Target is reviewing more than 170,000 metal mailboxes because of laceration risk.
The mail opening on the Bullseye's Playground "Letters to Santa" post boxes "can be sharp, representing a cut risk," as per the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The reviewed post boxes were sold at Target stores cross country and through its site from October 2021 to November 2021, as indicated by the CPSC.
Target has, as of now, got nine reports that the mail space had sharp openings. There were seven reports of cuts, three of which required clinical consideration, as indicated by the CPSC's notification.
Subsequently, authorities say shoppers "ought to quit utilizing the reviewed letterbox quickly." The item can be gotten back to Target stores or sent back for a discount as a gift voucher, authorities said.
The item thing number, 234-17-8556 or 234-20-9275, can likewise be found on a mark on the lower part of the post box sold in stores and on the inward bundling of the two-count letterboxes sold on the web.
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