VTech Recalls Infant Rattles, Mobiles

VTech,  a world leader in age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children, has issued recalls for their Shake & Sing Elephant Rattles and Lights & Lullabies travel mobiles.

The Shake & Sing Elephant Rattles were recalled due to reports of the elephant’s ears breaking off, posing a choking hazard for small children.

The rattle has a purple elephant with yellow and blue ears at one end and a black and white plastic teething ring at the other end. VTech is stamped on the elephant. The rattle is about seven inches long and the number 1848 is printed on the back of the rattle adjacent to the battery door. The rattle sings when a button is switched on.

The Lights & Lullabies travel mobile was recalled due to the clamp cracking and causing injury. The recalled mobiles were sold in blue and pink. The model numbers are 80-503000 (blue) and 80-503050 (pink). The pink mobile was sold exclusively at Amazon.com. The mobile has a white and pink or white and blue plastic arm that clamps onto the side of a crib. It has three star attachments that hang from the top. The mobile has a music button that plays music, nature sounds and nursery rhymes. The mobile measures 5 inches wide by 15.8 inches tall.The model numbers are printed on the battery compartment door.

Consumers are recommended to immediately stop using the recalled items and contact Vtech at 800-521-2010 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or online at vtechkids.com and click on Support for more information or register online at https://www.vtechkids.com/support/support_form for a full refund or a replacement product.

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