Hanna Andersson has recalled about 4,400 baby long sleeve wiggle sets. The snaps on the long sleeve top can detach and pose a choking hazard to young children. The style number 66938 on the recalled sets is written on the main label at the neck. These sets were sold exclusively online in size zero months to three years old at hannaandersson.com. They were available from July 2021 through October 2021 for about $46. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled clothing set and contact Hanna Andersson for a full refund. All known purchasers are being contacted directly.
ABUS has issued a recall for about 800 MountZ youth medium helmets because they fail to comply with the U.S. CPSC federal safety standards for bicycle helmets. Printed on a label on the inside of the helmet is the model name (MountZ) with the manufactured date of March 2020 or October 2020. The recalled helmets were sold at independent bike shops nationwide in velvet black and polar white colors from April 2020 through October 2021 for about $80. While no injuries have been reported, consumers are advised to stop use of the recalled helmets and return them free of charge. Details for obtaining a full refund can be found at mobil.abus.com/usa/on-road/bike-helmets/voluntary-recall.
About 5,100 Turbo Racer, Cloud Racer, Captain’s Fort and Fort Highlander outdoor playsets have been recalled by Backyard Play Systems. The wooden parts used to reinforce and create a decorative gable design on the wooden roof of these playsets pose an entrapment hazard for children. The sets were sold exclusively online both at Costco (from March 2019 through May 2021) and at Lowe’s (from December 2020 through May 2021) for about $1,000. No incidents have been reported. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled playsets and contact Backyard Play Systems for a free repair kit. If a consumer is unable or does not wish to do the repair themselves, Backyard Play Systems will send a representative to perform the repair at no charge. The firm is contacting all known purchasers directly.
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