- February 2, 2010
- Toys & Games
- Jewelry & Accessories
- Playmates Toys
- The Danger:
- A cylindrical metal connector on a charm can contain excessive levels of lead.
- This recall involves about 252,000 charms sold with the Tiny Tink and Friends toy jewelry sets. The charm is attached to a cord using a metal ring and cylinder and included with the sets as a separate accessory that children can attach to the toy necklace, bracelet or key chain. The toy jewelry sets containing the charm accessory were sold in a variety of styles: Tinker Bell's Lil' Tinker Bracelet (item 74634, UPC 0 43377 74634 8); Tinker Bell's Lil' Tinker Bracelet (item 74641, UPC 0 43377 74641 6); Rosetta's Rosebud Key Chain (item 74631, UPC 0 43377 74631 7); Silvermist's Water Lily Necklace (item 74632, UPC 0 43377 74632 4)
- Sold At:
- Retailers nationwide from November 2008 through November 2009 for between $6 and $8.
- What To Do:
- Immediately take the charm and cord away from children, discard the items, and contact Playmates Toys for a replacement charm accessory. For more information, contact Playmates toys at (888) 810-1133 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or visit www.playmatestoys.com
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