Two Toys Recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commmission

On December 4th, the Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled two toys:

1. The K2 Revo Kick kickboards/scooters with item code l10700100 — The front assembly of the kickboard/scooter can break and the handle can partially or fully detach, and this can cause a rider to lose control and/or loss of balance.

2. Manhattan Toy Quixel baby rattles — The colored arches can break creating a choking hazard to a small child.

If you are in possession of either of these toys, discontinue their use and return them to the retailer from which you purchased them or directly to the manufacturer.   Contact information can be found on the Consumer Product Safety Commission site.   For more information on toy safety, the Consumer Product Safety Commission offers this advice.

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