Binaltech

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  1. redhonda76

    redhonda76 New Member

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    Hi, I have a question.

    I have a couple of binaltechs at home. I heard from my friend that diecast toy shouldn't be around with children because they can contain lead. I have 2 kids at home, should I be concern about the binaltechs since they are partially diecast toys or if there is any info that binaltechs have lead in them?
    I hate to put them away but my kid's health are a first priority. Any advice?
     
  2. TheBigMachine

    TheBigMachine Initiating JAZZ HANDS!

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    Don't let your kids eat ANY part of your binaltechs just to be safe.
     
  3. Optimus Scourge

    Optimus Scourge Arcee's boy toy Veteran

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    The KO Binaltechs may, but, I don't think the official Takara ones do, since they have to meet today's safety standards.
     
  4. Taziir

    Taziir Well-Known Member

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    I only let my daughter play with my all plastic tf's.

    tbh, my figures with metal are precious to me (hello Alternity & MPs) and she isn't allowed to play with them, period ;) 

    If your kids likes those figures in particular, sacrifice some Alternators and let your kids have fun with those.
     

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