Snap Bracelets Recalled Over Laceration Hazard
Toysmith and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have jointly called for a recall of close to 89,500 units of the snap bracelets since eight injury reports have been received by the firm.
Toysmith is the importer of China-made attractive snap bracelets in assorted metallic fabrics with animal figures such as seahorse, frog, snake, starfish, crab, lizard, dolphin, and fish. The snap bands’ fabric covering can wear off with use and expose sharp metal edges that can cause cuts.
The bracelets had been sold at Cost Plus World Market, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and other retailers from September 2011 to February 2012. Consumers are advised to return the products to the store where they bought them and ask for a refund.
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