Top 10 Toys Considered Choking HazardsSome toys, especially small ones, are considered choking hazard and many chi,Daren can’t distinguish them from food or candy.
Yet some toys were elastic and had strings capable of making someone strangle another or him/herself.
Balloons are fun for many children, but despite that they're choking hazard.
They're in fact the top choking hazard toy in that they're common and the number of incidents on children choking and suffocating, with many thousands of incidents reported.
Yet balloons pop easily and babies can chew on the pieces, leading to choking.
Many children under 3 can't distinguish toys from candy and balloons earn their warning of choking hazard and that they're not for children under 3.
Yet they even target the age to 8 years or older and take extra warnings seriously saying "children under 8 could suffocate and choke on uninflated or broken balloons, keep uninflated balloons from children, adult supervision required".
Which are also proof these are 1 for choking hazards.
These innocent looking toys are more dangerous than you think.
They've caused fears among many people of them popping along with choking hazards.
Numerous thousands have choked on them especially little kids.
It's especially advised that you shouldn't play with them if you're under 3.
They can even be used to attack others and stranglulize.
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Little children swallow these things and suffocate and choke.
Simple as that. Little kids be careful and stay away from these attractive explosive toys.
Legos are amongst the most popular toys, and also amongst the top choking hazards, with many incidents of children choking, because, after all, you know they're small pieces, and small pieces means choking hazard.
Keep your Legos away from babies, this will save your child's life.
Water beads were especially high as children thought they were candy and swallowed them, and since the human body's mostly made up of water, the balls trapped inside the body expanded, leading to severe dehydration and significant injuries treated only by surgery.
Yet they weren't even detectable by X-rays.
Since they were so dangerous, they were recalled.
Marbles are small round objects and many children can't distinguish small round colorful toys from candy, so they swallow them and choke.
Marbles are up here for that notoriety.
Stretchy toys like you'd find in ¢25 vending machines are usually small, meaning choking hazard, yet being stretchy, they're a top example of toys used for strangulation.
Which was exactly what toys like yo-yo water balls were notorious for.
After all, 294 out of 409 people were reported for strangulation and the toys were recalled.
This gun is long and slender, making it a severe choking hazard.
Last time I know toy guns or any kind of guns aren't good anyway.
It fires mini rockets that have the potential to land in children's mouths, making it a choking hazard.
Magnetix were known for being choking hazard in the 1st place, but they were magnetic and when let go, they flung off like projectiles landing into people's mouths and esophagus, causing them to choke and suffocate.
Yet worse was when they connected inside the body, more damage was made.
Yet 1 death along the way further proved the dangers of magnetix, so they were eventually recalled.
They contained many little parts, leading to kids swallowing them, making it a choking hazard.
Yet 10 people died using them.
In the U.S. there were countless children choking on them.
But not only that.
There were drugs detected inside them
recently, which made matters worse, so than goodness these were recalled in the U.S.
However despite their dangers, they appear to be making a return.
Which is why it is banned in US of A.
My 2-year-old cousin loves this...
Fidget Spinners may be notorious for distracting school students and some were recalled for containing dangerous levels of lead (the world's 2nd most toxic household chemical) at 825x the AAP's maximum safe level, but they're also known to be a choking hazard, with many reports of children choking on them.
Yet the small circles can fall off and land on childrens' mouths, posing a risk of choking of children.
Remember that children under 3 shouldn't play with toys with a choking hazard warning.
They're small toys making them choking hazard.
They used to be small enough to fit in your pockets, but now they're bigger.
Though there are still small parts that can make children choke.
Honestly, play-doh is really easy for little kids to mistake for food. What can I say? It has the color, texture, and even the smell of something that toddlers would like to put in their mouths. TOTAL CHOKING HAZARD!
They contain small pieces, making them a choking hazard.
Plus these aren't for children under 4, as they also pose an electric hazard.
Because they're made of plastic and little kids can bite on them before they fall into their esophagus, making them choking hazards.
My cousins played with these as toddlers...
They come with eggs then when cracked, become pieces that can be chewed and swallowed by little children, making them pose a choking hazard.
They warn customers of that.
They were anywhere from small toys to large balloon toys, which all meant choking hazard.
Yet the balloon toys came with small white chips of plastic, which of course were a choking hazard.
Plus they let children buy them with uninflated balloons, which is a risk as children under 8 shouldn't blow up balloons solo and Disney lets kids of all ages buy stuff.
Super balls are small rubbery bouncy balls, which are all a recipe for a choking hazard.
Therefore they're not suitable for children under 3.
Yet they're often found in candy and vending machines, making them a likelihood of being swallowed by little children unwarned.
You can wrap it around your neck, making it a toy for strangulation.
A MAJOR choking hazard.
They're made of rubber and kids can bite pieces off and chew them, making them a total choking hazard.
They contained plastic googly eyes that could fall off and land on childrens' mouths, making them a potential choking hazard.
They were pulled from the shelves of the World of Disney at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Kids under 3 swallow pretty much anything, so anyone that age with this would swallow it.
Yet since it's small and not meant to be eaten, it qualifies as a choking hazard.
Anyone under 3 eats everything, and slime is usually colorful and regardless of size, it can be broken apart by children and eaten.
Yet many brands contain excessive levels of boron, putting kids at risk of health problems.
They didn't contain spreader bars, so children suffocated and choked as they closed up.