What is the problem?
If the teething ring is punctured, bacteria and mold can grow inside the teether's untreated liquid. This poses an ingestion hazard to infants and can lead to diarrhea and vomiting.
How can I tell if I own this product?
The Cool-it Soother teething ring is clear and is attached to a green plastic handle in the shape of the character "Gnon."
These items were sold new+ at Small children's specialty stores nationwide and online at www.amazon.com from January 2008 through November 2010 for about $10.
What should I do if I own this recalled product?
First, stop using the item.
Then, add the item to a free, private Items I Own account. This will enable you to easily access the CPSC and recalling company's remedy instructions as well as track your progress toward getting the item returned or fixed. Click "I Own THIS Item" to continue.
The CPSC provides the following remedy information:
Consumers should immediately take the recalled teething ring away from children and return it to Calisson for a free replacement teething ring.
For additional information, contact Calisson toll-free at (888)318-9803 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's website at www.sophiegiraffeusa.com (pdf)
+WeMakeItSafer cautions consumers that recalled items may have been acquired at different locations, prices and times than specified in the CPSC recall announcement. This is especially true for items purchased in online marketplaces, resale shops or yard sales. More information may be available in the CPSC recall announcement.
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Company Website: www.sophiegiraffeusa.com
Company Phone: (888) 318-9803
What if I don't own this, but I own something similar?
It is possible that your item was included in a different recall, or will be recalled in the future. To find out, add your item to a free, private Items I Own account. Items I OwnTM will check your items against the past 13 years of CPSC recalls, then keep checking daily for new ones. Click "I Own a SIMILAR Item" to continue.
Sources may include: Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Health Canada and companies involved with this or a related recall.