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May 10, 2005
Fisher-Price Recall of Pogo Sticks
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Fisher-Price, of East Aurora, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 154,000 Fisher-Price® Grow-To-Pro® Pogo Sticks. An internal metal pin can wear down, causing the pogo sticks to remain stuck in the down position and release unexpectedly, posing a risk of fall or facial impact injuries to children.
January 30, 2004
Hasbro Inc. Recall of NERF® Big Play Football™
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Hasbro Inc is voluntarily recalling NERF® Big Play Footballs™. The football contains a hard plastic interior frame that can pose a risk of facial cuts if a child is hit during play.
May 10, 2001
Basketball Sets Recalled by Fisher-Price
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Fisher-Price, of East Aurora, N.Y., is recalling about 55,000 basketball sets to replace the nets. Some of the nets have enlarged openings. If children put their heads into these enlarged openings, the net can get tangled around their necks and they could strangle.
December 1, 1999
Recall to Replace Toy and YouthBasketball Nets
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Franklin Sports, Huffy Sports and Lifetime Products are announcing a voluntary recall to replace the nets on 900,000 toy and youth basketball sets. Children could strangle on loops or openings in nets that come unhooked from the rim or have knots that slide. If children put their heads into these openings, the net can get tangled around their necks.
December 22, 1998
Toy Basketball Nets Recalled by Little Tikes, Today's Kids & Fisher-Price
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Ohio Art, Little Tikes, Today's Kids and Fisher-Price are announcing a voluntary recall to replace the nets on 10.1 million toy basketball sets. Children could strangle on loops or openings in the nets that come unhooked from the rim, or have knots that slide. If children put their heads into these openings, the net can get tangled around their necks.
December 13, 1995
Basketball Net Recalled by Come Play Products
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Come Play Products Companyof Worcester, Mass., is announcing a recall ofapproximately 70,000 white nets included in its Junior ProBasketball Sets, model 2800, sold in 1992 and 1993. If thebasketball set's adjustable post is placed upside down,contrary to the instructions, a child under three can becomeentangled in the net and strangle.
July 7, 1995; Revised October 29, 2002
Baseball Training Toy Recall/Repair by Fisher-Price
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Fisher-Price Inc. of East Aurora, N.Y., is announcing a repair program for approximately 100,000 Baseball Training Centers. Fisher-Price is aware of five incidents in which batteries used in its No. 2875 Baseball Training Center overheated and exploded. Although only one minor injury has resulted, serious injury could occur if caustic battery contents come in contact with skin or eyes.
April 22, 1994
"Thunderbat" Noisemaker Plastic Bats Recalled by Processed Plastic
April 8, 1993
Sportcraft And Wilson Batting Tee Games Recalled
July 1, 1992
Aviva Sports, Inc. Voluntarily Recalls Sound Swing Bat
FEBRUARY 6, 1992
Batting Tee Game Recalled By Rawlings Sporting Goods
August 22, 1991
Sportcraft And Wilson Batting Tee Games Recalled
September 25, 1984
Squeeze Toys Recalled by Cutoy
November 29, 1977
Toy Golf Clubs Recalled by H-G Toys
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