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The Unassuming Walmart Product That's Been Recalled for Amputating Fingers


"Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled card table and chair sets..."

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Amputated fingers -- that's what some customers of a card table set sold at Walmart have reported, prompting a recall.

The store is offering a full $50 refund for each of the 73,400 Mainstays five-piece card table and chair sets sold between May and November 2013, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

table recall Some customers who bought Mainstays five-piece card table and chairs sets reported injuries, including finger amputations. (Image source: Consumer Product Safety Commission)

So far, there have been 10 reports of injuries from the chairs collapsing. One involved a whole finger amputation, and three others were fingertip amputations. Other injuries included finger sprains or breaks, and one customer reported a sore back.

"Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled card table and chair sets and return the entire set to Walmart for a full refund," the product safety commission wrote in its recall notice.

lable on recalled table set chairs This is the label on of the recalled set that can be found on the bottom of the folding chairs. (Image source: Consumer Product Safety Commission)

The table and chairs set is manufactured in China by Heshan Camis Industrial Co. Ltd.

Find out more about the recall on the safety commission's website.



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