Unsafe Products

Mobile charger „PDFVJB“ is also dangerous

(Prague, August 7, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority warns consumers against another dangerous mobile phone charger on which the text “4-OK” is displayed as is its name „PDFVJB“. The inspection detected a serious risk of injury by electric current.

CTIA prohibited the toy „Fantastic Elite Blaster“ in the market

(Prague, August 8, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority has long-term searched for dangerous products in the domestic market. This time it detected a toy which poses risks to the environment, isn’t equipped with the required information about the manufacturer nor importer of the toy to the EU. There is also no information provided in Czech.

Toy „Robotická myš“ poses a risk

(Prague, June 2, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority found that in the internal market a toy “Robotická myš” (“Robot Mouse”) was offered, although it contains many times more lead and cadmium than are the permitted limit values. The CTIA ordered its immediate withdrawal from the market.

Girl’s swim bikinis don‘t meet the safety requirements

(Prague, May 24, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority has been monitoring the occurrence of dangerous products on the domestic market for a long time. This time, it found out that girls' swim bikinis are offered for sale despite not being in compliance with the safety requirements for baby clothes. We speak about the girl's bikini product "FOR YOU".

Toy dangerous to kids and the environment

(Prague, May 9, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority continuously monitors the offer and sale of products that may be unsafe for small children. This time, it found out that the battery powered piano “Animal World” is in the internal market and can be risky not only to the smallest consumers but also to the environment.

CTIA found dangerous plush dogs with ribbons and glasses

(Prague, April 18, 2019) Two toys appeared in the market, which can be dangerous for the youngest children. These were small barking dogs, one with red ribbons and one with glasses and a hat. CTIA inspectors found that in case of the both toys it is possible to open the battery case without the necessity to use any instrument and to remove the batteries from the case – small children can put the batteries in the mouth and suck them. Furthermore, the toys contain small parts, such as a jingle bell, which can also be dangerous to children. The pr...

„Glow stick“ is dangerous to children

(Prague, March 12, 2019) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority found out that there is a toy in the Czech market that can pose a risk to children. It is a product "Svítící tyčinka" (glow stick in English). The Czech Trade Inspection Authority ordered immediate withdrawal of the product from the market.
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