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    Aqua Leisure Inflatable Baby Boats

    Aqua Leisure Inflatable Baby Boats

    [ranking: 4]
    These boats seemed like a great way for a parent to relax in the pool with their new baby. However, the leg straps were prone to tearing, allowing a defenseless baby to slip right through. 
    The floats were recalled after 31 infants almost drowned. It turned out Aqua-Leisure had been aware of the problem for six years before the recall and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) fined the company $650,000 as a result. 

    CSI: Investigation Forensics Lab Kit

    CSI: Investigation Forensics Lab Kit

    [ranking: 11]
    Sometimes, the crime scene you have to investigate... is the crime scene investigation kit.
    *Takes off sunglasses*
    These kits were found to have asbestos. They contained as much as seven percent tremolite, in their finger printing kits, a problem because of the obvious cancer risk here. 

    Empire Little Lady Stove

    Empire Little Lady Stove

    [ranking: 2]
    Metal Ware released the Empire Miniature Electric Ranges targeted towards little girls to help them learn to cook and bake. Consider that most regular ovens have a limit of 550 degrees, but these kid-sized versions could reach temperatures of 600 degrees. 

    U-238 Atomic Energy Lab

    U-238 Atomic Energy Lab

    [ranking: 1]
    A.C. Gilbert, the same man responsible for the Gilbert Glass Blowing Kit (and Erector sets too, but those are just awesome), was also responsible for releasing radiation as a toy for kids.
    These atomic energy labs came with three different types of LIVE uranium ore! And a Geiger counter just in case you wanted to measure the amount of radiation you were receiving.

    Aqua Dots

    Aqua Dots

    [ranking: 5]
    These dots, when sprinkled with water, would glue together into any shape your mind could come up with. Cute, colorful, fun, right? Except that they were toxic when ingested and the glue actually metabolized into gamma-hydroxybutyrate. GHB is the drug slipped into the drinks of unsuspecting individuals to knock them out.
    Kids were ingesting this chemical from their toys and these things are still on the shelves.

    Slip n Slide

    Slip n Slide

    [ranking: 16]
    In 1993, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning about Slip 'N Slide use by teenagers and adults. The slides just weren't long enough to account for an adult's weight or size. The abrupt stop at the end, in some cases, could result in permanent spinal damage. At the time of the warning, one teenager and seven adults had become paralyzed or received neck injuries after playing on the slides.
     

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Every year tens of thousands of kids are injured by consumer-tested toys. Numerous reports make it an exhaustive effort for various agencies to contend with the issue of toy safety.

When you think of classic toys from your childhood or your parents' childhood, you realize some of them were insanely dangerous (a few of those make the list here) but we haven't learned our lesson from toys. In fact, it seems like we're inventing new and more creative ways to make them dangerous.

 In 2012, an estimated 265,000 children were treated for toy-related injuries in emergency rooms. This doesn't even include the number of adults who were injured after playing with toys not meant to accommodate their size and weight. Toys can be dangerous, toys can be deadly. Read on and see what toys with which you are familiar that made this list. 

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