The Nerf gun and electronic Power Rangers Cheetah Claw are among the toys considered unsafe for children in the 2019 holiday season, according to the Guardian Guard's annual findings.
The World Against Harmful Toys, or WATE, identified the top ten most dangerous toys during a news conference at a children's hospital in Boston. The list included toys sold both in traditional brick stores and online, such as Amazon.
The Nerf Ultra One gun was noted for its ability to fire missiles that could cause eye injury, while the Spike the Fine Hedge engine was named for incorporating removable "cushions" that present a potential danger of suffocation. Another product, Nickelodeon Slime, has "flavors" that can attract children to consume it despite potentially harmful chemicals.
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"Shockingly, classic toy hazards, such as small parts, wires, missiles, toxic substances, solids and inaccurate warnings and labels, continue to produce the toy industry in a newly designed packaging," the group said in a statement.
The products on the list this year ranged from $ 9.99 to $ 49.99. Many of the products considered unsafe do not contain proper warning labels, the group said.
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WATCH has released its annual list of unsafe holiday toys for more than 40 years. In its announcement, the company cited statistics from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, which estimated a total of 251,700 toys-related injuries in 2017.
The Toys Association, a toy industry trade group, dismissed the list as inaccurate given federal mandated safety standards that regulate what products can be sold to the public.
"By law, all toys sold in the United States must meet 100+ rigorous safety and standards tests," the toy association said in a statement. "On the other hand, WATCH does not test the toys in its report to check their safety; their accusations appear to be based on their misrepresentation or misunderstanding of mandatory toy standards. "
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.