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Kidkraft Deluxe Let's Cook Kitchen

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  • Bold primary colors and oven, refrigerator, freezer and microwave doors open and close
  • See-through doors on oven and microwave and removable sink for cleaning
  • Large enough that multiple children can play at once
  • Made of wood
  • Sturdy construction
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Kidkraft Deluxe Let's Cook Kitchen + KidKraft Tasty Treats Pretend Food Play + KidKraft,  Deluxe Cookware Set, (11 pieces)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 42 x 15.9 x 42.9 inches ; 87.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 91.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001EO1T74
  • Item model number: 53139
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,884 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
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Product Description

This adorable kitchen is one gift all the young chefs in your life are sure to enjoy.
This adorable kitchen is one gift all the young chefs in your life are sure to enjoy.
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Includes interactive doors on the built-in refrigerator and freezer.
Includes interactive doors on the built-in refrigerator and freezer.
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Your children will feel like master chefs when they play with the KidKraft Deluxe Let's Cook Kitchen. With this kitchen kids can bake up a pretend feast without getting a single dish dirty. This creative all-in-one play kitchen features sturdy wooden construction and has interactive doors on the built-in refrigerator, freezer, microwave, and oven. Kids can check on dishes using the see-through microwave door and adjust oven heat using the set's turn-and-click knobs. The KidKraft deluxe kitchen sink is removable for easy cleaning and covers a convenient storage space in the cabinet below. This kitchen is compact enough to fit in small rooms but spaciously designed to accommodate multiple chefs. Fun-filled and great for playrooms, the KidKraft Deluxe Let's Cook Kitchen is a gift that all aspiring culinarians will love.

Features:
  • Refrigerator, freezer, oven, and microwave open and close
  • Removable sink for quick and easy cleaning
  • Knobs on the oven and sink that turn and click
  • Convenient storage above and below the sink
  • Large enough that multiple children can play together
  • 42.25" L x 16" W x 43" H
  • Made of composite wood materials, and T-molding
Kids can cook up a feast without getting a single dish dirty.
Kids can cook up a feast without getting a single dish dirty.
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Customer Reviews

A good investment which will last for years to come.
Sami Jadran
It took approx 3 hours to put together but was fairly easy to assemble.
gmk1016
Very sturdy, quality materials, its goin to be very durable.
Bob

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

98 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Sami Jadran on June 15, 2009
It took my husband two hours to put this kitchen together. He is handy making furniture and other stuff from Ikea. So this was kind of same style... He didn't take a break in between. It took me fiffteen mintues to bring all the parts (mostly heavy parts) from garage to our kitchen. (since that's where this toy kitchen is going to stay). So all together 2hours 15minutes.

Which is totally worth it. It looks so good. My four years old son loves it. He can reach the sink and stove. He can open the microwaves too. My 16 months age daughter can open diswasher, oven and Fridge. So it is fun for her too. Lot of growing can be done (I even played with it for few minutes). I liked it for myself too :) I think kids can play with it till age 8 or even more if they are still into it. Maybe Girls are more than boys at that age.
It comes with wooden spoon, pot holder and other red wooden spoon. All that you see behind the stove in the picture. Oven, diswasher, freezer, refigrater and microwaves doors opens. (this kitchen does not have a turn table in the microwave). Dishwasher's wooden shelf can slide in and out of the door. I don't know how I feel about it. Sink can come out too. Oven shelf can not come out as it is design that way. Lot of storage room. Refrigrater has a shelf in it and freezer have room to put stuff in. All knobs for diswasher and oven move and make click sound which my 4 age son and 16 months daughter both enjoys it. sink knobs moves red for hot and blue for cold water but it doesn't make a clik noise. (it's not suppose to.... it does look real). very roomy as kids grow they can buy more appliance and put them next to microwaves and on the top shelf above the microwaves and freezer.
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98 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Kathy L. Rayburn on October 25, 2008
I was a little skeptical about the price, but if you shop around you will find that the good plastic kitchens are $70+ dollars. This one is wood (not solid wood). You have to put it together yourself. All the pieces are well labeled. It is easy to do. If you have ever assembled furniture, you will find this much easier. It is heavy to move by yourself, but you will not have to worry about this kitchen falling over.

The bright colors make it a good choice for boys or girls. It is a good size for older children to use and for 2 to 3 children to play with at the same time. This is better for children ages 4-8.

After moving it for the summer to be shared by toddlers and summer day care students it has lost all doors. The screws no longer stay in and the part that holds the door won't stay on. This is because younger children slam and swing on doors and want to climb on the kitchen.
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96 of 104 people found the following review helpful By J. Kennedy on December 22, 2008
I normal don't comment on products but any more as a rule I don't purchase anything without looking at the user reviews on Amazon. Since there are not many reviews on this product I felt compelled to say how please I am with this purchase. I just finised putting this together and it took about 2 hours however I was watching the football game so you could probably knock thirthy minutes (maybe 45) off that if you were focused. My wife and I were going to purchase the Melissa and Doug kitchen but after reading the reviews and people commenting that it took four hours to put together and they had to drill new holes because so many were misalligned we decided to purchase this one instead. I am very glad we did. What I like most of all is that when you screw two pieces of wood together you do not screw from one piece into another peice of wood but instead into a metal insert on the other piece of wood. You cannot strip out the insert like you can another piece of wood. You could actually take it apart and put it back together and it would be as strong as the first time you put it together unlike when you screw directly into wood. We purchased this for my two year old son so I am very happy with the primary colors. I am not sure why they say there are small parts the only thing I can think of is if one of the screws come out and then you would have a screw and metal insert that could be a choking hazard. I screwed everything together very tightly and I dont think one of the screws could come out. I'll let you know as I am sure it will get quit a work out from my son.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A. Marshall on April 11, 2011
We purchased this kitchen set for our three-year-old son and one-year-old daughter. I read a LOT of reviews for both plastic kitchen sets and wooden sets. I went with a wooden set because people seemed to complain about storage space in the plastic kitchens. Also because the refrigerators in plastic sets were not in proportion with the other parts of the kitchens. They all have these short, stubby refrigerators and small ovens. We have Melissa and Doug play food (the pizza and cookies right now, more to come), and those reviewing plastic kitchens stated that Melissa and Doug cookie sheets will not fit in the ovens. Also, plastic kitchens tend to have shallow sinks, which I don't think would be much fun to play with.

I compared the Kidkraft kitchen to the Melissa & Doug Classic Deluxe Kitchen and found them to be very similar. They are the same size, but just mirror images of each other. I liked that the Kidkraft kitchen has raised, realistic-looking burners. The Melissa and Doug kitchen is also more than twice the price of the Kidkraft kitchen.

I understand that Kidkraft will replace any broken parts (as will Melissa and Doug), so it's nice to know that if I need that option, I have it.

So far, the kitchen is wonderful. My son was extremely excited about it, as was our daughter (but she's one, so she'd be excited about anything!) The colors are bright and I like the layout of the kitchen. We can store things on top of the kitchen as well as in the large cupboards, dishwasher, oven, and fridge. My husband put it together in a couple of hours by himself.
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