- September 15, 2010
- Jewelry & Accessories
- CEC Entertainment, Inc.
- The Danger:
- If crushed or pulled apart, the plastic casing can break into small pieces and possibly expose the batteries, posing an ingestion hazard to children. If ingested, the batteries may be damaging to the stomach, intestines, esophagus, or nasal mucus membrane.
- This recall involves about 1,100,000 Light-up Rings and 120,000 Star Glasses. The rings were distributed as part of a promotional product offering or during parent-teacher association conventions. The ring measures 1 1/8 inches across and is made of plastic with a black elastic band. The ring comes in several colors: blue, green, purple, yellow, and pink. The back of the ring is fastened either with screws or glue. The glasses were distributed as part of a birthday package. The glasses measure about 5 1/2 inches across by 2 1/2 inches tall and are made of red translucent plastic and have the words "Chuck E. Cheese's" painted on the side.
- Sold At:
- Chuck E. Cheese's Restaurants from April 2009 through June 2010 (Light-up Rings) and April 2010 through August 2010 (Star Glasses).
- What To Do:
- Immediately take the Light-Up Ring away from children and return it to any Chuck E. Cheese's to receive a choice of either a refund of $1 plus four Chuck E. Cheese's tokens or a Soccer Promo-Cup plus four Chuck E. Cheese's tokens. You should also immediately take the Star Glasses away from children and return them to any Chuck E. Cheese's for your choice of either a refund of $4.99 or a Flashing Hands prize product. For more information, contact Chuck E. Cheese's toll-free at 888-778-7193 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ,or visit chuckecheese.com
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