KidKraft Red Vintage Kitchen

April 14, 2014 - Comment

KidKraft Red Retro Kitchen Center. An interactive hub of cooking fun! Little chefs can use their imagination to create delightful dishes for friends and family at this Red Retro Kitchen Center! Hours of fun await… from turning knobs to opening doors to a cordless phone, little buddies are able to pretend they’re making dinner and

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KidKraft Red Retro Kitchen Center. An interactive hub of cooking fun! Little chefs can use their imagination to create delightful dishes for friends and family at this Red Retro Kitchen Center! Hours of fun await… from turning knobs to opening doors to a cordless phone, little buddies are able to pretend they’re making dinner and gabbing with friends, just like mom and dad! Features solid wood construction for years of play time! Here’s what’s cookin’: Includes a ladle, pot and cooking apron; Doors open and close; Oven knobs click and turn; Removable sink for easy clean up ; Kitchen dimensions are 33 x 11 2/3 x 35 2/3″; Cook up a great time for your kids! Get this Kitchen Center for LESS! Order yours now! KidKraft Red Retro Kitchen Center

Product Features

  • Doors open and close
  • Oven knobs click and turn
  • Cordless phone
  • Removable sink for easy cleaning
  • Sturdy Construction

Comments

David A. Sobel says:

Great kitchen…well-packaged for assembly First, I’ll talk about assembly of the kitchen. Then, I’ll talk about the kitchen itself.============ASSEMBLY============You’ll see several other reviewers talk about the difficult assembly of this product. Make no mistakes, putting this together is a non-trivial task, but I have to applaud KidKraft for the thought they put into the packaging to make the assembly as pain-free as possible. If you’ve never done this sort of furniture construction before, then building this is outside of your league, but anyone familiar with Ikea-type furniture should not have significant problems.To wit:* All parts are labelled with a letter in the instructions, and each part has a sticker affixed to it with the same letter. Makes identification of each part MUCH easier.* All screws/bolts/washers/etc are packaged in a “compartmentalized” plastic clamshell container. This makes it much easier to keep your 5mm screws from mixing with your…

Book Lovin' Mom says:

The good, the bad, the height, the storage We got this kitchen set for our two toddlers (ages 2 and 3). I was worried about the size and height of the kitchen because others have said it’s small. It is small, but it’s fine. Our three year old can stand and work at it no problem. It’d be too small for a five year old unless they kneeled and worked, but I don’t think this product is aimed at older kids anyway.Assembly…it’s really not that bad. We laid out all the pieces by number (it comes with easily removed number stickers on each piece) and all the nuts, bolts, etc. by letter. Putting it together was easy because we could easily grab the parts we need. With two of us, talking and not rushing, it took a couple of hours. Well worth it, really, when you consider how inexpensive this wooden kitchen is compared to pre-assembled ones. When assembled it looks GREAT. Everything matched up, screwed in, and shut tight. We had to file the glue off the one dowel, but no biggie.Storage….that was our…

R. Alessi says:

Well designed, but small I love the style of the kitchen – a lot of compliments from everyone who has seen it. It is cute and compact for all the accessories it features. All of the doors swing out, which is very important because doors that flip down become places for your child to climb on, and the door would either break or tip the kitchen over. It is fairly heavy as the majority of the kitchen is some sort of wood or wood composite (can’t tell as it is painted an all-over red laquer). Some of the silver parts are metal, but unfortunately not all are, with both plastic and painted wood used. I worry about the metallic paint used – who knows these days whether it’s safe or not. The overall durability seems quite good to my critical engineer’s eye.I didn’t have too much trouble assembling, but I can easily see where a less patient or less spacially-oriented person would have issues. If you’ve had trouble putting anything together, you will probably have a problem with this. As careful as…

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