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Target Recalls Halloween LED Gel Clings Due to Choking and Button Battery Ingestion Hazards

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Recall date: October 20, 2016

Recall number: 17-020

Recall Summary

Name of product: LED gel clings

Hazard: The gel clings can separate and expose the inner decal and LED/button battery compartment, posing choking and button battery ingestion hazards to children.

Remedy: Refund

Consumers should immediately remove the recalled gel clings from areas with children and return them to any Target store for a full refund.

Consumer Contact: Target at 800-440-0680 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. CT Monday through Sunday, online at www.Target.com and click on “School/Stationery/Seasonal” on the product recalls page for more information, or the “Product Recalls” tab on Target’s Facebook page.

Recall Details

Units: About 127,000

Description: This recall involves six different Halloween-themed LED gel clings that come with two non-replaceable button cell batteries. The gel clings are for window use only and light up with a blinking light when you push on them. The six different gel cling designs are a green skeleton, pink skeleton, purple spider, black cat, orange pumpkin, and black bat. Model number 234-25-0904 is printed on the gel cling’s packaging.

Product Model Number Color/Description Size
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Green Skeleton 3”(L) x 2”(W) x .5”(H)
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Pink Skeleton 3”(L) x 2”(W) x .5”(H)
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Purple Spider 2”(L) x 4”(W) x .5”(H)
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Purple and Black Cat 2”(L) x 2.75”(W) x .5”(H)
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Orange and Black Pumpkin 2.75”(L) x 2.5(W) x .5”(H)
LED Gel Cling 234-25-0904 Green and Black Bat 2”(L) x 4”(W) x .5”(H)

Incidents/Injuries: None reported

Sold Exclusively At: Target stores nationwide from August 2016 through September 2016 for about $1.

Importer: Target Corp. of Minneapolis, Minn.

Manufactured In: China

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