Less Than Half Price Little Tikes Side By Side Kitchen Was £119.99 Now Only £54.99 Using Code Including Free Delivery @ Toys R Us
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Less Than Half Price Little Tikes Side By Side Kitchen Was £119.99 Now Only £54.99 Using Code Including Free Delivery @ Toys R Us

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Found 16th Oct 2014
I think this is a great deal!
Grab one now and put it up for Christmas....not far away now!!
Little Tikes Side By Side Kitchen Blue.
Was £119.99, now half price at £59.99.
Use code BIRTHDAY9 to get it for only £54.99.
Free Standard Delivery.
This item is excellent quality, as you would expect from Little Tikes.
Comes with accessories too and makes 'cooking sounds'.
Great for a main pressie for little boys or girls

Info:
Children will have great role play fun with this corner design play kitchen! With an oven, sink, fridge, countertop, and lots of accessories, this a great kitchen for any aspiring chef! The corner design allows for side by side play and it even makes cooking sounds!

Realistic kitchen appliances
Cooker makes electronic noises
Faux-granite countertop
Towel bar with a real towel
Play accessories including saucepan, plates and food
Assembly required
Manufactured in Europe

19 Comments

fab find just a shame my daughter does not play with dtuff like this no more .

Not bad, but like everything the price goes up every year, was half-price at £49.99 and using code got it for £44.99 delivered 2 yrs ago from Toysrus

I spent ages getting our toy kitchen and this is a bargain at this price!

Ordered for delivery tomorrow cheers

Ordered thanks

Great kitchen. Tempted, but not sure if my daughter will make much use of it. I missed out on the Fisher-Price kitchen that briefly flew passed here a couple of months ago at under £20!

It's been this price since at least a year ago but it's a good compact kitchen.

got ours 3 years ago, it had always been this price

We got this last year. Its OK but the £50 kitchen at ikea is better imo. No way this is worth £120 £40 is more realistic

ordered, thanks. Heat added! let's hope we get on better with this than the ELC studio kitchen I returned this week!

This is quite a small kitchen. The price is probably what it is worth.

Original Poster

cov4theprem

got ours 3 years ago, it had always been this price



I am tempted to get this for my 18 Month old. It states recommended age is 3+, would you say this would be ok for him? Is it pretty sturdy?

foxykelli

I am tempted to get this for my 18 Month old. It states recommended age … I am tempted to get this for my 18 Month old. It states recommended age is 3+, would you say this would be ok for him? Is it pretty sturdy?



Will be absolutely fine. My son wasnt up on his feet til 19 months but at that point the kitchen was fine for him to pull up to and stand holding on etc.

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ellie27

Will be absolutely fine. My son wasnt up on his feet til 19 months but … Will be absolutely fine. My son wasnt up on his feet til 19 months but at that point the kitchen was fine for him to pull up to and stand holding on etc.



That's great. Just needed to check. We liken our son to Wreck it Ralph- he has a Fisher Price Garage which is pretty heavy, but he walks around carrying it with one hand lol!! I think he will really like this, so thanks to your advice this will be his main Christmas Pressie this year

foxykelli

I am tempted to get this for my 18 Month old. It states recommended age … I am tempted to get this for my 18 Month old. It states recommended age is 3+, would you say this would be ok for him? Is it pretty sturdy?



Yes I would go for it as our boy was a similar age when we got it. They also sell well second hand as I'm sure we just got £30 for ours recently via ebay.

A few years ago the vegetables had RFID chips in them hence this was this more interactive than it is now. It would say things like 'put the broccoli in the frying pan' etc. and kids could follow a recipe card. I think now it is more basic

It is a good toy but do not be influenced by the offer price as it is normally around the £50 mark

Original Poster

cov4theprem

Yes I would go for it as our boy was a similar age when we got it. They … Yes I would go for it as our boy was a similar age when we got it. They also sell well second hand as I'm sure we just got £30 for ours recently via ebay.A few years ago the vegetables had RFID chips in them hence this was this more interactive than it is now. It would say things like 'put the broccoli in the frying pan' etc. and kids could follow a recipe card. I think now it is more basicIt is a good toy but do not be influenced by the offer price as it is normally around the £50 mark



Thanks for the advice. Will be purchasing one this weekend now :-)

Is it made of wood?

Original Poster

No, chunky plastic.

Brilliant thanks - saved me hours of trawling the internet!!
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