Land of Nod recalls toy xylophone because of choking hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that The Land of Nod is recalling toy xylophones they sell due to a potential choking hazard. The toy is both a pull toy and a musical instrument. The CPSC says that the xylophone “notes” are attached with pegs, and the pegs could potentially come unattached and a child could choke on them.

Consumers are urged to return the toys because they may be dangerous and, in turn, The Land of Nod, will issue a $45 refund and a $10 gift. They have sold about 500 of the toys have been solad and the have 22 reports of broken pegs with no injuries reported.

The Land of Nod sold the toys through their web-site and their stores. In the greater Seattle area, their store is located in University Village near the University of Washington campus.

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