The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday that it will recall about 7.5 million Baby Shark bath toys after reports that at least a dozen children have been injured.
Both the full-size and mini versions of this toy have been subject to a voluntary recall, following complaints of children falling or sitting on the full-size toy, with the commission and an El Segundo, Calif. Toy maker Zuru, which has Toy plastic top fin.
The upper fins of shark toys pose a “puncture, laceration and puncture hazard,” the commission said. Approximately 9 of the 12 reported injuries required medical attention or stitches. According to federal agencies.
The commission and Zur called on customers to stop using the recalled toys.
the toy shop said in the statement It said it was working with its retail partners to “remove and dispose” of products.
Both the full size Robo Alive Junior Baby Shark Thing & Swim Bath Toy and the Mini Baby Shark Swimming Bath Toy have been recalled. There were blue, yellow and pink. The full size version sings when placed in water. Not in mini version.
The recalled full-size toys were sold from May 2019 to March 2023, and mini toys were sold from July 2020 to June 2023.
Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Family Dollar, and Target are the major retailers that sold toys. Some online retailers also sold them.
Anyone who cuts off the fins, writes “recall” on the shark and uploads a photo of it online will get a refund. Directions are toy maker website.
Consumers will receive a full refund of $14 for each full-size toy and $6 for each mini-toy in the form of a prepaid virtual Mastercard.
Consumers can search for model number #25282 and a date code beginning with the letters “DG” followed by “YYYY/MM/DD” in the date range DG20190501 to DG20220619 to find the full size recalled shark. can determine whether there is
For recalled mini sharks, the model number will be #7163, #7175, #7166, or #25291 and the toy date code will be DG2020615 to DG2023525.