Recall Roundup: Beware Of The Dancing Teapot

In this edition of the Recall Roundup, a scary number of bicycle parts are recalled, grass cutters might cut humans, and we learn that a “dancing teapot” (pictured) is a lot less fun than the name makes it sound. Especially when it burns you.

Babies and Kids
Tumblekins Toys – can shatter; choking and laceration hazard
Kelty Single and Double Jogging Strollers – Front wheel may come loose
Papa Bear Loungeabouts Pajamas – items don’t meet federal flammability standards

Home & Appliances
Ganz dancing teapots – the handle becomes too hot to touch, burn hazard
Tassimo coffeemakers – burn hazard
Tassimo espresso discs: burn hazard
Touch Point (Meijer) Fan Heaters – fire and electric shock hazard
ECHO Gas Powered Backpack Blowers – possible defective fuel line; fire hazard
Map Pro, Propylene and MAPP Gas Cylinders – leakage and fire hazard
Honda Grass Trimmers – Cutting attachment may detach and cut humans instead of grass
Carlisle FoodService melamine cups and mugs – may break when exposed to hot liquids
Greenlee Folding Pocket Utility Knife – locking mechanism may fail; laceration hazard
Twin Oaks Hammock Stands – brackets may break
AmerTac LED Night Lights – may overheat; fire and burn hazard
Locker Brand Rx Lockers – lock doesn’t work

PRO Atherton Mountain Bike Handlebar Stems – bolts can come out, rider loses control of the bike
Fuji Saratoga Women’s Cruiser Bicycle – frame may break
Gore Ride-On Bicycle Brake Cables – may detach

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