Atico International USA Recalls Halloween Mini Projection Lights Due to Burn Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Five Below
Note: The firm is out of business, the remedy is no longer available, and the product should be discarded or destroyed. Sept. 02, 2015
Name of Product:
Halloween Mini Projection Lights
The mini projection lights can overheat and melt, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
November 01, 2012
This recall involves plastic Halloween mini projection lights. They are about 6 inches long and have Halloween-themed black designs on them. They were sold in orange, green and purple. The projection lights came in a cardboard blister pack with a purple background. The phrase "Ghouloween" is printed on the upper left-hand corner.
The firm is out of business, the remedy is no longer available, and the product should be discarded or destroyed.
Atico International USA has received two reports of incidents, including one minor burn injury.
Five Below stores nationwide during September 2012 for $1.25.
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