Recalls: Unpowered Nonwheeled Riding Toys

June 25, 2015 Northern Tool + Equipment Recalls Little Digger Toy Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard

This recall involves Wel-Bilt brand Little Diggers, Item # 28303. It is a stationary scooper toy with moveable poles that allow the child to scoop items up into the bucket. The item has a red powder-coated steel frame with a black plastic seat and black adjustable scoop with two yellow plastic grips on the poles and a six-sided frame base. The measurements are about 17 inches high and 25 inches wide. It has a manufacture date of August 2014 through June 2015. Wel-Bilt is printed on the front of the bucket and the manufacture date is written on the tracking label located on the bucket. The item number #28303 is printed only on the toy's packaging Read more.

April 21, 2011 Disney Princess Plastic Trikes Recalled by Kiddieland Due to Laceration Hazard

This recall involves the Disney Princess Plastic Racing Trikes. The trikes are pink and fuchsia with a purple seat and wheels. On top of the handlebar, there is a rotating castle display surrounded by three princess figures. "Disney Princess" is printed on the label in front of the trike just below the handlebar. Read more.

April 21, 2011 Children's Scooters Recalled by Kiddieland Due to Laceration Hazard

This recall involves three models of Kiddieland “Lights and Sounds” three-wheeled scooters including a red Spiderman, a blue Thomas & Friends™ and a pink girl’s scooter. The scooters have buttons on the handle that play music and sounds. “Kiddieland” is molded on the back of the steering mechanism. Spiderman or Thomas & Friends™ are found on the steering mechanism and platform. The girl’s model has butterflies on the platform. Read more.

November 10, 2010 Big Ideas Marketing Recalls to Repair Horse-on-a-Stick Toys Due to Strangulation Hazard

This recall involves horse-on-a-stick toys with a bridle and reins. The toys are filled with polyester fiber and have a fluffy mane. The horse’s ears are embroidered with the words “PRESS HERE” in red. The horse makes neighing and galloping sounds when the ears are pressed. Read more.

November 10, 2010 Rocking Horse Depot Recalls to Repair Rocking Horse Toys Due to Strangulation Hazard

This recall involves Rocking Horse Depot’s small, medium and large rocking horses with bridles. The rocking horse has a hardwood frame and is covered with synthetic hide. Each rocking horse has fluffy mane and tail, and a leather Rocking Horse Depot emblem on the right side of the saddle. Read more.

March 27, 2008 Plush Rocker Toys Recalled By Tek Nek Toys Due to Fall Hazard

This recall involves Rock ‘N Ride plush rocker toys sold in eight models: brown pony, pink pony, pink unicorn, deluxe pony, deluxe bull, lil’ penguin, lil’ propeller plane and Clifford big red rocker. The toys have molded plastic rocker bases and were sold for children at least 18 months old and up to 65 lbs. A button on the toy’s ear, hat or dash activates songs and phrases when pressed. Rockers included in this recall have a date code from July 26, 2007 through December 29, 2007. The date codes are printed on a sticker inside the battery compartment. Read more.

October 15, 1987 Wonder Spring Ride-On Horses Recalled By CBS

Wonder Spring Ride-On Horses Recalled By CBS NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 Note: Firm out of business. Do not use these products. Please discard or destroy these products. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Originally issued October 15, 1987; Revised September 5, 2001 Release # 87061 CBS "Wonder" Spring Ride-On Horses Recalled WASHINGTON, DC -- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, CBS Inc., New York, New York, announced a voluntary recall and replacement of the plastic bodies of its "Clippety Clop" "Comanche" and "Colt" ride-on toy "Wonder" horses because the plastic body may break during use. CBS has received 105 complaints that the body of the toy has broken without warning while being ridden, causing the rider to fall suddenly. Forty of these incidents resulted in injuries such as cuts, scrapes and bruises. The "Wonder" horse is a painted plastic riding toy, sometimes known as a hobby horse. The body of the horse is suspended by four springs from a tubular blue or blown metal frame. Children sit on these toys and rock or bounce while holding onto dowels attached to the horse's head. Over 114,000 of these ride-on toys, produced and distributed to retailers between March 1984 and May 1986, have been sold nationally for approximately $60 each. Only those units produced prior to June 1986 by the Wonder Unit of CBS Toys are affected by this recall. Any "Wonder" horse with a silver label on the horse's belly, or with a number higher than 86207 stamped on its belly, is not affected by this recall. These toys were produced beginning in June 1986 from a modified mold. Consumers should immediately stop using this product and retailers should immediately remove the product from sale. The firm is out of business and a replacement is no longer available. Please discard or destroy the recalled product. Consumers may also call the Commission's toll-free hotline number at 800-638-CPSC for assistance in identifying products subject to this recall. A teletypewriter number for the hearing impaired is (301) 595-7054. Read more.