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Step2 Prepare and Share Kitchen Set - Pink

3.8 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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ASIN B005JKB2VW
Best Sellers Rank #1,070,156 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#958 in Toys & Games > Dressing Up & Costumes > Pretend Play > Kitchen Toys > Kitchen Playsets
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3.8 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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Just bought this for my 18 mo old. However, got it from Toys R Us for just $79.99. Do NOT pay this much for this kitchen.
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We love this kitchen! when we bought this, my little girl was only 15 months old but she can already "play" with it.Set up wasn't hard but better done by 2 people-one to hold on to the pieces while one screws the parts together.These come with metal, ordinary screws that fixes the window-sill portion to the sink parts (around 4 screws if memory serves right).The decals are easy to put on as well.This and the Little Tikes pink shopping cart took me and husband around half an hour to put together.

we got this cheaper at toys R Us (I think 89 usd).Always compare prices before you buy coz some are still cheaper in your local TRU/department store.This travelled to Perth, western Australia as the local TRU store here doesn't stock in it this color and the other kitchens were so cheap looking and doesn't look sturdy enough to be played on by a toddler let alone a bigger child.My only gripe about this is that the toy phone that comes with it is more of a props than a real phone.I guess step 2 hasn't changed their designs in like, 10 years or so. The buttons on it are stickers and knowing children (mine's always after my blackberry, just loves the crunch feel of the keypad) they want part to press,open,close or otherwise interact with.You get what you pay for.
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After comparing several toy kitchens; my 2 year old granddaughter, her mother and I chose this one. It was so easy to asssemble that I did it almost on my own, with a little guidance from my son. Most of the assembly time was dedicated to carefully applying decals all over the unit.

Some features my granddaughter LOVES:
(1) The phone. Since all the adults in her life use smart phones now, we don't know how she even recognized the gadget as a telephone. But she started talking on it right away.
(2) The burner that makes sizzling noises when she sets the skillet on it and boiling noises when she sets the saucepan or coffee pot on it. She puts pans on it; takes them off. Puts them on; takes them off. And so forth.
(3) The donut with pink icing that for some reason, she keeps in the oven rather than on the shelves with all the other food...and that she feeds to Elmo several times a day.
(4) The sink. Although of course there is no water, she 'washes' her dishes after every meal.

What I LOVE about this kitchen:
(1) It's sturdy and I am confident my granddaughter will outgrow this toy, rather than destroy this toy. The oven and refrigerator doors seem to be sound and not likely to fall off, in spite of being opened and closed a dozen times a day.
(2) The kitchen came with all the accessories my granddaughter needs at age 2; flatware, dishes, food items, bins, salt and pepper shakers, spice jars.
(3) Watching my granddaughter's imagination expressing itself through play in her kitchen. I never tire of that!

One downside is that the kitchen has no microwave. That seemed odd to me, given all its other components. We bought a toy microwave separately from another manufacturer but the microwave has to be stored beside the Step2 kitchen; there is no place for it on this unit.
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I have bough several step 2 toys over the years without issue, but this was a nightmare straight out of the box. When putting it together there are no holes, starter indents, anything on attaching the top part to the base, only the directions "squeeze and screw." The flat piece with the burner and sinks doesn't not align with the back piece forcing a bow in the middle. I begged my wife to take it back to the store but because our daughter was with her when she bought it she is emotionally obligated. I will not fight that fight. Now I am fighting with a piece of defective plastic that I will put together as well as I can, but it won't be right. For the record, this was not purchased through Amazon and does not reflect on any experiences I have had with them. No purchase is more frustrating than the one you make for an excited child only to come to the realization you just bought junk. I would put this in the same category as the old x-ray specs you could order from the back of comic books. The only difference is you didn't expect them to work.
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