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DEAL OF THE WEEK Belling fold away kitchen was £60 now £20 @ wilkinson
DEAL OF THE WEEK Belling fold away kitchen was £60 now £20 @ wilkinson

DEAL OF THE WEEK Belling fold away kitchen was £60 now £20 @ wilkinson

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This will be the new Deal of the Week

Reduced from £60 to £20, which is a further reduction as currently on offer at £24.97 but will be £20 tomorrow until next Thursday.

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There are loads in stock in the Derby store at the moment. Price should update online by 9am. Instore price will go live for when stores open on Friday morning.

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Original Poster

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have you actually seen this because some can be very flimsy, i have bought 2 in the last 2 years for my kids and they didn't last very long

what that big kitchen folds away into that case? If so I want one to replace the big thing in my daughters room

that pictures a bit naughty then

Quite flimsy, the door to the oven would not stay closed - as you can imagine little one got quite frustrated with this fault! Was returned after a few days. We may have got a dodgy one and we paid £29.99

My daughter has one of these too, she also has the same problem with the door not staying shut. Paid £24.99 for it last year.

Our kids have been using this for a year. They like it. It can fold away into that small case but never needs to.
I think it was £30-£40 when we got it. Hot.

Bought it last week for £25, tempted to try to return it and get it again at this price.

This was on the Sainsburys toys deal a few weeks back. It was 25 I think.

Icklechief.... we bought ours for DD last Christmas. The door would not close on ours either; plus - after a few weeks she did not play with it. But this would be typical of most of her toys. It would be re-visited when friends turned up though. The kitchen does fold up, but it is tricky and fiddly to get back in - the kettle & toaster sit aside to the kitchen, they don't fit in (obviously :-) ); If you lose the brackets to keep the outer sides together, the whole thing will not close - like what has happened to us!! DOH! Not sure if you can get replacements;

Other than the door though, I would say this is a good value kitchen for any child. HTH.

Too flimsy for me - tried to cook sausages on it and never heated up properly. Voted cold.

we have got the tesco version from last year it was £19.99.It too was very flimsy my 2 girls have played with it quite a bit though,they dont mind if it falls apart all the time.think it's only worth a tenner though
Edited by: "danny-mac" 19th Nov 2010

this is a flimsy kitchen, had it last year for my daughter. the door doesnt stay closed :0(

is it just me or does the folded up kitchen look like the iron man briefcase thing?![img]farm5.static.flickr.com/4030/4419144172_2541b431ec_o.jpg[/img]

is it just me or does the folded up kitchen look like the iron man briefcase thing?![img]farm5.static.flickr.com/4030/4419144172_2541b431ec_o.jpg[/img]

Why not go for the Step 2 Fresh Market Kitchen.
Only £149.99. I think my whole kitchen cost more than that
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When you fold the other kitchen up, where does the kettle/toaster pans etc go?

got this already, it doesnt fold away easily at all, takes ages infact. Its also flimsy, the door doesnt stay shut no.

If you can get past the door closing issues (I'm still unsure!) there's 5% quidco, then collect in store.

this kitchen does fold away, but only in the same sense any toy 'folds away' if you take it apart.
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