Peppy Pups: Potential for strangulation injuries. Despite the industry’s standard requiring strings on crib toys to be less than 12 inches in length, manufacturers are permitted to market pull toys like the 'Peppy Pup,' with a 31-inch cord.
Banzai Bump N' Bounce Body Bumpers: Kids as young as 4 are encouraged to “[s]lip into your bumper suit for a “bumpin’ bump ‘em’ fun time!” Kids are shown running into each other without any “protection” (not included), as recommended.
Warcraft Doomhammer: Kids as young as 6 are encouraged to “feel the power of the Horde!" with the "legendary Doomhammer." However, the manufacturer provides no warnings of potential impact injuries associated with swinging the plastic battle hammer.
Peppa Pig's Muddy Puddles Family: Despite the “choking hazard” warning and “3+” age recommendation on the packaging, other packages of what appear to be the same toys are sold for kids as young as “2+” with no warnings about toy-related hazards.
Slimeball Slinger: The "Slimeball" projectile “ammunition” can be fired "over 30 feet.” With such force used to launch the projectiles, it can cause eye injuries.
The Good Dinosaur Galloping Butch: To operate the toy, children as young as 3-years-old have to push on button on the toy’s rigid, pointed tail, which presents a potential for “significant puncture wound injuries” during playtime.
Baby Magic Feed and Play Baby: The toy is marketed toward 2-year-olds, and the included spoon is small enough that it could block a child's airway.
Nerf Rival Apollo Xv-700 Blaster: The ammo provided can shoot with enough force to potentially cause eye injuries. Images show kids wearing masks covering their face and eyes, however the face mask is “not included” and must be purchased separately.
Flying Heroes Superman Launcher: A spinning, flying Superman could fly into the child's eye and/or face.
Kids Time Baby Children's Elephant Pillow: Marketing images show an infant snuggling with the toy pillow, despite federal recommendations stating pillows for children under the age of 1 posing a choking hazard. Also, the package has no age warnings.