Approximately 30,100 Toy Wands Recalled by Feld Entertainment Due to Injury Hazard

REcalled wands were Sold Exclusively at Disney On Ice and Disney Live Shows

Mickey Mouse Wand / Approximately 30,100 Toy Wands Recalled by Feld Entertainment Due to Injury Hazard
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February 14, 2017

Feld Entertainment has issued a recall of approximately 30,100 Light-spinner toy wands. The top component can detach and expose an eight-inch metal rod, posing an injury hazard to young children.

This recall involves light-spinner wands with lot numbers 954544 and 954603 imprinted on the bottom of the toy. The light-spinner wands have either Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse at the top. The Mickey Mouse wands are yellow, red and black. The Minnie Mouse wands are pink, white and blue. The wands measure about 18 inches tall.

The toy wands were sold exclusively at Disney On Ice and Disney Live shows from October 2016 through November 2016 for about $22. To view a complete list of dates and locations at which the recalled wands was sold, click here.

To date, no incidents or injuries have been reported in connection to this recall.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled wands and contact Feld Entertainment to receive a full refund.

Consumers with any additional questions or concerns can contact Feld Entertainment at (800) 755-1530 or (703) 448-3683.

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