From Vitamix blender jars to the cuddly "Sully" at Build-A-Bear,  several products have been recalled over safety concerns.

Vitamix recalled nearly 170,000 containers that are sold with some of the high-end models. This comes after 18 reports of blades breaking.  No injuries have been reported, but the breakage is a laceration danger, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission www.cpsc.gov.  The faulty containers were sold since April 2012.

'Sully' stuffed toy sold at Build-a-Bear recalled

Sully the furry blue monster isn't so scary in the movie, "Monsters, Inc."  But the "Sully" stuffed toy sold at Build-a-Bear can be.  His eyes can detach, posing a choking danger for children.

Owners can return he toy to the store and get a coupon for a new stuffed animal.

Tea kettles sold at Target recalled

More than 700,000 tea kettles sold at Target have been recalled. It's the black enamel  two-quart Chefmate kettle.

Wilton Industries has received 13 reports of incidents including steam traveling up the handle and hot water spilled from the spout. 

Take it back to Target for a refund.

Char-Broil recalls Gas Patio Bistro Grills

Char-Broil recalled nearly 70,000 Gas Patio Bistro Grills: model 240 full size and model 180 table top.

Char-Broil has received 26 reports of the burner flame going out and then unexpectedly re-igniting when the user turned it off. 

Four people have been burned or singed. Consumers should contact Char-Broil.

Halo Sleepsack wearable blankets for babies recalled

Nearly 30,000 wearable blankets for babies have been recalled. It's the Halo Sleepsack. 

The pink satin flower can come off, posing a choking danger. The company has received one report of a baby gagging on the flower. They were sold at Babies R Us.