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KidKraft Deluxe Workbench with Tools
- Low Return Rate: 42% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "tool bench for kids"
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- Pretend vice that can easily be tightened and loosened
- Pretend buzz saw with rotating blade
- 4 pretend tools, 10 pretend nuts and bolts
- Two convenient storage bins
- Large enough that multiple children can play at once
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It's time to let those imaginations run wild and build a real masterpiece! Our Deluxe Workbench with Tools is jam-packed with fun details and interactive pieces that young kids are sure to love.
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|Item Dimensions||14.96 x 21.65 x 31.89 in||24 x 26 x 19 in||—||12.2 x 17.8 x 32 in||15 x 34 x 40.75 in||14 x 16 x 29 in|
|Item Weight||—||15.5 lbs||14.55 lbs||11 lbs||—||3.77 lbs|
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Overall, the unit is pretty good in my opinion. Assembly was pretty easy -if you have ever put together an ikea piece this is trivial. the quality of the wood is fine. likewise, the quality of the plastic pieces/tools is fine.
specific comments and thoughts in no particular order:
0. height is perfect for my son.
1. the vice works well. the action is smooth despite the fact this is wood on wood.
2. the saw is kind of useless. but spins freely on mine if you dont attach the wood axle retaining block.
3. the hammer's claw can be used to pull up the 4 provided "nails" when hammered into the table. my son like that. i might have widened the claw though -but still works.
4. i would suggest to kidkraft that the right angle tool is useless. i would replace this with a phillips + accompanying screws. alternatively, a big allen key + allen key screws.
5. the holes on the table and on the backboard are just through holes. it would have been nice if kidkraft had threaded a few of them so that bolts could be screwed into them. right now the bolts just go with the accompanying nuts and freestanding wood pieces with holes. Having threaded holes on the backboard would have especially been nice since if you place the table against a wall one cant reach around to use the nut and bolt combo to attach something.
6. regarding table stability, i might also widen the base a tad to prevent the table from possibly tipping. i dont necessarily foresee this but who knows if the kid plays rough.
7. finally, it would have been nice to have extra nuts and bolts. someone below suggested they bought extra pieces. can someone tell me where to buy them????
My only complaint was the hammer didn't fit in the hole but really, what kid is going to actually put their toys in the proper spot anyway!