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A consumer group has warned parents that some models of fidget spinner have tested positive for lead and could be a risk for kids. Lead in Fidget Spinners Poses Risk to Kids, Consumer Group Says is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
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Target is pulling two fidget spinners after they were found to contain high amounts of lead.
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The move followed a report the toys had levels of lead higher than federal children's product regulations.
That fidget spinner your kid can’t put down? It turns out it may be putting children at risk for lead exposure. That’s according to a report out Thursday from a consumer advocacy group, the U.S. Publi...
A consumer advocacy group found lead in two brands sold at Target.
The toys are allegedly filled with unsafe levels of lead
Fidget spinners — the multipronged, whirling gadgets that became so popular this year that some schools banned them as a distraction — have been marketed as playful diversions meant to help people calm down and focus. But now a consumer advocacy group says that two types of fidget spinners being...
If you're planning to gift a fidget spinner this holiday season, take heed - the US Public Interest Research Group has found dangerously high levels of lead in some spinners sold at Target. In fact, one of the fidget spinners was found to contain 300 times the 100 parts per million allowable for children’s toys.[...]
A consumer advocacy group says two types of fidget spinners being sold at Target could be dangerous. The items seen here were found to contain as much as 330 times the federal legal limit for lead in children’s products, according to lab tests conducted PIRG.
You may want to consider putting the fidget spinner down.
A fidget spinner still available on the Target website contains 300 times the allowable level of lead for children's toys. That's OK, says Target, because fidget spinners aren't toys and therefore aren't subject to the restriction. From...Show More Summary
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