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Description: February 6, 1995 Release # 95-075 Washington, D.C. - CPSC, Wompkee Inc., of Portland, ME., is recalling 2,400 Wompkee plush toys. Wires that help to shape and stiffen the toy's ears can protrude through the plush fabric, presenting a sharp point hazard for young children. Although no complaints or injuries have been reported to Wompkee, the company is taking this action as a preventive measure. Wompkee reported the potential hazard to CPSC.The Wompkee doll is approximately 12" high, has a beige face and green body with white pieces of fur on the chest, head, and tail. The toy's beige ears measure 7 3/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches and have flexible wire shapers inside. A tag sewn on the toy's back reads in part, "Wompkee, Inc., 1994 Wompkee, Inc., PORTLAND, ME . . . INDONESIA."The toy is sold in a set with a cassette tape and paperback book, each entitled "The Wompkee's First Grand Adventure." The set is packaged in an unlabeled, cream-colored box.Con Fullam, spokesman for Wompkee, said that about 2,400 copies of the set have been sold since being introduced on November 25, 1994. The toys sold for approximately $20.00 only in Maine and New Hampshire at Bookland, Mr. Paperback, Levinsky's, Blueberries and Granite in the Maine Mall or My Maine Bag in the Bangor Mall.Consumers should immediately return the toys to any of the stores listed above, or consumers may mail the toy directly to Wompkee, Inc. Recall, P.O. Box 415, Newfane, VT 05345. Consumers will receive a new and improved Wompkee toy, plus reimbursement for postage costs, within six to eight weeks. Consumers can call Con Fullam at Wompkee at (800) 876-8457 for more information [Learn More]

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Country of OriginIndonesia
Recall Date02/06/1995
Recall ID5637
Recall Number95075
Product TypeToy Dolls & Accessories
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