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Recalls and News / Super Soaker Recall

Friday, September 04, 2020
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Hasbro has recalled 52,900 Super Soaker toy water guns because the decorative decals exceed the legal level of lead content. Lead can be toxic, especially for small children, which makes these toys especially dangerous.

The Super Soaker recall was issued on August 19, 2020, and the models being recalled are the XP20 and XP30. The water guns were primarily sold at Target. The XP20 was sold for $8, and the XP30 was sold for $13.

The XP20 has a green colored body with an orange tip, tank, and pump. The hazardous decal is located on the tank at the top of the Super Soaker. The XP30 is orange with a white barrel and a light blue tank.

Parents who have purchased either of these Super Soaker models should keep them out of reach of children and call Hasbro Inc. to return the toy and get a refund. Purchasers will be asked to disconnect the tank and ship it to the manufacturer free of charge.

You can learn more about the Super Soaker Recall here.

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