The handle can detach from the steel cup, posing a choking hazard to young children.
About 169,000 (In addition, about 11,000 were sold in Canada)
This recall involves a stainless-steel drinking cup included in Lovevery’s Inspector Play Kits for children aged seven to eight months. The recalled cups have a handle and measure 2.25 inches tall. Only cups with a handle are included in this recall.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled drinking cups away from children, stop using them, and contact Lovevery for a free replacement cup. Consumers will receive a free replacement cup after registering on the firm’s website, uploading a photo of their defaced cup with “X Recalled X” written inside of the cup with a permanent marker and affirming to Lovevery that the cup will be recycled according to local guidelines or disposed of in the trash. Lovevery is contacting all known purchasers directly.
Lovevery has received 70 reports of the handle of the drinking cup becoming partially or completely detached including two incidents where a child had the cup handle in their mouth. No choking injuries have been reported.
Lovevery Inc., of Boise, Idaho
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