Juratoys is recalling some of its toy trolleys after two reports of the trolleys falling backward and injuring children.
Both incidents ended in emergency room visits. One involved a tooth extraction and the other a cut to the child’s nose.
The French Cocotte Cooker trolley is red with orange wheels and includes a cooktop with fried egg shapes, an oven and eight accessories, including pots and pans, “Janod” printed on the side and front of the trolley and J06544 printed on the base of the toy.
The DIY-Magnetic trolley is gray and black with red wheels with work station and tools. “Bricolo” is printed on the front of the DIY-Magnetic trolley and J06505 is printed on the base of the toy.
The Redmaster-Magnetic DIY trolley is black and gray with red wheels and 21 accessories, including three magnetic tools and a set of gears. J06493 is printed on the base of the toy.
The Barbecue trolley is brightly colored and comes with a magnetic spatula, magnetic barbecue fork, one piece of pork, two sausages, one fish, one piece of beef, and three tomatoes. J06523 is printed on the base of the toy.
The trolleys measure approximately 17 inches tall and have a 1 foot by 1 foot base.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Bricolo by Janod push toy trolleys and keep them out of the reach of young children until they have installed a repair kit, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Juratoys will provide a free repair kit that includes instructions, tools, and footers to prevent the toy from tipping backward.
Juratoys' toll free number is 877-277-1663 and can be reached from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Frida. Or go to www.janod.com and click on “Product Recall” under the “Janod Express” tab at the top of the page for more information.
The toys were sold in toy stores nationwide including Giggle and Saks Fifth Avenue, and online at Zulily.com from September 2012 to March 2017 for about $100. The Janod Barbecue trolley sold for about $70.