On Oct. 12, 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled The Fort’s children’s play tents due to a risk of choking and lacerations.
According to the CPSC, the magnets used to connect the pieces of the play tents can become dislodged from their pouches, creating a choking hazard for children and/or a risk of lacerations.
Seventeen incidents of loose or broken magnets in the recalled play tents have been reported.
Approximately 13,250 units have been recalled.
The recall involves all The FORT’s children’s play tents. The play tents were sold in 12 colors and came with 12 cushions in various shapes: squares, rectangles, half-moons, triangles, and arches.
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled play tents immediately and to dispose of them. The CPSC also urges consumers not to resell or donate these play tents. It is a violation of federal law to do so with recalled products.
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