Kidkraft Suite Elite Kitchen

April 14, 2014 - Comment

An adorable blast from the past, KidKraft′s Suite Elite Kitchen has the throw-back appeal of a drive-in diner from the 50′s! Kids can cook and entertain while enjoying cute granite-like countertops, order-up gingham curtains and a retro-looking diamond backsplash. Raised burners, a microwave and large oven make for wonderful culinary role-play, and a real chalkboard

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An adorable blast from the past, KidKraft′s Suite Elite Kitchen has the throw-back appeal of a drive-in diner from the 50′s! Kids can cook and entertain while enjoying cute granite-like countertops, order-up gingham curtains and a retro-looking diamond backsplash. Raised burners, a microwave and large oven make for wonderful culinary role-play, and a real chalkboard is perfectly placed for menu-posting or taking to-go orders with the kitchen′s telephone.  Dimensions:11.9 x 35.7 x 33.9 inches Some assembly may be required. Please see product details.Let your child’s imagination soar with the KidKraft Suite Elite Kitchen, an Amazon Exclusive item. This kid-sized kitchen has all the features of a real kitchen to stimulate culinary creativity and inspire fun, creative play. These features include a two-burner stove, refrigerator/freezer, sink, microwave, and curtains, all of which are embellished with bright colors and detailed graphics to enhance the realistic look and feel of the kitchen. Intended for use by children 3 years of age and older.

Kid Kraft Logo Suite Elite Kitchen
Ages: 3 years and up
Requires: Phillips screwdrivers; Adult assembly

What We Think
Fun factor: 5 starts
Durability: 4 starts
Ease of assembly: 3 starts
Educational factor: 4 starts
Novelty factor: 4 starts

The Good: Functional details create a life-like kitchen experience

The Challenging: Time-intensive assembly

In a Nutshell: A stimulating kitchen that encourages creative play and inspires the development of a healthy imagination Kid Kraft callout Ride Around Town Train Table

This durable, kid-sized kitchen stimulates your child’s culinary creativity. View larger. A Recipe for Creativity
The KidKraft Suite Elite Kitchen combines engineering and durability with bright colors and fun details to provide a holistically creative experience for your child. Features include a two-burner stove with dials that turn, an oven with moveable dials and a viewing window, a microwave with a window in the door, a sink with adjustable faucet and moveable handle, and real cloth curtains that can be pulled open or closed.

The refrigerator/freezer unit features a real chalkboard on the door and a wall-mounted jack for the cordless telephone handset. An open storage shelf beneath the microwave provides ample space for KidKraft cooking accessories (not included), and the roomy refrigerator interior will easily hold all the Tasty Treats Pretend Food (not included) your young chef needs to get the most out of this stimulating kitchen. Handcrafted wood pieces and plastic components have been tested against mechanical and/or material hazards and are engineered to last, providing years of playtime for the little chef in your home.

The Proof is in the Pudding
The KidKraft Suite Elite Kitchen will endure the test of time. Built to last by a company founded by engineers, the vivid graphics and life-like details of the KidKraft Suite Elite Kitchen encourage lively, imaginative play. All components of this stimulating kitchen have undergone rigorous testing to guard against any mechanical and/or material hazards and can be easily cleaned with soap and water.

Considerable time should be set aside for adult assembly of this kitchen. With over 35 individual parts and corresponding hardware, a power Phillips screwdriver is recommended to save time. Once assembled, adult supervision is recommended to ensure that children do not climb on or around the kitchen. In addition, a separate wall-mounting kit (not included) is available for attaching the kitchen to a wall for increased stability.

What’s in the Box
Wood and plastic play pieces and panels, hardware for assembly, two cloth curtains, and instructions for assembly.


Product Features

  • In-set hinges are built for durability and longevity, magnet-free plastic clips ensure doors open and close securely
  • Removable sink basin makes for easy cleaning
  • Open shelving allows for storage of kitchen necessities and culinary gadgets
  • Stove dials and oven knobs click and turn, just like mom and dad?s
  • Accessories not included

Comments

CKE says:

A Guaranteed Hit! The Kidkraft Suite Elite Kitchen is all(most) that you would expect from a top-end play kitchen. In less than a week it has become my daughter’s number 1 toy! She loves to put her plate and cups into and out of the cabinets. The ages on the toy are listed for ages 3 and up, but our daughter is 1 and she loves it.Pros- Solid wood construction – it seems like it will withstand a few years of play.- Nice look – it looks real + it isn’t an eye sore in a play room.- Cabinets, microwaves, stoves….all open with an audible click – they *sound real*- Seems to be easy to clean – the sink is removable, the counter-tops can be wiped- Non gender specific colors… which may seem odd, but if you have a little boy who likes to play in the kitchen have no fear you can buy him this without loading his room up with pink!Cons- Plan on 2-3 hours to put this thing together (maybe more). It is as bad or worse than any…

Laila says:

Don’t wait until Christmas Eve to assemble I bought this for my nieces for Christmas. It’s very cute and sturdy. Since I haven’t given it to them yet, I can’t tell you what they think of it, but after spending 3 1/2 hours putting it together last night, I can give you a few hints on assembly.First, it’s definitely harder than Ikea. Ikea optimizes the assembly so that everything can be put together with one or two types of hardware. This is not the case here. If there is a board, it probably has it’s own hardware. There are seven types of bolts and four types of screws. They organize the hardware nicely in a divided packet, but be very careful not to mix them up. Open only the ones you need from the pack by the perforated cardboard on the back. Don’t mix up the matching bolts and nuts. They come attached to each other. I mixed them up at some point and they didn’t attach easily, even though they were the same type of hardware.I was able to manage with the mini wrench and Allen wrenches supplied, but you…

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