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Disney princess kitchen less than half price (from £69.99) now £29.99 @ Toys R Us
Disney princess kitchen less than half price (from £69.99) now £29.99 @ Toys R Us

Disney princess kitchen less than half price (from £69.99) now £29.99 @ Toys R Us

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This magical Disney Princess toy kitchen says 11 fun phrases and makes realistic kitchen sounds! Includes 18 accessories including Mrs Potts!

Comes with frying pan, teapot, phone, cups and saucers plus other accessories, Disney Princess characters will talk to you as you work in the kitchen, turn the pages of the recipe book to hear magical cooking ideas, the oven talks and the tap makes realistic water sounds.

Dress up outfits not included. Colours and styles may vary. Adult assembly required.

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THERE IS ALSO A DEAL ON AT THE MOMENT WHERE YOU GET A DISNEY PRINCESS VANITY CASE WORTH £14.99 FREE IF YOU SPEND OVER £40 ON SELECTED DISNEY PRINCESS SO I GOT THE DINSEY PRINCESS APRON SET TO GO WITH THE KITCHEN WHICH IS £9.99 AND GOT SOME DISNEY PRINCESS PAPER CUPS £1.79 TO MAKE IT TO OVER £40. I WILL TRY TO GET SOME PICS ON LATER

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bought this last year as same price, it is fab, my daughter loves it.

yes i already got on my shopping list does seem bit con as been that price for a while

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kebabjones;3495985

yes i already got on my shopping list does seem bit con as been that … yes i already got on my shopping list does seem bit con as been that price for a while



I just bought it from store and weekend and looks very good for the price anyway especially with free vanity case

:-D

also got this for my duaghter last xmas at the same price..its nice and sturdy but she hardly looks at it!!!

we got this 2 years ago at the same price, nice item shame it hasnt been played with, one tip though get some one else to make it for you!

I also bought this 2 years ago, it took ages to put together but it's very good value. It has been £29.99 for 2 years though!

There's always this Swap Top Kitchen for £10 more:

amazon.co.uk/Wor…8-1

Turns into a desk & chair so it should have some use after they've finished playing big cook little cook.

Whirly;3497346

There's always this Swap Top Kitchen for £10 … There's always this Swap Top Kitchen for £10 more:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Worlds-Apart-Swap-Top-Kitchen/dp/B0019DRMP8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=toys&qid=1227025899&sr=8-1Turns into a desk & chair so it should have some use after they've finished playing big cook little cook.



Looks a bit boring compared to this tho...........

http://usafirstchoice.org/images/pG01-3695038dt.jpg

or this


http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41cyJAm9nQL._SL500_AA280_.jpg

Great post, heat added, one ordered

"Looks a bit boring compared to this tho..........."

Well, it depends on a number of things:

1. Using the right picture - the Swap Top one opens out into quite a nice little kitchen.
2. Taste - the Disney one is hardly what I would call tasteful. With those looks it could be called the pink nightmare kitchen.
3. Space - does your kid have a big enough room for the Disney monstrosity?
4. Build quality - One is made of MDF (not great) and one is made of moulded plastic that (by many reports) snaps off rather easily. Can you guess which is which?
5. Length of service - One is a hideous plastic kitchen that will be played with for a couple of days and then sit in the room like a constant reminder of wasted money, the other is a kids kitchen that will be played with for a couple of days then turn into a desk where they can do drawing/painting/etc rather than on your expensive dining room table.
6. Imagination - one requires your child's imagination and the other requires Disney's imagination.

After much deliberation I chose the Swap Top for my little girl. I'll also buy a pack of Disney Princess stickers so she can decorate it herself (she is obsessed with DP).

*grins* Why, oh why did I waste time on this post?

I have both the princess kitchen and the swap top desk, I didn't see it as one or the other as they are totally different, my girls are 5 and 18 months and I would say the princess kitchen is aimed at younger children where the swap top desk appeals more as they get older, my youngest doesn't even look at the swap top kitchen, my eldest mainly uses it as a desk.

For the price, I think the princess kitchen is great, the added colours and accessories and sounds really makes it a nice addition to any little girls room.

Agreed takes ages to put together

my daughter has a swap top kitchen and it is fab x
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