April Recall Roundup: Flaming Monster Truck Edition

The boys’ t-shirts at Kohl’s feature a monster truck jumping over a row of vintage convertibles and tall orange flames, and come with a free toy monster truck to match. This design turned out to be oddly prescient when customers inserted batteries in the trucks and they smoldered or caught fire. Yes, it’s time for the Consumerist Recall Roundup, with a diverse assortment of products lurking in your home, waiting to kill or maim you and your children.

Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktop Computers – fire hazard

Babies and Kids
Safety 1st Cabinet Locks – lock can be opened by small children
Umbro Boys’ Jackets (Ross stores) – drawstring entanglement hazard
Louise Paris Girls’ Jackets (Ross stores) – drawstring entanglement hazard
Guidecraft Children’s Play Theaters – may tip over
Nan Far Woodworking Drop-Side Cribs – entrapment, suffocation, and fall hazard
Topeak Babyseat II Bicycle Carrier Seats – finger amputation hazard
Toy Truck Gifts with Purchase at Kohl’s – fire hazard

Home and Garden
Hydro-Gear Hydrostatic Lawn Tractors – crash hazard
Westinghouse Ceiling Fans – electric shock and fall hazard
Leggett & Platt Adjustable Mattress Bases – fire hazard
Viking Dishwashers – fire hazard
Office Depot Desk Chairs – fall hazard
STOK Gas Grills – fire and burn hazard
West Elm Folding Chairs – fall hazard
Husqvarna Grass and Hedge Trimmers – Fire hazard

Bon Hiver Freebase Snowboard Bindings – may shatter, posing fall hazard
GT, Giant and Trek Bicycles – fall hazard
Baja Motorsports dirt bikes – fuel tank leaks; fire and burn hazard
Easton Raptor Lacrosse Helmets – chin bar may break
Specialized Bicycle Components Bike Brake Levers – crash hazard

Medicine and Supplements
X-ROCK male sexual performance enhancement supplement – contains analogue to sildenafil (Viagra), may cause same side effects as Viagra

Harry & David Kansas City Style Barbeque Almonds – undeclared peanuts