Fidget spinners named on EU danger list
Despite becoming a common sight on playgrounds around the world and even in the workplace, fidget spinners have been included on an EU list of dangerous products, as toys ended up posing the most risk in 2017.
An annual report into the EU’s product alert system warned that fidget spinners, a popular toy craze that emerged in 2017, posed a particular risk to children, particularly those that include small batteries that allow the toy to light up.
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