Recalls This Week: Card Table Set, Bicycles

By The Associated Press

Card table sets with chairs that have collapsed and amputated several fingertips are among this week's recalled consumer products. Others include faulty bicycles and unstable tables.

Here's a more detailed look:

CARD TABLE AND CHAIRS

DETAILS: Mainstays five-piece card table and chair sets, which includes a black padded metal folding table and four black padded metal folding chairs. "Made by: Dongguan Shin Din Metal & Plastic Products Co," the company that made the chair cushions, is printed on a white label on the bottom of the chairs. They were sold at Walmart stores nationwide and online at www.walmart.com from May 2013 through November 2013.

WHY: The chairs can collapse unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard and a risk of finger injury, including finger amputation.

INCIDENTS: 10 reports of injuries from collapsing chairs, including one finger amputation, three fingertip amputations, sprained or fractured fingers, and one report of a sore back.

HOW MANY: About 73,400.

FOR MORE: Call Walmart at 800-925-6278 or visit www.walmart.com and click on "Product Recalls" for more information.

CAR SEAT ADAPTER

DETAILS: Joovy's Zoom car seat adapters for strollers. The adapters are gray with black plastic clips designed to attach infant car seats to stroller frames. Models include 00945 for Graco, 00946 for Chicco, and 00947 for Peg Perego frames. "Joovy" and the model numbers can be found on the label at the center of the end bar of the adapter. They were sold from May 2012 through August 2013.

WHY: Adapter clips can loosen on the stroller frame, posing a fall hazard.

INCIDENTS: Nine reports of incidents involving loose adapters on stroller frames. There are no injuries reported.

HOW MANY: About 1,500.

FOR MORE: Call Joovy at 855-251-0759 or visit www.joovy.com, then click on the "Customer Service" menu at the top of the page, then select "Recall Information" for more information.

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