XpressGoods has issued a recall for Colorful Metal Neodymium Magic Magnetic Balls due to non-compliance with federal toy regulations. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has warned about the dangers of swallowing small magnets, which have been linked to seven deaths. The CPSC has not provided an exact number of affected units as most companies have not agreed to recall their products. However, if voluntary recalls are not implemented, the CPSC may pursue legal action or initiate a mandatory recall process. The magnets in question are small enough to fit in a child's throat and are stronger than permitted. Swallowing these magnets can lead to serious health complications and even death. The CPSC estimates that there have been 2,500 emergency room visits related to magnet ingestions between 2017 and 2021, with two deaths occurring outside the United States. XpressGoods has recalled approximately 728 units of their colorful metal magnetic balls and advises consumers to stop using them immediately. The CPSC has also issued warnings for six other high-powered magnet sets, four of which are sold exclusively on the Temu marketplace. The CPSC has contacted the manufacturers of these products, but most have not agreed to recall or offer remedies to customers. Additionally, a magnetic ball set sold on the South Korean site myKmarket.com has been issued a warning. Many of these magnets are colorful and come in a clear plastic case. SplishSplash Balls reusable water balloons also contain powerful magnets, which are used to seal the water inside the balloon.
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