Asda George Deluxe Kitchen down to £35 (Pickup)

Asda George Deluxe Kitchen down to £35 (Pickup)

Found 18th Feb
Looks to be very cheap for a wooden kids play kitchen
Had already been reduced down to £40

2% Quidco on George \ Kids indoor outdoor toys
£35 Store Pickup
£37.50 delivered - I think

Equipped with everything your little culinary superstar needs for hours of play, it comes with an opening oven, drawer, cupboard and microwave, plus a clock with moving hands so they can keep an eye on their creations!

We've included moveable hob covers that show blue for cold and red for hot, and a pretend sink for them to put the dishes in when they're done! All in all, this amazing set will give them plenty of opportunities for interacting with their friends, role-playing and creating stories in their kitchen.

Please note: The wooden pan set pictured is not included but can be purchased separately here.

• Assembly Required
• Box Dimensions: 56.5 x 14.7 x 63.8cm
Community Updates
We got the other very similar one from ASDA for our kids xmas present. We paid about £40 too but wouldn’t have wanted to pay anymore based on the quality. It is fine but not perfect on the finish with a few defects although ASDA highlighted this themselves by sending an email to us after we collected apologising for the quality. In short not pristine but our 2 year old is still made up to play with it!
ready to be used four times then left to clutter the room,and used merely as another table for junk, then left in the garden to go green and fall apart ready for the tip in about two years time.brilliant
Edited by: "percyrush" 18th Feb
We have the deluxe version of this kitchen and love it. There are a few issues with mainly the closing latches but the cupboard themselves are sturdy enough. Money wasn't our issue - colour scheme and design was. I was happy to fork out for the Kidcraft, Plum or GLTC ones but a lot were pink and I wanted something more primary coloured. Plum have since released a lovely grey set (think Farrow & Ball grey) but I couldn't have paid for the pink monstrosities Kidcraft keep coming up with. Ikea ones are a nice neutral colour but basic. My daughter loves the window and ice dispenser on this one. I read the reviews and decided that even if I had to pay a joiner/ carpenter to fix the shoddy build quality that this is the kitchen I wanted. It turns out that only 1 retaining latch is faulty, needing a slightly bigger screw to hold it in place. I haven't done it as the door still stays close without it.
Edited by: "flyingirl" 22nd Feb
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