August 21, 2003
- CDX Trading Inc. Recall of Toy Jets
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), C.D.X. Trading Inc., of Ridgewood, N.Y.is voluntarily recalling Falcon Action Toy Jets. Small parts of the toy jet can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
June 6, 2002
- Megatech Recall of Rechargeable Battery Packs for Radio Controlled Airplanes
Megatech of North Bergen, N.J., is voluntarily recalling about 3,000 rechargeable, NiMh battery packs used with certain Megatech radio-controlled airplanes. These battery packs were included with Skyliner model radio-controlled airplanes. They are 7 cell, 8.4V battery packs and are covered in a light green plastic. They measure 1 1/4-inches wide, 3 7/8-inches long, and 1/2-inches thick. Airplanes with the recalled batteries were sold by Hammacher Schlemmer nationwide from December 2000 to March 2001 for a suggested retail price between $224 and $300. The batteries were also sold separately for approximately $36. The batteries were made in China and the battery packs were assembled in Taiwan.
May 24, 2002
- Spin Master Toys Recall of Firestormer and Skyblazer Toy Planes
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Spin Master Toys, of Toronto, Ontario is voluntarily recalling about 137,000 Firestormer and Skyblazer toy planes. The plastic air intake chamber of the air-powered toy planes can burst, throwing plastic pieces, posing a laceration, bruise and abrasion hazard to consumers.
February 8, 2001
- Toy Vehicles Recalled by Supreme Toys
July 9, 1998
- Jet Fighter & Animal Squeak Toys Recalled by In-Mar Trading
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), In-Mar Trading Inc., of Dorado, Puerto Rico, is recalling more than 10,000 various plastic toys. The squeeze toys that are part of this recall each contain a squeaker, and the jet fighter toy contains small parts, all of which can become separated from the toy. These small parts present a choking hazard to young children, and in some cases, an aspiration hazard which could result in death.
May 17, 1994
- "See-Thru Bi-Planes" Recalled by Toy Wonders
August 22, 1991
- SLM Corporation Recalls Toy Motorized Zippers Airplanes
December 20, 1988
- Race Cars, Jetplanes & Speedcycles Recalled by Acme Premium Supply
October 8, 1984
- Toy Airplanes Recalled by T.G. & Y