Auldey Toys Recalls Sky Rover Toys Sold with Charging Cord That Poses Fire Hazard

The recalled Aero Spin and Aero Cruz Sky Rover toys were sold at Walmart and other mass merchandisers and independent toy stores nationwide

Aero Spin and Aero Cruz Sky Rover toys recall
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June 13, 2016

Auldey Toys has announced a recall affecting approximately 325,000 remote-controlled flying toys. The USB charging cords sold with the recalled toys can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards to consumers.

This recall involves yellow USB charging cords sold with Aero Spin and Aero Cruz Sky Rover toys. The toy is shaped like a ball with two blades on top, wings on the side and measures about 3.5 inches tall by 5 inches wide. The toys are operated by a small one-channel remote control unit.

The following item numbers are included in the recall: YW859110-2, YW859110-3, YW859110-5, YW859110-6 or TTYW859110-5. The item number is printed on a white sticker on the toy's packaging.

The recalled Aero Spin and Aero Cruz Sky Rover toys were sold at Walmart and other mass merchandisers and independent toy stores nationwide and online from January 2015 through January 2016 for between $11 and $15. The toys were available in red, orange and citron green. Only the yellow USB charging cords are included in this recall.

To date, Auldey Toys says that it has received 35 reports of charging cords overheating. No injuries have been reported.

Consumers should immediately stop using the defective USB cords and contact Auldey Toys for instructions on obtaining a free replacement cord.

For additional information on this recall, contact Auldey Toys by phone at (844) 303-8936.

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