Consumers Group's Top 10 Dangerous Toy List

November 15, 2017

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We're nine days way from black Friday and for many, it means loading up on Christmas gifts.  World Against Toys Causing Harm, or WATCH, unveiled the top 10 Most Dangerous Toys. The list is based on most recent childhood injury and fatality statistics.  They include Fidget spinners, which contain small parts that can be a choking hazard, Mattel's Wonder Woman sword has the potential to cause blunt-force injuries, Marvel's Spider-Man drone has multiple rotating blades that can lead to eye and other bodily injuries. Tolo Toys "Pull Along Pony" which has a 19 inch cord that could be a strangulation and entanglement hazard. Jetts Razor's "Heel Wheels" are strapped onto children's shoes to turn them into improvised roller skates but pose a burn risk because they include "real sparking action." Hallmark 'Itty Bittys' Baby Stacking Toy which includes small and larger rings that pose a risk of strangulation and suffocation.

The full list of 2017 'Worst Toys':

Hallmark "Itty Bittys" Baby Stacking Toy - Disney-themed versions have been RECALLED for fabric hats and bows that can detach, posing a choking hazard. Other versions include small and larger rings that pose a risk of strangulation and suffocation

Pull Along Pony-19 inch long cord ould be a strangulation and entanglement hazard.

Wonder Woman Battle-Action Sword - has the potential to cause blunt-force injuries.

Hand Fidgetz Spinners - contain small parts that can be a choking hazard.

Spider-Man Spider-Drone Official Movie Edition - multiple rotating blades that can lead to eye and other bodily injuries.

Nerf Zombie Strike Deadbolt Crossbow - isk of eye and face injuries with its pressurized pull back lever.

Slackers Slackline Classic Series Kit - can lead to severe injury and death, as the toy is meant to be hung between two trees.

Oval Xylophone - wooden stick may cause bodily injury.

Jetts Heel Wheels - pose a burn risk because they include 'real sparking action'

Brianna Babydoll - potential choking hazard as it includes small accessories.

SOURCE: Daily Mail & NBC News Washington

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