Sophie la Giraffe Bead Maze Recalled Due to Choking Hazard

Children’s Toy Poses Risk

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Monday, February 10, 2020 – Juratoys US Corp. has issued a voluntary recall on several batches of its Sophie la Giraffe Bead Mazes due to a potential choking hazard. The toy’s triangle-shaped piece has been found to fall short of mandatory U.S. standards for small parts.

The recall, issued Feb. 6, 2020, affects approximately 980 units sold in specialty stores for about $25 between February 2019 and November 2019.

Sophie la Giraffe Bead Maze is a round, wooden toy that includes a gray Eiffel Tower figure, a wooden giraffe figure, and three wooden beads: an orange triangle, a green star, and a red heart.

The recall includes the following batch numbers, which can be found on the underside of the packaging, above the barcode:

  • 9321/J09504/022019
  • 9474/J09504/042019
  • 9549/J09504/052019

If you own a Sophie la Giraffe Bead Maze that has been recalled, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Committee (CPSC) says you should immediately stop using the triangle piece. Contact us today to receive a free replacement piece.

If your child has been injured due to a dangerous or defective toy or product, contact OnderLaw at [phone-number linked=”true”] for a free, no-cost evaluation. You may be entitled to compensation.

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