16 March 2012

Recalled frog mask

This happened months ago, so you probably don't have one at home, but if you did buy one at Target, don't secure it over your child's face.  The top image shows the front of the mask.  Here is the back -

- which shows there are no nose and mouth holes for breathing.  Details on the recall from the StarTribune.


  1. Did no one have to approve this before it went into production? Did no one even try one on? When I think of all the steps involved in even getting something like this into production for sale in a small local shop, my head spins. I can't imagine what's involved when a company like Target is concerned. How did this even make it into prototyping? I'm not angry so much as just baffled and curious.

    Reminds me of this, which i heard about being recalled a few weeks ago (possibly from this blog?): http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml12/12109.html

  2. I can't stop laughing.... sorry

  3. It fit all the anthropomorphic frog children just fine...


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