Kiddos Kitchenette™

Step2 Kiddos Kitchenette
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Kiddos Kitchenette™

$35 - $45

Invite your little chef friends over for a party with the Kiddos Kitchenette™ by Step2.

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    Step2 Kiddos Kitchenette

    Kiddos Kitchenette™

    Kiddos can master the art of kitchen role play in their very own kitchenette! This kids play kitchen features realistic design and adorable kitchen appliances for kids to dream up all types of imaginary dishes. Toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy the fun electronic sounds that resemble the noises of real life appliances. This adorably compact play kitchen will fit perfectly in any home! Made in USA of US and imported parts.

    • Kiddos will love to pretend to cook on a fun electronic stove burner!
    • Convenient storage hooks provide storage space for hanging utensils!
    • Includes a 21-piece kitchen accessory play set! (play food not included)
    • Requires 2 "AA" batteries, not included
    • Adult assembly required

    RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 and up
    PRODUCT NUMBER: 488200
    DIMENSIONS: 34.00 H 26.00 W 11.00 D
    WEIGHT: 13.25 lbs

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value for Money It seems like a simple assembly but it is time consuming and we needed a power drill because the holes that attach the backsplash to the base are not pre-drilled so we had to drill through solid plastic, which takes some effort. Other than that, it is really good value for money for the size and at this price point. And my little one loves it. The “hot plate” makes sizzling or boiling noises if she puts the frying pan or pot on it. It’s also a good fit for small spaces.
Date published: 2019-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for the kiddos This product is durable as well great for the kiddos. Love this product
Date published: 2019-01-26
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Do I need to drill holes to put the screws in?

Asked by: djone104
Our manufacturing process does allow us to consistently place holes into parts without creating plastic shavings which are considered small parts per the toy safety industry standard for USA. We instead provide location points for screws as shown in the product instructions. The metal screws are self-tapping and when a downward pressure or force is applied onto screw with driving in with screwdriver, they will drive into the plastic and create their own hole. This would be the same or true of driving screws into a wood board without a hole. If needed or preferred, you can use a small nail with a hammer and pound a nail in a bit to create starter hole and then take out install screw. A power screwdriver or rechargeable drill can also be used to aid installing screws but we do not always recommend as driving screws in too far can strip out the plastic and cause other damage.
Answered by: Step2 Staff Member
Date published: 2019-01-11
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