCARE is recalling 1,000 play yard mattresses because the products violate federal safety regulations for crib mattresses and children can suffocate. The mattresses were sold on Amazon.com from October 2022 to August 2023 for $40. Email HBoutdoor-us@outlook.com for a refund.

 

Hoverboards

DGL Group is recalling 25,000 Hover-1 Helix hoverboards (camouflage and galaxy colors only) because the battery can overheat and cause a fire. The hoverboards were sold on Walmart.com and Amazon.com from September 2020 to December 2021 for $170 to $200. Call 888-556-8426 or visit https://bit.ly/3tglihj for replacement information.

Electronic bicycles

Ride Aventon is recalling 2,300 Sinch.2 folding e-bicycles because they can accelerate unexpectedly and riders can crash. The e-bikes were sold at bicycle stores nationwide and online by Best Buy and Erik’s Bike Shop from April to August 2023 for about $1,800. Call 866-300-3311 or email info@aventon.com for repair information.

 

Pacific Cycle is recalling 1,700 Ascend Cabrillo and Minaret electronic bicycles because the wiring of the lithium-ion battery was not assembled properly and can cause a fire while charging. The bicycles were sold at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s stores nationwide and online from January to November 2023 for $1,400 to $1,500. Call Pacific Cycle at 877-564-2261 or email customerservice@pacificycle.com for a refund.

High chairs

Brandline is recalling 820 HEAO 4-in-1 high chairs because they have an incline angle greater than 10 degrees, which poses a risk of suffocation for children. The high chairs were sold on Amazon.com from November 2022 to September 2023 for about $170. Call 302-261-5366 or email maxlead.us@gmail.com for a refund.

 

Fuel bottles

OAREA Outdoor Gear is recalling 165 BRS Fuel Bottles because they do not meet child-resistant packaging requirements. The 530 mL, 750 mL and 1000 mL fuel bottles were sold on Amazon.com from December 2020 to October 2023 for $12 to $17. Email kim_ye92@yahoo.com or visit https://bit.ly/3UoTR3q and click Ask a Question for a refund.

 

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