But after testing several models, US Public Interest Research Group Education Fund (PIRG) is accusing Target of selling two models that contain "extremely high levels of lead". The Fidget Wild Spinner Premium Brass is also being sold on Target's website.
Business Insider says that the legal limit for lead in a children's toy is 100 parts per million.
The group said lab results showed the Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Brass had 33,000 parts per million of lead.
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Harold Chizick, a spokesperson for Bulls-I-Toys, released this statement, "Safety is one of our top priorities".
The popular little toys are already the subject of Consumer Product Safety Commission choking hazard warnings.
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Exposure to high levels of lead can cause developmental problems in children, organ damage and other long-term health issues.
U.S. PIRG said it sent representatives to five Target stores around the country who found the spinners being sold in the toy department.
Fidget spinners are still all the rage among the young crowd. Below that, it says the manufacturer categorizes the toy as being for ages "6 years and up".
Target declined to remove the products. "The CPSC, Target and Bulls i Toy need to acknowledge the obvious - that all fidget spinners are toys".
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"If a fidget spinner is marketed and is primarily intended for children 12 years of age and younger, companies must certify that their product meets toy safety and other standards, including limits for phthalates, lead content, and lead in paint, if applicable, and the U.S Toy Standard, ASTM F963-16", CPSC acting Chairman Ann Marie Buerkle said in an August 10, 2017 statement on fidget spinners. It's not the first time the toy has been investigated for safety reasons.