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Recall: Projector flashlights with batteries children might swallow

Recall: Projector flashlights with batteries children might swallow

Greater than 82,000 of those flashlights are being recalled and oldsters are suggested to take them away from kids instantly.

Greater than 82,000 small, image-projecting flashlights that got out as a part of Disney-branded care packages are being recalled as a result of kids might get entry to the batteries. One little one has already undergone surgical procedure after swallowing one, the Shopper Product Security Fee stated Wednesday.

The flashlights are crimson, darkish blue or mild blue and branded Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Avengers or ESPN. They venture photographs of characters primarily based on these 5 properties. The flashlights are 3 inches lengthy, 1/2-inch in diameter and have a keychain on one finish.

The CPSC stated the flashlights have been a part of a care bundle that features a tote bag, silicone wristband, taking part in playing cards, ink pen, journal, wall decals and postcards. They have been distributed to hospitals and healthcare services between February 2021 and June 2021 by means of the Starlight Youngsters’s Basis. They have been freed from cost. 

The gadgets of concern are the 4 button cell batteries with mannequin quantity LR41. Halo, the importer of the product, stated it has acquired two studies of kids gaining access to the batteries. One in all them needed to endure surgical procedure to take away a battery they swallowed.

Anybody who has these are suggested by CPSC to take the flashlight away from kids instantly and get in touch with Halo for a pre-paid transport label to return it. Halo will then ship again a $5 reward card to what’s described as a “main nationwide retailer.”

Halo will be contacted at 855-425-6266 from 10 a.m. to six p.m. ET, Monday by means of Friday, by electronic mail at halo.security@halo.com, or on-line at https://halo.com/flashlightrecall.

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