While opening and closing, the metal clip can break, releasing small parts that may pose a choking hazard to young children.
The onesies contain levels of lead and phthalates in excess of allowable limits and may pose a risk of exposure to children.
The buttons at the bottom of the garment can come off, posing a choking hazard.
The size of the neck opening is larger than what the standard in the UK permits, which may cause an infant to slide into the sleep sacks, posing a suffocation hazard.
Part of the screen print on the top (covered in glitter) may peeled off while infant is wearing the garment posing a potential risk of chocking.
The CHEM C1000 and Glowing Chemistry science education sets contain chemicals and have been sold in Canada without the required bilingual safety warning statements and labels. These labels direct the user to important safety information regarding use of the chemicals provided with the product and communicate recommended age suitability for use of the products.
The drawstring inside the product is longer than 14 cm and presents a potential risk of jamming. This product is being recalled in response to a recall issued in Europe.
The product's spoon and fork can break and release small parts, thus posing a choking hazard.