The following recalls have been announced:
—About 130 Sorelle brand "Prescott" fixed-sided cribs distributed by Albee Baby, of East Rutherford, N.J. The cribs are re-labeled fixed-sided Simplicity cribs that contain tubular metal mattress-support frames recalled in April. The mattress support frames can bend or detach, causing part of the mattress to drop, creating a space where a child can become wedged, entrapped or fall from the crib. In the Simplicity recall, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reported the death of a one-year-old child from Attleboro, Mass., who suffocated in a crib. CPSC has also received reports of 29 incidents involving the Simplicity cribs where the cribs collapsed due to the metal mattress support frame detaching or bending. The cribs involved in Tuesday's recall have "Sorelle Furniture" along with the company's address, the crib's model number and a manufacturer's code printed on a label on the headboard or footboard. Consumers can call 877-692-5233 for more information.
—About 14,400 Click Armband Bracelets, 7,900 Klick Klick Balls and 14,400 BoBo Balls distributed by Fun Stuff Inc., of Newport News, Va. The small balls on the end of the toy's arms can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. CPSC has received one report of a ball detaching in a 21-month old girl's mouth in Charlotte, N.C. She did not require medical treatment. Consumers can call 888-386-7833 for more information.
—About 50,000 Coleman WaterBeam 4D Water-Activated Floating Spotlights distributed by The Coleman Company, Inc., of Wichita, Kansas. The lens assembly can come apart from the main housing of the spotlight with force, posing a risk of impact injuries to consumers. The company has received 33 reports of the lens assembly coming apart, including 18 injury reports. Consumers can call 800-835-3278 for more information.
—About 3,500 spektrum receivers in the United States and 150 in Canada. The receivers are used with model airplane gliders and were imported by Horizon Hobby Inc., of Champaign, Ill. The receiver can lose contact with the model airplane glider's radio control while within normal radio range limits. The glider can fall from the sky and hit consumers. No injuries have been reported. Consumers can call 877-504-0233 for more information.