Generation after generation, parents have one common priority: to keep their child as safe as possible. In comes the Wuinometer, which was a common staple present at many baby showers. The Quinometer was usually sold with a holder, and once detached, it could be used to check the temperature of bathwater, the baby’s temperature and formula.
While nothing seems inherently wrong with this thermometer product, it also happened to be practically covered in glass and full of mercury. Needless to say, all it took was one crack of the glass, and bam your baby’s got a bad case of neurotoxic poisoning.