Check your pram toys, your nappy bag and the toy box if you know you have one of these super-popular Playgro activity rattles. It’s time to check if it’s one of a recalled batch.

Playgro Clip Clop and Clopette activity rattles recalled!

Popular baby and toddler toy company Playgro has issued an urgent recall notice for a line of their activity rattles, amid choking fears.

The Playgro Clip and Clopette Activity Rattles were sold by Myer, Chemist Warehouse, and Baby Bunting between 1st August 2020 and 31st January 2021.

The ACCC Product Safety Australia recall notice has all the details below:

playgro activity rattle recall
Source: Product Safety Australia

What you need to know

The product details: Playgro Clip Clop and Clopette Activity Rattles. Only a few batches are being recalled, so check the tag for the following batch code numbers:

  • 009837
  • 009986
  • 010066
  • 010199
Playgro rattle recall
Check the tag for batch number details. Source: Product Safety Australia

Problem: The abacus ring on the horse’s back may dislodge from the body of the toy. This will release the small bead rings and these small beads, if released, pose a hazardous choking risk to a child.

What is the safety hazard: If young children gain access to the small they can possibly swallow them or shove them up a nostril, making them potentially a choking or obstruction danger.

What to do: Consumers should immediately stop using the toys and contact Playgro to organise a replacement. Sorry kids!

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