ToolGuards Portable Water Immersion Heaters Recalled

Boxine Recalls Tonies Blocks Due To Magnet Ingestion Hazard

Boxine has recalled about 4,200 tonies blocks due to risk of magnet ingestion.

According to Consumer Product Safety Commission, when two or more high-powered magnets are swallowed, either intentionally by younger children or accidentally by older children, the ingested magnets can attract to each other, or to another metal object, and become lodged in the digestive system. This can result in perforations, twisting and/or blockage of the intestines, infection, blood poisoning and death.

The company said it has received one report of the magnet detaching from the product, however no injuries have been reported.

The recall involves tonies wooden blocks, with magnets inside. Only tonies Blocks Marine Life, UPC 840147407689, tonies Blocks Invention and Innovation, UPC 840147407733 and tonies Blocks Gentle Giant Dinos UPC 840147407580 are being recalled.

Each block is about 5 cm wide and 1.5 cm thick. The blocks were sold in blue, tan and green with pictures on one side and white text on the other side.

The company has asked customers to stop using the recalled blocks immediately, take them away from children, and contact tonies for instructions on returning the recalled blocks for a full refund.

The product were sold online at from November 2021 through December 2021 for between $15 and $20.

The Honest Co. Tanks 19% In After-trade Following FY22 Outlook, Q4 Results

Shares of consumer goods company The Honest Company (HNST) are down 19 percent in Thursday’s after-market trade after the company provided negative outlook for fiscal 2022. The company’s fourth-quarter results also came in below market estimates.

In full-year 2022, the company expects revenue to be approximately flat compared to last year.

The first-quarter revenue is projected to decline by around 15 percent from the previous year. In the following three quarters, mid-single digit growth is expected compared to 2021.

In the fourth-quarter, net loss was $9.0 million or $0.10 per share, narrower than net loss of $12.7 million or $0.37 per share in the same period last year.
Revenues for the three-month period rose marginally to $80.4 million from $77.8 million a year ago.

On average, 9 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to post net loss of $0.06 per share on revenues of $84.6 million in the quarter.

The stock ended Thursdays’ trade at $6.04, up $0.08 or 1.3%. In after-hours, HSNT is trading down 19 percent or $1.18 to $4.86.

Two-alarm fire in Aurora on Thursday damages two apartments.

Aurora firefighters battled a two-alarm fire Thursday afternoon. The blaze displaced 11 people and several animals.

The apartment fire was in the 10600 block of East Jewell Avenue, Aurora Fire Rescue said in a 2:12 p.m. tweet.

There were no injuries in the fire, which involved two units in a multi-residential building. Xcel Energy crews assisted residents in the building with utility concerns. The American Red Cross is assisting residents who were displaced by the fire.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.


Denver Zoo sells out for the weekend as guest capacity is limited.

Thinking about heading out to the Denver Zoo on this sunny and warm weekend? Recast your plan.

The zoo has sold out its admissions through Sunday, the facility announced Thursday on Twitter.

“Limiting guest capacity helps us improve guest experience, from parking and concessions to animal viewing,” zoo officials said. “As we head into the spring and summer, remember to reserve your tickets online ahead of your visit.”


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ToolGuards Portable Water Immersion Heaters Recalled

Sweden’s FXswede AB is recalling about 5000 units of ToolGuards Portable water immersion heaters citing shock, electrocution and fire risks, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The recall involves ToolGuards portable water immersion heaters with a built-in thermostat. The recalled heaters have TOOLGUARDS, Model TG_IMH_01 and Batch Number PO100301 printed on a silver label on the black plastic base of the unit.

The product is used to heat water in foot baths, pools, water buckets, and similar locations.

The heaters, manufactured in China, were imported by FXswede and sold at from December 2021 through February 2022 for about $45.

According to the agency, the water immersion heater can overheat, melt or catch fire, posing shock, electrocution and fire hazards.

The recall was initiated after the company received 19 reports of the recalled water immersion heaters overheating, melting or catching fire and two reports of consumers being shocked.

Consumers are urged to immediately stop using the recalled portable water immersion heaters and contact FXswede AB for a full refund.

In similar recalls, the Jewelry Channel Inc., dba Shop LC, of Austin, Texas, recently recalled about 4,500 units of Shop LC personal electric space heaters after receiving two reports of the electric heaters overheating.