Gillette is recalling about 87,000 disposable razors because a problem during manufacturing resulted in the misalignment of the blades in the razors, posing a higher risk of cuts during normal use. The recall involves Venus Simply3 disposable razors with lot numbers 9003A17400, 9007A17400 and 9009A17400. Affected units were sold at food, drug and mass merchandise stores nationwide from January 2019 to May 2019 for between $6 and $10. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled razors and contact Gillette to receive a postage-paid return label to return the razors and receive a voucher for a replacement.
Target is recalling about 29,000 toddler rain boots because the unicorn horn on the rain boot can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. The recall involves Cat & Jack brand “Lilia” unicorn rain boots in sizes 5-12. Affected units were sold at Target stores nationwide, online at target.com and on Google Express between January 2019 and April 2019 for about $20. Consumers should immediately take the recalled rain boots away from children and return them to any Target store for a full refund.
Target is recalling about 90,000 USB charging cables because the metal around the cord can become electrically charged if it contacts the USB wall charger plug prongs while charging, posing shock and fire hazards. The recall involves the “heyday” three-foot lightning USB charging cables. The charging cables are used to charge cellphones and other electronics that use lightning connectors. The model number 080 08 8261 is printed on the side of the product’s packaging. Affected units were sold at Target stores nationwide and online at target.com between June 2018 and January 2019 for about $15. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled charging cables and return them to any Target store for a full refund.
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