My daughter was injured twice in the first five minutes of using this product, and she is well within the age to use this. The product is the “Elefun Flyers” game made by Hasbro for kids ages 4+. The game has round “flyers” that are 4 rotor helicopter pieces that spin when the elephants tail is stepped on. The flyers go up in the air and slowly spin down so kids can try to catch them in butterfly nets. Both of my kids were using the product, ages 3 and 5 (daughter), with me (age 38) supervising them. In both instances where injury occurs, the elephant is on the floor with two flyers loaded in the elephants trunk. In the first instance, my daughter loaded the flyers in the trunk and just as my son was about to step on the tail to launch the flyers, my daughter put her finger on the elephant trunk (she thought they weren’t in correctly) and my son stepped on the tail spinning the flyers. My daughter yelled in pain but it only chipped her finger nail, there was no cuts or bruising and the kids played on after a discussion not to go near the trunk when the flyers are about to be launched. My daughter and son continued to play. Next time, we had two flyers loaded in the elephants trunk and my daughter stepped on the elephants tail. The flyers spun up and hit her in the face, one of them hitting her in her right eye. There is a small laceration and dark bruising at the bottom of the eyelid, close to the lacrimal caruncle. I am unsure the exact mechanics of what exact portion of the flyer hit her eye and caused the injury. I did notice on [REDACTED], there are reviews of kids getting injured by the flyers, one reporting a child with two cuts to their eye from the flyers.