CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
KidKraft Cook Together Kitchen
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- Refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, microwave and washing machine, doors all open and close
- Additional storage space on the side and above the sink
- Natural finish with bright primary colors
- Cordless phone, clock with moving hands
- Packaged with detailed, step-by-step assembly instructions
- Removable sink for quick and easy cleaning
- Knobs that click and turn
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It is an adorable kitchen and seems sturdy. The problem is the functionality. The kitchen has a narrow depth. Only 13" compared to Melissa and Doug's 17.5". This means there is not much counter space, but the worst part is that the kids really can't use the oven or dishwasher. Basically, they just have to throw food/pans/etc. in the space and shut the door. The oven and dishwasher do not have shelves. And because of the narrow depth, things like the Melissa and Doug cookie sheet have to be sat vertically in order to fit in the oven or dishwasher. Even the PBK pans we have need to be sat in the oven vertically. My daughter does not even use the bottom half of this kitchen. What a waste!
It would have been better if they got rid of the laundry and divided that extra space equally between the oven and dishwasher and added shelves. But they didn't, so here with are with this cute kitchen that doesn't really serve it's purpose.
The kitchen itself: Countertop is 19 3/4" from the floor. Kitchen is primarily MDF wood with some plastic (handles, knobs, faucet, sink bowl, water dispenser & phone). The chalkboard is real. The sink bowl can come out but there are 2 latch pieces underneath to keep it attached to the kitchen.
I also looked at real wood kitchens but at almost double the cost of this one, it wasn't feasible. Two kids can easily play together at the kitchen. I love that there are cabinets to store the food out of sight. A few parents mentioned that counter space for prepping food was important so I factored that into my search. I'm happy this kitchen does not make any noises because I wanted the kids to creatively come up with their own. Overall, I think this is a great toy. The kids have been playing with it every day.
Also, this is NOT easy to put together. There are 27 steps, and more than 50 pieces with a million screws, and you can't use a power screwdriver on most of them. I am moderately handy, and it took me about 6 hours (including an hour to unwrap all the little pieces and check for missing pieces). Don't wait until Christmas eve.
Finally, if you are buying now, Target currently has play hotmitts on the dollar aisle that match *perfectly*.
There are some quality issues with the manufacturing, though. The "wood" is MDF with a paper wood-grain covering, and when the material was cut during manufacturing the edges of the paper woodgrain material were jagged (they need to use a finer toothed saw or run it at a slower speed!). The kid doesn't care, of course. More troublesome was that three of the parts arrived damaged, and it wasn't the fault of the shipper; the damaged parts were deep in the box's interior, so it seems like it had to have been damaged at the manufacturer (in China). One of the damaged parts was the big blue countertop, which had suffered a crack that caused the paint to chip and flake off in a very prominent location. The catch to the oven door was broken. Many of the screws did not go in quite straight, though once tightened it all seemed reasonably square and solid.
Fortunately, although the factory's in China, Kidkraft's customer service is American. When I called, an actual human answered the phone on the first ring, confirmed they had replacement pieces in stock, and immediately shipped them. I'm just glad I assembled it a week *before* my kid's birthday!
Other reviewers are not kidding when they say it takes 2+ hours to assemble. I consider myself an experienced veteran at putting together flat-pack furniture and it took me more than two hours, *without* the "help" of the kid. Everything is extremely clearly labeled though -- it's not difficult, just a long process.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this after watching my children play with it at story time. It seemed very fun and sturdy. It is however not well designed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Crocker
Bought this for my daughter for Christmas when she was 1.5yrs, a year later and she still plays with it every day. Read morePublished 17 months ago by A. Sethness
Very cute kitchen with nice features. The knobs have a satisfying click sound and my 3 year old boy loves the phone and the chalk board - both great details! Read morePublished 19 months ago by lchanpong
Our two year old loved this Christmas gift. It's a great kitchen. I wouldn't recommend waiting until Christmas eve to put it together as it took FOREVER but the directions were... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kaity
This is not for amateurs. There must be 30 different kinds of screws (they do provide a few extras, which is nice if you lose some). Read morePublished 20 months ago by John Byczkowski
Delivered on time. No missing or damaged parts. Assembly took hours, but instructions were easy to follow. Lots of disintegrated static-y Styrofoam to deal with. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JR18974
Didn't realize the size, way smaller then I expected (: Still a good product!Published 20 months ago by JoKir