If you have any VTech products at home, you’ll want to check through your toy box immediately to see if you have these two items that can pose a choking risk or potentially cause injury to babies. On Wednesday, VTech recalled of two of its popular products: the Shake & Sing Elephant Rattle and Lights & Lullabies Travel Mobile.Over 300,000 units are affected by the VTech toy recall. Here’s what parents need to know about the VTech rattle and mobile recall.

photo: VTech/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

VTech Shake & Sing Elephant Rattle

The VTech Shake & Sing Elephant Rattle was recalled because the ears can reportedly break off and cause a choking hazard. The rattle has a model number 80-184800 with the number 1848 printed on the back. The rattles were sold between November 2015 and November 2017 at Walmart, Kmart, Meijer, Mills Fleet Farm, Seventh Avenue, and online at Amazon.com and zulily.com.

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photo: VTech/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

VTech Lights & Lullabies Travel Mobile

The VTech Lights & Lullabies Travel Mobile was also recalled because the clamp that is used to attach the mobile to a crib can break and cause the mobile to fall. The model numbers for the mobiles are 80-503000 (blue) and 80-503050 (pink). They were sold from February 2017 to November 2017 at Kmart, Walmart and online at Amazon.com and zulily.com.

photo: VTech/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

What You Should Do If You Have Any VTech Recalled Toys

If you have either of these items you should stop using them and contact VTech for a full refund. You can call Monday through Friday, 8am to 7pm at 800-521-2010 or file a claim online here.

Do you have either of the items being recalled? Tell us about it in the comments.

—Sher Warkentin

 

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