WARNING! Adult assembly required. Take care when opening package – contains small parts hazardous to children under 3 years in unassembled stage.Recommended for children 3 years and older.This product bears the CE mark.
Expensive.LeylaA bit overpriced. I turned it into a functional kitchen for me son. I wish they will consider it in the future. But otherwise its OK4
It's a good price forDenisseIt's a good price for the money.5
Love this kitchen!BreannI love this kitchen and so does my daughter! I was easy to put together, and is sturdy. Very happy we decided to go with this play kitchen.5
Additional empty table space is needed.ALEXGood overall but requires some empty space for food preparation. Could be added as butterfly addition on sides, or in between cook top and sink. Just make the entire kitchen wider. Thanks.3
IkeagirlCeliaMy granddaughter loved it. Great quality!5
Awesome little kitchen!KathleenAwesome little kitchen!5
Awesome play kitchen. My daughterLailanyAwesome play kitchen. My daughter loves it5
A great design inviting lotsGeriA great design inviting lots of pretend play from my 19 month old grandson. A well designed toy that will offer hours of future playtime.5
Just what I was expecting!SusanJust what I was expecting! Great little kitchen5
I bought this for myJennyI bought this for my granddaughter she is 19 months. The height is adjustable so she can get busy making pizza and cookies.5
My granddaughter Loves It!Amy L.She played with a display kitchen for nearly 30 minutes when we visited the store a few weeks ago. It is perfect for her, and holds so many kitchen playthings!5
Little KitchenKATHYEasy assembly, quality materials. This was a great kitchen set to purchase for my grandkids.5
Play kitchenchristineSolid, well made toy that will stand up to years of tough play. Simple yet has everything the imagination needs. Instructions well laid out for no-fail assembly.5
Excellent qualityjohnVery easy to put together. Very fine quality and all pieces fit well5
Great for young mindsANTHONYPurchased for my grandchild. Once it was setup they loved play cooking and serving meals to everyone.5
Happy Independent ToddlerCherithSet up for my 23 mo. old. I left off the top shelf, replaced the stove top with a cutting board and replaced the sink with a functioning water dispenser. My son loves the independence of making his own snack and filling up his own water. Plan on adding the top shelf as he gets older. Love that he will be able to grow with it as well with the adjustable leg heights.5
Kid FriendlyTinaMost affordable kid kitchen for small spaces.4
Excellent toychienerhExcellent toy5
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A dream come true for every young chef or baker
In DUKTIG play kitchen, your child can cook and bake – just like the grown-up master chefs on TV. There’s a faucet and sink, a cooktop with battery-operated diodes, and cabinets for keeping kitchen utensils handy. Adjustable legs help the kitchen to grow along with the chef. It’s all made from durable, recyclable materials and meets the strictest safety requirements in the world. And we’ve made sure to remove all dangerous chemicals – just the way you want your food.