The World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH) safety advocacy group named 10 toys that are "potentially dangerous" and "should not be in the hands of children."
According to WATCH, the group says that some toys have inconsistent and inadequate warnings, and pose safety hazards.
WATCH issues an annual list of toys that it finds are exceptionally dangerous for children.
"Due to poor design, manufacturing and marketing practices, there are toys available for purchase today with the potential to lead to serious injury and even death," WATCH said in a statement. "WATCH urges parents and caregivers to take precautions when buying toys— especially during the upcoming 2017 holiday season."
Although the toys are considered dangerous, the toys listed meet federal safety regulations.
Here is the list of 10 toys WATCH said consumers should avoid, or exercise caution when using:
Hazard: Potential for choking injuries
Click here to learn more about the listed toys.