In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, S. Rothschild & Co. Inc., of New York, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling for repair about 37,000 girls' iridescent, hooded winter jackets. The rubber petal and metal snap can break off of the jacket, posing a choking hazard to young children.
S. Rothschild has received two reports of the rubber petal coming off the jacket, including one child who reportedly put the petal in her mouth. The snaps have come off in subsequent testing.
The recalled jackets are blue, lilac, pink, raspberry and magenta and include sizes XS/2T - L4T, 2/4 - M/5-6 - L/6X, 3/6 - 6/9 - 12M - 18M 24M, and S/2T - M/3T - L/4T - XL/5T. The style numbers, which can be found on a tag attached to the left sleeve, are 52913, 52813J, 12913K, B2913, 32813, 12816C, 3281J, 82819D, 82816D, and 32816C. The jacket labels include the words, "Little Impressions," "Rothschild," "Izzi's Kids," or "Clockwise." The recalled jackets were made in India.
Major retail stores nationwide sold the jackets from May 2002 through December 2002 for about $25 to $45.
Consumers should stop using these jackets immediately and contact S. Rothschild and Co. at (800) 301-3411 between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday to arrange for the jacket to be repaired and returned free of charge.
Comarco has received 12 reports of the plugs breaking open, though no injuries have been reported.
The recalled AC plugs, which were sold with 70-watt AC power adapters, have the word "ChargeSource" printed on top of the plug. The black adapters have a model name of "Targus" and model number of PA-AC-70W-2, which can be found on a label on the back of the adapter. The name "Targus" also appears in white letters on the front of the adapter. The adapters were manufactured in the United States.
Major retail stores nationwide sold the adapters between July 2002 and March 2003 for between $90 and $120.
Consumers should stop using the AC plugs immediately and contact Comarco to obtain a free replacement plug. Consumers should contact Comarco at (800) 859-7928 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or log on to the company's website at www.regcen.com/comarco.
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has received one report of a child removing a button from the Woody doll. No injuries have been reported.
The recalled doll is a cowboy named Woody, a character in the animated films Toy Story and Toy Story II. The Woody doll is a soft-bodied doll with soft plastic head, hands, boots and hat; wearing blue jeans a red/yellow-checked shirt, a black/white-spotted vest with a sheriff's badge; a red-patterned bandana and is 13 inches tall. A label sewn into the left side seam of the doll reads, "WALT DISNEY WORLD (r)" on one side and "(c)DISNEY, ALL NEW MATERIALS, POLYESTER FIBERS," several State license numbers, and "WALT DISNEY ATTRACTIONS, LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL, PRODUCT OF CHINA" on the other side. Only the Woody dolls described above are included in the recall.
These recalled soft dolls were sold from January 2000 through January 2003 for about $12.
Consumers should immediately take the doll away from children and contact Walt Disney Parks and Resorts at (866) 228-3664 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday to receive a full refund. For more information, please visit our web site www.waltdisneyworld.com.
This recall does not involve items sold at the DISNEYLAND(r) Resort, through the Disney Store, the Disney Catalog, DisneyStore.com or at other retail outlets. Additionally, the talking versions of the Woody doll are not part of this recall.