Horse Pillows and Fairy Dolls Sold with Sleeping Bags Recalled

Date:
August 3, 2007
Category:
Toys & Games
Company/Brand:
The Orvis Company
The Danger:
The plastic button eyes on the stuffed horse and the pom-pom nose on the fairy doll toy can easily detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Description:
This recall involves about 220 horses and 1,300 fairy dolls.
  • The plush brown horse/pillow was sold as an accessory with the purchase of a Horse Animal Sleeping Bag. The horse pillow has outstretched fore and back legs and a bushy black mane and tail. It attaches to the sleeping bag with a hook/loop attachment on the belly of the horse. Stuffed horses with eyes directly embroidered on the plush fabric are not included in the recall.
  • The fairy doll toy was sold as an accessory with the purchase of a Unicorn Animal Sleeping Bag. The stuffed fairy doll has a sewn-on pom-pom nose, a pink satin dress with glitter netting as a ruffled collar, sleeves, and dress apron. The doll attaches to the sleeping bag with a hook/loop attachment on the bag and between the doll's wings. The fairy doll is one of three toys that attach to the sleeping bag. Also included are a large unicorn pillow and a small flat unicorn. The unicorn attachments are not included in the recall.
Sold At:
The Orvis Company mail-order catalog and Web site from September 2006 through December 2006 for about $70.
What To Do:
Take these toys away from young children immediately and contact The Orvis Company to obtain a refund or replacement horse and fairy doll. You can continue to use the sleeping bags while waiting to receive replacement toys. For more information, contact The Orvis Company toll-free at (866) 531-6199 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or visit their Web site at www.orvis.com/recall.
For More Information:
http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml07/07261.html

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