March 21, 2003
- Raymond Oak Inc. Recall of Toy Chests
Raymond Oak Inc., of Fountain Valley, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 200 toy chests. The toy chests are wooden and were manufactured with a natural birch or oak finish. The chests measure 36-inches in length, 20-inches in width and 21-inches in height. A sticker on the toy chests reads "MADE IN CHINA" and "SC51CT-MP." Furniture stores nationwide sold the recalled toy chests from May 2000 through January 2002 for about $99.
September 4, 2002
- Playskool Toy Chests Sold at Target Recalled by XL Machine Ltd.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), XL Machine Ltd., of Eden Prairie, Minn., is voluntarily recalling about 3,300 toy chests. Screws in the chests' lid support hinges can loosen over time, and come out from the base of the toy chests. If this happens, the lids of the toy chests can collapse suddenly, possibly causing injuries to children's head, neck, fingers or hands.
May 31, 2002
- Southern Wood Products Recall of Children's Toy Box
Southern Wood Products of Sparta, Tenn., is voluntarily recalling about 600 toy boxes that measure 24 inches by 16 inches by 35 inches. The toy boxes were sold in the following colors: oak, white, cherry, and natural. The recalled toy boxes have manufacture date codes of 8502-021502A and 8502-030702A on a sticker located on the back or bottom of unit. The sticker also has the company's name and address. JC Penney sold the toy box through its catalogue from Feb 2002 until March 2002. The toy box was manufactured in the USA.
February 3, 2000
- Toy Chests, Ladies' Robes, Men's Sweatshirts & Vanguard Engines & Fuel Filters
December 3, 1998
- Plastic Toy Storage Chests Recalled by IRIS U.S.A.
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), IRIS U.S.A. Inc., of Pleasant Prairie, Wis., is recalling about 100,000 plastic chests. These chests, that were originally marketed for the storage of toys, lack a lid-support device, do not have adequate ventilation when the lid is closed and have latches that secure the lids. Children could be entrapped and suffocate inside the chests.
July 22, 1998
- Toy Chests Repair/Recall by Crate & Barrel
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Crate & Barrel ofNorthbrook, Ill., is recalling about 7,000 toy chests forin-home repair of their lids. The toy chest's lid supportcan fail, allowing the lid to fall onto a child's head orneck. A child could become entrapped at the neck andstrangle.
January 12, 1998
- Toy Chests for In-Home Repair
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Step 2 Company of Streetsboro, Ohio, is recalling about 350,000 Big Storage Chests for in-home repair of their lids. The lids of the toy chests can fall down onto a young child's head or neck, which could result in the child being entrapped and possibly strangled.
March 27, 1991; Revised July 10, 2001
- Decorator Cube Safety Warning
February 25, 1974
- Toy Chest Warning by Jackson Furniture