See All CPSC Toy Recalls On One Page

So the CPSC is always recalling all sorts of crap, like the surprising candles which could lead to fire, or the snowboards which could lead to falling, but as a concerned parent, all you care about is the toys. The freakin’ toys. The ones with the lead and the chokey parts. Well, even though their website coder probably doubles as the meatloaf server at lunchtime, they’ve got a catchall page that is your go-to spot for all the toy hazard related recalls. Just memorize the simple URL:


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  1. Buran says:

    I’d rather play blissfully.

  2. darkclawsofchaos says:

    action figures are slowly becoming outdated, sure kids buy them, but not a ton of them like before, because now, video games are very good replacements as they get a bit older

  3. jrdnjstn78 says:

    are you kidding? I have 2 boys ages 11 and 8. When they were younger all’s they wanted was transformers (would that be an action figure) and if it was up to them they would get a new transformer everyday. I do have a ps2 and they like to play games now but they still want the new Transformers now. My youngest wants every single Lego and my oldest wants all the Bionicles.

  4. Electroqueen says:

    Man, that page is full of crazy stuff. When will our children learn that the only thing to put in their mouthes are food and drink?

  5. Kurtz says:

    Looks like the CSPC missed Happy Fun Ball.

  6. lostalaska says:

    Warning: do not look directly at Happy Fun Ball, do not anger Happy Fun Ball. Mattel takes no responsibility for missing limbs that could be caused by Happy Fun Ball. Mattel does not know what happy fun ball is made from as we found it after it fell out of the sky.

  7. bnorton says:

    @Electroqueen: Arround the age of 6-7

  8. Consumerist Moderator - ACAMBRAS says:


    Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.