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Chicken Toys Recalled by Bingo Deals Due to Choking Hazard (Recall Alert)

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  • Recalled egg laying chicken toy
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Name of Product:
Egg laying chicken toys

The toys contain small eggs and the chicken can break into small plastic pieces, both posing a choking hazard to children.

Recall Date:
December 13, 2016
About 2,700
Consumer Contact

Bingo Deals toll-free at 888-429-1679 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET on Friday, email or at Bingo Deal’s website and click on Recall Safety at the top of the page.

Recall Details


This recall involves the Bump 'N Go Walking Egg Laying Chicken with light, sound and music. The battery-powered plastic toy is a yellow chicken with an orange head and orange wings. The chicken toy includes three white plastic eggs that are placed into the back of the chicken and then released from the bottom. The chicken measures 7 inches wide by 6 inches tall by 7 inches deep. The eggs measure one inch wide by one inch tall by one inch deep. “QQ Chicken” is printed on the wing. A small yellow chicken sits on the chicken’s back.


Consumers should immediately take the chicken toy and eggs away from children and contact Bingo Deals for a full refund. Bingo Deals is contacting consumers who bought the toy directly.


None reported

Sold At

Online at and Bingo Deal’s website from July 2015 through June 2016 for about $20.

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