CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Treehaus Wood Play Kitchen
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- Features a stove, oven, pantry cabinet and removeable sink basin
- Made of wood
- Free of phithalates and BPA's
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Buy something else unless you are moderately good with power tools.
This was planned to be a major part of Christmas for my son, and I am so disappointed in this. I'm so glad I didn't wait to assemble it.
- Mine came with a center shelf inside the cabinet, but it was too small so it falls out of the grooves in the side panel. I had to glue in some quarter-round for support.
- Many of the screw holes didn't line up.
- The screws for the knobs all have flat tips. They're more like machine screws than wood screws and as a result if the screw doesn't go in perfectly straight it will strip out the hole.
- The picture on the front of the box was slightly different than the finished product. In this picture the oven door opens down, but in our set it opens sideways.
- The plastic clips that hold the doors closed are so tight that our toddler can't open them by herself.
- There's a 1/4" gap between the edge of the front piece and the side on the right.
- The screws are very cheap and I ended up stripping the tops on two of them. I had to replace them with normal wood screws.
As was the case with the other reviewers, I'm really glad I got mine on clearance. I would have been REALLY annoyed if I paid $137.25 which is what this is currently going for.
The quality of the wood is good. It is untreated, so you can leave it unfinished, or stain it to your preference, which is exactly how I like it. As expected for the very low price, there were some minor quality issues here and there, which is the reason for 1 star deduction: Some of the holes were a bit splintered on the wood surface (sandpaper fixed that). The knobs for the sink and stove do not turn (can easily be fixed by buying different type of screws ;) ). It is VERY hard to line up the two doors completely straight...but it is absolutely possible ;)
So. My judgement for this product: It is an absolutely viable option for those of us who want a wooden playkitchen for their kids and not one of those terrible plastic ones - but can not afford to spend $200+ for one! I might even buy a second one for my daycare, before they are all sold out ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Mine had great fit and finish, absolutely no problem with assembly. I've had mine for anout 3 years and it still looks like new.Published 2 months ago by JB
This was a gift for my two year old daughter.which has us pleasantly surprised. It is free of so many nasties like chemical paint and plastics and cost a fraction of many other... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michelle
Happened to get the "floor display" has it was stated in the packing instructions like they were shipping to a store so it cane fully assembled with zero problems. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Julie
Nightmare to put together. Pieces labelled incorrectly. The wrong screws provided, which were impossible to use--had to go buy new screws. Read morePublished on July 6, 2014 by Erika
I thought I was purchasing a unit that was being sold in a store but what I received was a fully assembled STORE DISPLAY MODEL. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by Gary F Downie
I just received this kitchen as a gift for my daughter. I was worried about prior reviews so decided to open and check all the pieces well in advance of the holiday. Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Slick_Nic
I just bought one of these on sale elsewhere. Not perfect, and assembling the thing was a PITA. But I managed to do it in about 30 minutes with a decent screw driver. Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by Livens
We received this as a gift for our 2 yr old daughter. The wood is real wood, however the workmanship left something to be desired. Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by K. Govocek
My children received two Treehaus items for Christmas. I decided to attempt to put this kitchen together and ended up having to use an impact drill to get the screws in. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by AlwaysJennifer