Chicken Limbo Party Games recalled after
reports of injuries
February 23, 2006
March 6, 2006: On
March 6, 2006, Sears Canada issued
its own safety
recall notice about
the Chicken Limbo Electronic Party
Game, which was sold through the
Sears Canada catalogue between September
2005 and February 2006 for $29.99. The
model number is 42326 with a Sears
item number 92201.
Sears Canada urges
customers who continue to own the
affected Chicken Limbo Electronic
Party Game to stop young children
immediately from using the game and
contact Milton Bradley at 1-800-327-8264,
or go to www.miltonbradley.com for
a free repair kit. Catalogue
customers will be contacted by
Milton Bradley is recalling its
Chicken Limbo Electronic Party Game. Consumers
should stop using recalled products immediately
unless otherwise instructed.
The game's two side poles may not fit into
their bases properly making the game unstable.
This can cause the game to completely fall
apart if touched, hitting children playing
the game as well as bystanders.
Milton Bradley has
received 46 reports of the Chicken Limbo
party game collapsing unexpectedly. This
includes reports of bumps, bruises, welts
and red marks, two reports of cuts, one
chipped tooth, one fractured foot and one
report of bruises.
"Chicken Limbo" is
a plastic electronic game consisting
of two red vertical poles set in yellow
bases and an orange horizontal bar with
a plastic white chicken at the center
of the bar. The game is intended for
children age four and up.
game was sold at discount department and
toy stores nationwide from June 2005 through
January 2006 for about $30.
Consumers should take the recalled Chicken
Limbo game away from children immediately
and contact Milton Bradley to receive a free repair kit. The kit contains
two yellow plastic replacement side
poles to stabilize the toy.
additional information, contact Milton
Bradley at 1-800-327-8264 anytime.