Toys R’ Us have recalled the line of Oball Rattles, sold in 2016, amid fears that children could choke on the small beads inside. The recalled rattles have three clear plastic chambers of small beads.
Made by popular toy manufacturer Kids II, who have been producing toys safely since 1969, the Oball rattle, available in a number of different colours is aimed at children between 0-3 months.
I think I’ve got one of these rattles – how do I tell?
The recalled porducts have three clear plastic shaped bead chambers, one of which is filled with five orange beads. Rattles with the date codes T0486, T1456, T2316 and T3065 have been recalled. You’ll be able to find this code on a small triangle on the inner surface of the rattle. If you are not sure, we recommend you remove the rattle from your child immediately as a precaution.
What to do if you’ve got a Oball rattle
If you do have one of these recalled Oball Rattles, remove it from your child right away and fill out the registration form on this page. As with all recalls, you are entitled to a full refund.