Let the kids cook you a plastic breakfast. Bosch - Kitchen Basic reduced from £55 @ Debenhams
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Let the kids cook you a plastic breakfast. Bosch - Kitchen Basic reduced from £55 @ Debenhams

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Found 3rd Jan
Bosch kitchen (two-sided) with electronic cooking sound and various accessories, including plates, utensils, saucepan and frying pan. Height: approx. 88.5 cm.

Suitable for age 3 years +
Includes: 2 plates, 2 spoons, 2 knifes, 2 forks, 1 sauce pan, 1 frying pan, pepper pot, salt pot, 2 cooking spoons, slice and sauce spoon
Dimensions: 88.5 x 60 x 31cm
Weight: 3.2kg
Assembly required (1 adult)
Batteries required: 2x AAA (not included)
Always remove the batteries from the battery compartment before cleaning the unit. Clean the unit using a moist cloth without detergent
Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Contains small party or small parts that can be torn off and may, for example, be swallowed. Risk of suffocation.
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I feel like my wife already does that
iGlad17 m ago

As most people in the UK can’t cook I don’t see the point of this!!


That's a bold claim.

If this be the case, would this not be exactly what youngsters need to give them an introduction to cooking.
I think that would be a huge point.
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I feel like my wife already does that
Just looked - has poor reviews on Amazon...
sunshineandsparkle19 m ago

Just looked - has poor reviews on Amazon...


Found on Amazon there is some bad reviews but also plenty good. This was based on a massively inflated price though (£60.82, beggars belief realy). Surely at this price it's worth a punt.
Edited by: "BFCsider" 3rd Jan
£16.50 is a cracking price for this!
Bought for £15 a couple of years ago (Debenhams). It's not worth much more than that to be fair.
It's not great but we use it in an outside play house, better to get one of the ELC or Asda ones on sale for long term use.
I got one for daughter and she loves it. Paid 20 Quid 3 years ago.
Bought for 12 from tesco last year
If it can cook plastic it's obviously too dangerous for kids.
Saves a trip to McDonald's for breakfast!
As most people in the UK can’t cook I don’t see the point of this!!
Bought it for £15 from tesco few month back... not good quality..for toodlers it's ok
iGlad17 m ago

As most people in the UK can’t cook I don’t see the point of this!!


That's a bold claim.

If this be the case, would this not be exactly what youngsters need to give them an introduction to cooking.
I think that would be a huge point.
Before you buy your child this lump of plastic that will take ~1000 years to break down, will end up in the ocean and they will get bored of in five minutes anyway, ask yourself if they really need it.
BFCsider4 h, 11 m ago

That's a bold claim.If this be the case, would this not be exactly what …That's a bold claim.If this be the case, would this not be exactly what youngsters need to give them an introduction to cooking.I think that would be a huge point.


It’s not bold it’s a fact check out the takeaway meals data. A plastic kitchen won’t teach them how to cook however watching/helping mum or dad in the kitchen will. I am assuming that there are two parents of opposite gender in the household and both can can cook a meal from scratch. Disclaimer: other households might have a single parent or same sex parents who can cook.
I thought that was what Asda , Morrisons etc did anyway !
my daughter is 24. there's a better chance of her cooking something edible with this than in my kitchen.
Can't believe Bosch make childrens toys

They even have a coffee maker

What a great gift to give someone


Sorry couldn't afford a real Bosch oven but have this plastic childrens one instead
I bought this from debenhams for £26 for my 1.5 year old for Xmas and even now am still happy to have paid that price. Quality is ok, nice modern design. The ONLY fault I have is the door being difficult to open and shut so I would definitely say £16.50 is a bargain.
The dream *___*
Yeah - bought a couple of years ago. It was terrible. Doors fell off easily and the food was rubbish.

My kids destroyed it within a couple of weeks - and they dont tend to destroy anything really
Cold.. Look at the reviews
Not great at all, no trays in the oven and the doors don't stay on. Very difficult to get the batteries in. Would be disgusted had we paid full price.
Thank you. Got three for grandchildren
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