The mirror can come out of the silicone bear cover if pushed, exposing sharp edges of the mirror, posing a laceration hazard to children.
About 85 (In addition, about 18 were sold in Canada)
This recall involves Konges Sløjd Baby Mirror Activity Toys. The wobbler/tumble toy is made of silicone, is inflated with air and has a mirror glued in the center opening which measures about 3 inches in diameter. The item number KS2497 and batch number 062021 are printed on the bottom of the toy. Embossed on the back of the toy is the company logo, address and the words ‘Designed in Denmark, made in China.’
Consumers should immediately take the toy away from children, stop using the recalled Konges Sløjd Baby Mirror Activity Toy and contact Konges Sløjd for a full refund.
Konges Sløjd has received one report of the mirror edge becoming exposed while a child was playing with the toy, resulting in cuts on the child’s gums and corner of the mouth.
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