- August 30, 2006
- Toys & Games
- Wild Planet Toys
- The Danger:
- When partially filled with water, the pool toy can stand upright on the pool floor with the rigid narrow end pointed upward, posing a puncture hazard.
- This recall involves about 273,000 pool toys. The Jet Streamers Outdoor Antics! Pump-Action Water Blasters are straight squirt guns for the pool. The Jet Streamers measure 9 inches long with a bulbous water reservoir at one end and a rigid tapering handle containing a small water intake hole at the other end. The tapering handle is gray while the bulbous water reservoir varies in colors of white/green, blue/yellow, and orange/silver. Tiny raised lettering on the Jet Streamers' handles state, "©2002 Wild Planet Toys, San Francisco, CA, USA, Made in China." The toys were sold as a 2-pack set, in packages with other pool toys, such as dive balls and magnet dive gloves, and with boys' swim trunks. The product packaging is labeled "Jet Streamers," "Wild Planet," and is for children ages 5 and older.
- Sold At:
- Target, Kohl's, Internet retailers, discount department stores, and toy stores nationwide from February 2003 through August 2006 for between $6 and $13 a set.
- What To Do:
- Stop using the Jet Streamers immediately and contact Wild Planet for a replacement product. The replacement product has an angled handle that prevents the handle of the toy from standing upright. For more information, contact Wild Planet Toys at (800) 247-6570 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, visit www.wildplanet.com/jetstreamers, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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