December 10, 2012
- High-Powered Magnet Sets Recalled by Reiss Innovations Due to Ingestion Hazard; Sold Exclusively on Amazon.com
This recall involves high-powered magnet sets sold under the DynoCube.com brand name for use as a novelty item or desk toy. Each set contains 216 small, silver-colored, spherical magnets that are approximately 5 millimeters in diameter.
May 27, 2010
- Buckyballs High Powered Magnets Sets Recalled by Maxfield and Oberton Due to Violation of Federal Toy Standard
This recall involves the Buckyballs® high powered magnets sets labeled "Ages 13+". The set contains 216 powerful rare earth magnets. It is intended to build unlimited shapes and patterns. Since March 2010, Buckyballs® high powered magnets sets were labeled "Keep Away From All Children" and are not being recalled.
August 20, 2009
- Weight Watchers Recalls Plush Hungry Figures and Magnets Due to Puncture Hazard
The Hungry Figures and Hungry Magnets have orange plush exteriors. The Hungry Figure is about 6 inches long and the Hungry Magnet is about 4 inches long.
October 14, 2008
- Bar Magnets Recalled by Home Science Tools Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves Alnico 3-inch long bar magnets. The magnets are painted red and blue, and were originally packaged as a pair or as a component of a science kit. The magnets were sold as item number MG-BAR3AL.
July 24, 2008
- Pacific Science Supplies Recalls Magnets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
Magnets included in the recall:
July 24, 2008
- Horseshoe Magnets Recalled by Dowling Magnets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves the Classic Horseshoe Magnets. The 6-inch tall horseshoe magnet has a red plastic coating on the “handle” end. Each “foot” of the magnet has an engraved “S” or and “N.”
May 22, 2008
- American Scientific Recalls Magnets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves horseshoe, rectangular bar and U-shaped magnets sold primarily to schools for use in science classes. The magnets have red and blue paint on the surface of the magnet. Item numbers included in the recall are:
May 22, 2008
- United Scientific Recalls Magnets Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves magnets listed in the chart below. The model numbers are located on the magnets packaging. Only painted magnets are included in this recall.
December 21, 2007
- Super Magnet Toys Recalled by MTC Due to Aspiration and Intestinal Hazards
The ½-inch toys are shaped and painted to resemble panda bears. A small magnet is attached to the bottom of the toy. “Super Magnets” and the MTC logo are printed on the front of the packaging. The magnet toys are sold eight to a package.
December 12, 2007
- Horseshoe Magnets Recalled by United Scientific Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
This recall involves horseshoe-shaped magnets sold in five sizes. The horseshoes have red paint on the surface of the magnet. Product numbers included in the recall are: SHM020 (two inch), SHM030 (three inch), SHM040 (four inch), SHM050 (five inch), and SHM060 (six inch).