Argos recalls stuffed horse toy because of choking fears

Argos recalls stuffed horse toy because of choking fearsFamous High Street retailer Argos has recalled the stuffed toy Chad Valley Pipsie the Interactive Horse. The reason is choking fears and safety.

According to ToyNews, there is a recall statement which points out the exact issues with Chad Valley Pipsee. The problem lies with some of the internal parts of the stuffed toy horse.

The statement recall reads: “A fault has been identified where the apples could break apart and release the internal magnet. This is a choking hazard and if ingested could lead to internal injuries.”

The apples are part of the set of accessories you get with Chad Valley Pipsey. The good news is people, who have already bought Chad Valley, should not return the stuffed toy. Instead they should simply remove the apples and throw them with the household waste.

People can then register for the replacement accessories the manufacturer is providing. They come in the form of small toy cupcakes which are safer. The registration for them is free right here.

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