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(Prague, 18 January 2021) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority has identified a product in the market of the Czech Republic that can be dangerous for children. It is a children's tracksuit by Yvon Fashion, which does not meet the safety requirement for children's clothing. If, within the ordinary use of this product, cords are tightened in the area of the child's throat, the child may be strangled.
(Prague, 5 August 2020) In the market of the Czech Republic, the Czech Trade Inspection Authority identified electrical equipment that may pose a serious safety risk to consumers. When the product is plugged into a socket and the user touches it, electric shock can occur. We speak about the EMOS SMART4/N8168S battery charger.
(Prague, July 10, 2020) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority found in the market a toy with excessive level of boron. With its excessive intake, the boron is stored in the human body, and at a large dose, this increased amount can also manifest itself with acute symptoms of nausea. CTIA ordered a ban on the distribution and withdrawal of the product from the market.
(Prague, May 21, 2020) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority long-term monitors and inspects the offer and sale of toys. In the retail market, a dangerous toy was detected which can pose a risk to smallest children. It is the product „Drak Čmoudík zpívající“ (Singing dragon Čmoudík). CTIA ordered withdrawal of the product from the market.