Recall Round-Up: January 8, 2021

Recall Round-Up The Cooper Firm

Recall Round-Up: January 8, 2021

This edition of Recall Round-Up features recalls from major retail outlets Target and Home Depot. Be sure to regularly check out our blog for more recall information from around the web.

  • Target Recalls 300k Cloud Island infant rompers

    Major retailer Target recalled nearly 300,000 Cloud Island infant rompers this past month. According to the CPSC, the rompers have snaps that can detach and pose a choking hazard. The Cloud Island rompers were sold in sizes newborn to 12 months in 5 styles: Waterfront Baby Boutique (single), Little Peanut and True Navy (2 pack), Little Wildflower and Joyful Mint (2 pack), Oh Honeybee and Pink (2 pack), and Floral Fields and Mint (2 pack). These items were sold at Target stores and online July 2019 through October 2020  in both the single and the 2 pack styles. The CPSC received 16 reports of snaps detaching from the rompers and 2 reports of injuries. Consumers should immediately discontinue use of the romper and return to any Target store for a full refund.


  • Target Recalls 180k Cat & Jack infant rashguards

    Target also announced a recall of 181,000 Cat & Jack infant & toddler rashguard swimsuits due to a similar choking hazard. The snaps on the one-piece rashguards can break or detach. The following styles are included in the recall for sizes 12 months to 5T: Summer Blue Lemon, Icon Story Hawaiian,  and Peach Lemon. The CPSC received 27 reports of snaps breaking including one injury.  These items were sold at Target stores and online December 2019 through October 2020. Consumers should discontinue use of the swimsuit and return to Target for a full refund.


  • King of Fans recalls 182k Hampton Bay ceiling fans sold exclusively at Home Depot

    Home Depot announced a recall of approximately 182,000 Hampton Bay ceiling fans due to a potential injury hazard. According to the manufacturer King of Fans, the blades on the Hampton Bay 54-inch ‘Mara’ fan can detach from the fan while in use. So far, the CPSC has received 47 reports of blades detaching including 2 personal injury reports and 4 property damage reports. The indoor/outdoor fan was sold exclusively at Home Depot April 2020 through October 2020. Consumers should immediately stop using the fans, visit the recall site on King of Fans’ website here, and foll0w the steps to inspect the device. If the consumer notices the blades moving or uneven gaps during this inspection, they should contact King of Fans for a free replacement.


If you’ve been injured as a result of a recalled product, please contact us today. We also encourage anyone to visit the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration websites to file formal complaints about potential safety hazards.


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