Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Recalls Children's Light-Up Watches

By WBNG News

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Recalls Children's Light-Up Watches

February 22, 2011 Updated Feb 22, 2011 at 10:47 AM EST

(WBNG Binghamton) Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has recalled about 1,200 Children's Light-Up Watches.

The watch's battery current could interact with nickel in the watch’s stainless steel back.

This can cause skin irritation and/or burning sensations to children who are allergic to nickel.

There have been six reports of children receiving skin irritation or burning sensations while wearing the watch.

This recall involves Buzz Lightyear, Tinker Bell and Lightning McQueen brand light-up watches.

The Buzz Lightyear watch has a blue band with a blue outline on the face of the watch.

The Tinker Bell watch has a purple band and purple crystals on the face of the watch. T

he Lightning McQueen watch has a red band and a red outline on the face of the watch.

Each model watch is sold separately and is intended for children ages three years and older.

All have a light up function that enables a child to press a button to illuminate colorful lights on the dial of the watch.

A tracking code is engraved on the back of the watch, as well as printed on the back of the packaging.

The tracking code is K130-6377-7-10187.

The watches were sold at DISNEYLAND® Resort stores in California, WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort stores in Florida, The Treasure Ketch and Cast Member shops on the Disney Cruise Ship, and Disney’s Earport Shop and The Magic of Disney Shop located at the Orlando International Airport in Florida from November 2010 through January 2011 for about $30.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled watch away from children and contact Walt Disney Parks and Resorts for instructions on returning the watch for a $40 refund.

For additional information, contact Walt Disney Parks and Resorts at (877) 560-6477 between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s website at www.waltdisneyworld.com

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