The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Zuru baby shark bath toys due to a risk of skin injuries. The recall was announced on June 22, 2023.
Why were Zuru’s bath toys recalled?
According to the CPSC, if a child falls or sits upon the hard plastic fin of a baby shark toy, they could get cut or impaled.
Zuru received 12 reports of children becoming injured from falling or sitting on baby shark bath toys. Nine of the injuries required stitches or medical attention.
Around 7.5 million baby shark bath toys were recalled.
What models of Zuru’s baby shark bath toys are included in the recall?
The recall involves Robo Alive Junior Baby Shark Sing & Swim bath toys in full-size and Robo Alive Junior Mini Baby Shark Swimming bath toys in miniature sizes.
Full size baby shark bath toys were sold in yellow, pink and blue, sold individually or in a pack of three. The recall for full-size models includes model number 25282 and date code range DG20190501 through DG20220619.
Miniature size baby shark bath toys were also sold in yellow, pink and blue. The recall for mini-size baby shark bath toys includes the following model numbers:
The model numbers also include the date range DG2020615 through DG2023525.
Baby shark bath toys with a hard plastic top fin are included in the recall.
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the recalled Zuru baby shark bath toys.
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