February Recall Roundup: Stop That Baby Walker!

In this month’s Recall Roundup, recalls are here to protect babies’ fingers, adults’ wrists, and anyone who uses a toilet.

Britax B-Agile, B-Agile Double, and BOB Motion strollers – risk of finger amputation
Fred & Friends Novelty Pacifiers – choking hazard
BebeLove Baby Walkers – does not stop at top of stairs
Infantino Coco the Monkey teether (Target) – monkey’s tail may all off; choking hazard


Coleman Runestone Children’s Shoes (Big 5 Sporting Goods) – metal rivets may scratch user
U.S. Polo Assn. Girl’s Jackets – strangulation hazard due to collar
Lion Force Boys’ Puffer Coats (Burlington Coat Factory) – strangulation hazard
Girls’ Sugarfly Hooded Jackets (Burlington Coat Factory) – strangulation hazard
KRITTER and SNIGLAR Junior Beds – metal bar on guardrail may break


Home & Kitchen
Flushmate III Toilet System – may cause toilet explosions
Bodum Rose Gold-Colored French Presses (Starbucks) – may shatter
General Electric dehumidifers – risk of fire
Genie Garage Door Openers – fire hazard
System Sensor reflected beam smoke detectors – may fail to send signal to control panel and not alert anyone to fire
LEM Products 5-Tray Food Dehydrators – electric shock hazard
HDX and Powermate two-gallon air compressors – electric shock hazard

Horizon Hobby Remote Controlled Model Helicopters – tail rotor may fall off, causing crash


Sports & Outdoors
Ski-Doo and Can-Am Lithium-ion Rechargeable Batteries and Heated Gloves – fire hazard
Rollerblade USA Tempest Inline Skates – boot and wheels may separate
Cervélo Bicycles with 3T Aduro Aero Handlebars – forward extension mounts may break
West Marine Folding Bicycles – frame may break
Reebok-CCM EP20K Senior Hockey Elbow Pads – padding may become brittle and split
Suunto Scuba Air Hose – hose may leak or rupture; drowning hazard
Sterling Rope Company Sewn Cords – may break at lower weight than previously thought
LED Flashlights (Academy Sports) – Battery may short and rupture; burn hazard

Ergotron Television Wall Mounts – TV or monitor may fall due to weld failure

Various Aston Martin models, 2008-2014 – counterfeit pedals
Polaris Ranger Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles – throttle cable may come loose
Club Car Golf and Transport Vehicles – passenger side hip restraint may break, causing passenger to fall out
Kawasaki USA Off-Road Motorcycles – fuel leak and fire hazard

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