Recently, the British government announced the recall of a series of substandard or potential safety products, including a large number of domestic toy products, involving AmazonEBay, wish and other platforms.
The recalled products are as follows:
1. Amazon platformEARSON baby bath toys
This is aBlue Coggiri shapeBaby bath toy with yellow hose and four suction cupsTo take a bathGlue the elephant to the bathtub, recall number is2109-0188。
During testing, the British Office of Product Safety and Standards found that the product was easy to break and some small cylindrical parts were found. Young children were likely to put these small parts into their mouths, posing a serious risk of suffocation. The product does not conform toThe requirements of the Toy Safety Regulations of 2011 have been recalled from consumers. At present, the product link has also been removed from Amazon.
2. Wish Platform LED Christmas Hat
Nearly a month after Christmas, Christmas products are still recalled.The recalled products of the Wish platform areA red felt Christmas hat with white trim and pompom. There is a white felt reindeer in the front of the hat, which containsLED light and button battery.
The UK Office of Product Safety and Standards believes that this productThe button battery in the LED lamp is easy to be touched by children and may be put into their mouth and swallowed. Therefore, the product is determined to have high chemical risk, injury and asphyxiation risk. The product does not meet the requirements of the 2005 General Product Safety Regulations and has been taken off the platform.
3. Joom platform LED flash bear plush toy
The recalled product is tied with a pink bow tieWhite plush teddy bear,There is acolourLED light, recall number is2111-0496。
The British Office of Product Safety and Standards believes that the fillings in the doll are easy to be taken out by children and eaten by mistake, which blocks their breathing and poses a serious risk of suffocation. This product does not comply withThe Toys (Safety) Regulations 2011 have been taken off the platform.
Other recalled products include wrist bells, building block toys, etc. It has to be said that the toy industry really has frequent recalls, especially some toy products suitable for young children. These children, because of their immaturity, are easy to eat some small parts by mistake when playing with toys. Sellers of this category must be careful when producing products to avoid a recall crisis.