Don’t go piling the whole family on your Kawasaki off-road vehicle at one time, even if the manufacturing label says you can. Kawasaki is recalling about 2,000 Teryx Recreation Off-Highway Vehicles due to mislabeled occupant capacity. It’s not a clown car, so having too many people on the vehicle can increase your risk for injuries and even death.
The recall applies to 2012 Kawasaki four-wheel recreational off-highway vehicles with seating for two people, with model types including Teryx 750 FI 4×4, Teryx 750 FI 4×4 LE, Teryx 750 FI 750 4×4 LE SGE and Teryx 750 FI 4×4 Sport. Consumers will receive replacement glove compartment covers that specify the correct number of passengers.
Of all the beverage-related injuries your child could sustain (think hot beverage spills), a sippy cup bunny ear to the eye is not the first that comes to mind. Nevertheless, Target is recalling 264,000 Target Home Bunny sippy cups because “the ear on the bunny cup can poke a child in the eye area during use,” according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Target has received six reports of incidents where the plastic ear poked children during routine use of the product. Cuts and bruises were reported in three of these reports. Consumers can return the sippy cups to Target locations for a full refund.
Gerber makes knives? For babies? Wait, no, this is a different Gerber –they make knives for big boys, but unfortunately, Gerber Legendary Blades is recalling 3,000 Instant knives due to a faulty locking mechanism, which may cause the knife to fold during use, thereby increasing the risk of cutting yourself. Consumers should stop using the knives and contact Gerber Legendary Blades at (877) 314-9130 for a replacement.
Lenovo computer users should double check the power supply on their Lenovo ThinkCentre M70z and M90z computers. Lenovo is recalling 13,000 desktop computers in addition to the 50,500 they recalled in March, because a problem in the power supply poses a fire risk. Lenovo has received reports of one fire and one smoke incident, but no injuries have been reported.
The recall applies to all-in-one desktop computers, or PCs, with flat-panel monitors where the PC is integrated into the monitor housing itself. The power supplies are also inside the monitor or PC housing. Consumers should check for model numbers M70z: 1001-1012 and 1101-1112, and M90z: 001-012, 101-112,201-203. Consumers should contact Lenovo at (855) 248-2194 to reschedule a replacement for the power supply.