More magnet toys recalled

US CPSC voluntarily recalls 7,000 Battat Magnabild products.
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Magnets found inside Battat Magnabild magnetic building products can be fatal if swallowed or aspirated, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The recall involves the 108-piece (pictured) and the 68-piece Magnabild Magnetic Building System sets. According to CPSC the products were sold throughout the US and online from July 2005 through to February this year.

About 125,000 other Battat Magnabild items were recalled in January for similar hazards.

The firm is asking consumers to return the product for a free replacement.

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