KidKraft Home Cookin' Pink Wooden Kitchen Play Set
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- Kids will feel just like mom and dad when they cook up fun with the Home Cookin' Kitchen
- Cute, colorful and built to last - microwave and oven and open and close
- Convenient storage areas and large shelf below the oven for important supplies
- Sink for quick and easy cleanup
- Oven knobs turn just like the real ones!
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KidKraft Home Cookin' Kitchen Play Set Let's cook up a feast! Great for lots of imaginative play, the KidKraft Home Cookin' Kitchen comes with everything little chef's need to cook up a great meal for the family. Durable and easy to assemble, the Home Cookin' kitchen lets kids check into what's baking in the oven or microwave, and wash up quick in the sink after cooking a meal on the stove. The Knobs click and turn and doors open and close, just like in a real kitchen! Compact yet full-featured and with lots of storage for cooking utensils and toys, kids and parents will both appreciate extraordinary value of this kitchen set.
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|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Is Assembly Required||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||13.4 x 24 x 39.75 in||16.22 x 42.25 x 42.91 in||11.7 x 33 x 35.7 in||32.2 x 32.28 x 36.54 in||12.5 x 16.8 x 6 in||17.6 x 42.3 x 43 in|
|Item Weight||26.24 lbs||83 lbs||50.71 lbs||—||5.19 ounces||52.91 lbs|
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However, took about an hour and a half to put together. And this particular kitchen doesn't have much counter space. But great space saver. It is not wide. Has very cute details. My little one loves to bake in it. Over all it is a nice product. As long as my daughter loves it, and she does, I'm happy with it too :)
Her first toy kitchen is the American Plastic kitchen that we wanted to return the moment we opened the box. Unlike her first kitchen, the Kidkraft kitchen/s is very durable considering its made of a more sturdy material and the most impt part is its NOT PLASTIC! Every corner, edge, knob etc of this play kitchen is safe for my DD. It doesn't have any sharp edges that I have to worry about her getting bruises or scratches from playing. It does have a lot of room to store her kitchen tools, including her play doughs. The size is also perfect for her and in her play room. I considered this one since we might be moving sometime soon and wanted one that is easily transported. Plus its pink, which my daughter is really fond of.
It did take me about 4 hours to assemble it. Should have waited for the hubby to put it altogether but DD couldn't wait for him to go home from work so mom HAD to be the one to assemble it. I didn't have a hard time putting it all together. Putting together the upper parts was a breeze. Then when I had to attach the four legs to the rest of the kitchen, that's when I had the trouble with. The four wooden legs didn't seem to have been drilled deep enough for the screws to fully rotate into them. I had to manually drill into them so I can screw them safely. That took me a lot of effort but not really hard enough for me to give up.
I did take out the latches that securely close the microwave and the oven as they are indeed hard to open and close. We live in an apartment and really couldn't drill the wall to securely fasten the kitchen to the wall so it won't fall down. And the best thing is even if the doors didn't have the latches on, they remain shut when my daughter closes them.
All in all, we are very pleased with the kitchen and have a fun time playing with it. As my husband puts it, its a second childhood for mommy too with this play kitchen! thank you kidkraft!!!
This seems to be a durable, yet attractive toy kitchen. The wood looks so much nicer than the plastic ones I often see at the big box stores. It's also fairly compact, sitting next to the end of my galley style kitchen. Even though it's small, I was pleasantly surprised at how much storage there is for her 50+ toy food pieces and a Kenmore toy pots and pans set. The microwave panel isn't a sticker - it's painted on. The knobs click, the faucet handles turn, and the electric burners are raised like a real stove.
The pieces that latch the oven and microwave doors are tricky to pull. I usually have to help my daughter open them, though she is able to slam them shut herself. It helps to secure the kitchen to the wall, both for the child's safety, but also for opening those doors. Older (4+) kids probably won't struggle with this so much. The kitchen took a lot of time to build so if you buy it as a holiday or birthday gift, plan start building soon after your child's bedtime so you won't be dealing with it at midnight. When I put the kitchen together, I noticed that the quality control for the leg grooves (where the bottom shelve fits into each leg) wasn't perfectly aligned. This made building the kitchen more challenging than need be. I'm not sure if this is just a one time fluke or if others have had the same issue.
If you have a small home or a tight kitchen space, this is definitely a kitchen to consider!