Top 10 Recalled ToysToys some are recalled for a reason so there's a list about it. (I know it's a cliche but you might want to get that on this list) so LET'S GET STARTED!
I saw one of these directly in the top of a kids head first hand. He looked like a Christmas tree ornament! Like a character from Gumby. Like he was impersonating the asterisk key. X marks the spot and apparently it was on the top of his head!
This is the most recalled due to trying to kill people. Now Jarts are darts that was recalled because they have sharp metal tips which can injure poeple or even worse kell them.
They can kill you momo
This is another recalled dangeroius toy for the kiddies. The reason why its recalled is because when it flys it can hurt kids. ( despite that toys are SUPPOSE to hit kids if there not careful) it is till dangeroius and its recalled.
The toys (that inspired the 90s cartoon) was recalled by the CPSC. The cartoon (on VHS), however, was out of print and only sold at Amazon.
I had one and loved it
Same goes for the Talking Po Action Figure. I know that Po is from Kung Fu Panda which is owned by Classic Media whose company, DreamWorks, recalled the toy after saying "please bite or kick my butt".
Based in comments people have posted, this toy sounds TERRIBLE! "Bite my butt" something that not even the Basshall Movement gyals would say! And they're always shaking their butts!
They're creepy enough without tearing your scalp off.
I forgot the rest so I will use another top 10 list of recalled toys. The reason why this toy is recalled is because if its swallowed it could poison you and kill you. And this toy was recalled.
I had these and thought they were disappointing. We got I'd of them when we heard about the recall
It hasn't been recalled, but it has been known to be notorious for being mistaken for food, as it has the colors, smells and flavors compared to food.
Therefore it's a serious choking hazard and not completely safe for children.
No this is still in the shops.
One of them had a Barbie based design, a Clueless licensed Jeep design and a Winx Club based design. Those are recalled also.
Well this was not recalled. In fact it is one of those baby books where you press buttons to hear noises and phrases. But when you press the top right button it is supposed to say "let's try to use the potty" in some copies of the book it says (neither uh-oh or haha) then laughs then it says "WHO. WANTS. TO. DIE" really people?
That was recalled after it references the words of the lyrics to a certain song, "War" by Edwin Starr, in which the music goes like this "WHO. WANTS. TO. DIE? " Unfortunately, Edwin Starr died while fighting for freedom.
Who wants to die? I DO!
It has magnets and this toy was recalled. by the way kids think its candy and they swallow it and it links up in their body and rips organs. Worse of all they don't apper on X-RAY and need surgery to remove.
The quik clik brand involved small dolls which were a choking hazard, and they had magnetic clothing that snapped off violently, yet some kids hurt themselves purposefully, so they were recalled.
She is bigger nowadays.
Loved these as a kid
How did this get approved?
These looked colorful and fun, but contained flammable diesel hydrocarbons and being a long stretchy toy, it led to 410 incidents.
294 of those incidents involved strangulation and 116 others from exposure to the hydrocarbons which ignite when exposed to high temperatures.
For all those reasons they were finally called off.
Never play with anything that can cause cancer.
This put children at risk of cancer due to asbetos.
Remember, don't judge a book by its cover (or crayons by their color).
They were said to have asbestos but I still buy (and use) them!
@Gregory-I'm still buying them.
Got recalled because it was found to be a fire hazard, I still have mine from when I was like 7 around here somewhere though.
This item is used in water. But it can fly and turn over. Crushing the person riding the Kite Tube
These toys had a powerful ion battery that would explode, causing numerous injuries, so these were recalled.