Otteroo is recalling about 3,000 baby floats because the seam on the flotation device can leak air and deflate, posing a risk of drowning. The recall involves the Otteroo Inflatable Baby Float, a round ring made of clear and blue plastic material. It has two air chambers that fasten around a baby’s neck with a white buckle. Affected units were sold at Otteroo.com, Amazon.com and Zulily.com from January 2014 through July 2014 for about $35. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled baby floats and contact the firm to receive a free replacement.
Bunnies by the Bay is recalling about 800 pull toys because the hub caps on the wheels can break or come off the wheel, posing a choking hazard for young children. The recall involves Bud, an 8-inch high soft brown puppy with a blue and white pull cord that stands on red wooden wheels with blue hub caps and Skipit, an 8-inch high cream-colored bunny with an orange and white pull cord that stands on blue wheels with orange hub caps. Affected units were sold at gift and specialty stores nationwide and online at Bunniesbythebay.com and Amazon.com from February 2015 through April 2015 for about $30. Consumers should take the toys away from young children immediately and return thm to where they were purchased for a full refund.
Pali is recalling about 18,000 pieces of children’s furniture because the plastic restraint strap used to attach the armoires, combos, dressers and hutches to a wall can break and allow the unit to tip over. Falling furniture can result in injuries to young children, from soft tissue bruising to broken bones, head injuries and death by suffocation when a child is pinned under a heavy piece of furniture. The recall involves Pali Design armoires, combos, dressers and hutches sold separately or in the following collections: Karla Collection, Mantova Collection, Milano Collection, Salerno Collection, Volterra Collection, Wendy Collection and West Point Collection. Affected units were sold at independent specialty stores nationwide, at Pequeno Angelito in San Juan, Puerto Rico and online from January 2006 to September 2010. Consumers should immediately place the recalled item out of reach of young children and contact Pali Design for a free retrofit kit that contains newly designed restraint straps, mounting hardware and installation instructions.
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