The problem, explained the company in its press release, was that the top part of the toy can separate from the rest of the wand. When that happens, the metal "spine" of the toy is exposed, presenting an injury risk.
Neither Feld Entertainment nor the Consumer Product Safety Commission has logged any reports of children being injured.
These toys were sold exclusively at Disney Live and Disney On Ice Shows between October and November of 2016. They sold for around $22 each. (Click the link above for list of show dates and locations.)
As you can in the photos provided by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC, the Mickey Mouse wands are yellow, red and black. The Minnie Mouse wands are pink, white and blue. If you think you might have one of these, you'll need look for a lot number printed on the base.
The affected codes are:
You can contact the company for a refund. That number is: 800-755-1530 and is staffed from 9-5 on regular business days.
The recalled Disney wands were manufactured in China.
Images of these toys were generously provided by Feld Entertainment and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.