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Recall Notice: Mountain Warehouse Children's Water Bottles

A small ring inside the lid can pose a potential choking hazard if exposed
Recall Notice: Mountain Warehouse Children's Water Bottles
Mountain Warehouse Recalls Children's Water Bottles Due to Choking Hazard
Credit: Mountain Warehouse
By Wendy Schmitz ⋅ Senior Review Editor
Wednesday September 4, 2019

This recall includes the plastic 350ml children's water bottle by Mountain Warehouse. The bottles come with a screw-on solid color top with pop-up straw and handle. The bottles were sold in a variety of colors and prints. The tractors, hedgehogs, sharks, fish, and horses are included in the recall.

Blue lid with tractor print 5052776381048

Yellow lid with hedgehog print 5052776412063

Pale Blue lid with shark print 5057634043526

Turquoise lid with fish print 5057634043533

Pink lid with horse print 5052776381031

We have not reviewed or tested this specific water bottle. However, you can read more about the water bottles we have tested in our review of Kids Water Bottles. You might also want to read up on the best sippy cups.


The spout on this water bottle can detach, exposing a small ring, that poses a potential choking hazard to children.

Confirmed Incidents

No incidents have been reported.


Consumers should stop using the water bottles immediately and contact Mountain Warehouse for a refund.

Who to Contact for More Information

Consumers can reach Mountain Warehouse toll-free at 866-313-2493 from 9 am - 5 pm EST Monday-Friday, via email at, or online under "product recall."

Additional water bottle recall information can be found at: Consumer Product Safety Commission website.


Mountain Warehouse, of Wilmington, Delaware

Product Origin


Where Was it Sold

These bottles were sold in Mountain Warehouse stores nationwide and online at from July 2017-September 2018

Recall Date

November 8, 2018

Recall Number


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