Toddlers kitchen FunPod back to lowest price £56.65 on Amazon
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Toddlers kitchen FunPod back to lowest price £56.65 on Amazon

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Found 17th Oct 2013
I'm sure this product isn't for everyone after reading the comments about it before, but its back at its lowest price. Only this price in maple and black colours

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Black also same price. Good idea but still overpriced.

these are a god send. I got one last year

I bought one of these when they first were released (about 6yrs ago) the model with removable high chair and it was £180 - absolutely brilliant!!! Steal at this price just for the pod and soooo versatile x

They used to cost more than this for used ones on eBay. Another yay vote for Funpod. Certainly there are cheaper alternatives for preschoolers upwards but my son has been helping me cook in his FunPod pretty much since he could stand.

I've always thought these were bit over the top but since having my son and the fact that I like to bake I really like the idea. seems much safer than chair etc. where do people store them ? they look quite big!

I just drag the kids little plastic table into the kitchen & do things on their level

They are great for one child, but if you have 2 close in age you have arguments and its easier to get them up the table. great price. We sold ours earlier in the year and got £45

sherry4283

They are great for one child, but if you have 2 close in age you have … They are great for one child, but if you have 2 close in age you have arguments and its easier to get them up the table. great price. We sold ours earlier in the year and got £45

. 2 pods would only be an option in a kitchen bigger than ours!

would i be able to fit 2 peas in this pod??

WTF is it???????????????

Original Poster

@J4GG4 its a box to allow the little ones to reach the kitchen worktops without the risk of falling off a chair/stool. Not received it yet - but the safety aspect will be handy for our girl im sure.

kangarookelv

@J4GG4 its a box to allow the little ones to reach the kitchen worktops … @J4GG4 its a box to allow the little ones to reach the kitchen worktops without the risk of falling off a chair/stool. Not received it yet - but the safety aspect will be handy for our girl im sure.



Thanks i watched the video, i dont understand it to be honest.

How do chairs get into the kitchen in the first place? toddlers cannot drag a chair into the kitchen. Why would you want your kid playing on the work tops? they could open a draw with knives in. Why not just use a high chair?

A solution to a problem I never knew existed

what is this exactly can they fall our

Always wondered what on earth they where, saw one in a house once and was very puzzled by it

How did everybody manage before these?!

Original Poster

livreg

How did everybody manage before these?!

thought the same myself, the Mrs insists its a must though!

I have had one for years, brilliant item! Worth every penny.

The opening line of the description says
"The Child Accident Prevention Trust remind us that 5 children die in accidents every week whilst over 2,000 are admitted to hospital."

Is it that the rest of the population of the world's children aren't getting harmed because they are stuck in wooden boxes in the kitchen?

Good price for the product but I think a little unnecessary. I have 3 children and I find that a good few layers of cotton wool and bubble wrap keeps them out of harm.

Expensive naughty step.

kangarookelv

thought the same myself, the Mrs insists its a must though!



Yours mrs is over protective. If you have the money and think its worth it then go for it. I dont see a use to it myself as i probably wont be able to fit into it

Its a good idea. You could just get a few planks cut to size at your local B&Q, and any man worth his salt should be able to knock something similar together in a few hours.

its a box!!

wish these had been around when mine were youngsters.

pop them in, shut the door, peace

shame no lid lol

jat2474

Its a good idea. You could just get a few planks cut to size at your … Its a good idea. You could just get a few planks cut to size at your local B&Q, and any man worth his salt should be able to knock something similar together in a few hours.



My man could never put this together in 100 years even if the right tools were put in front of him... but that said, a few hours of his time is worth more than this price!

That said, there are tutorials online on the Ikea Hacks pages to make one of these from their wooden step stool... though by the time you add together the price of the step stool, additional materials and your time, it probably isn't far off this price either!

Yes you can use a chair but I prefer this where they have to make a concerted effort to "fall" out. The height of the step is adjustable so the rim should only really be mid-chest level.

The nuisance factor now my boy is older is having to lift him into it whereas you can make your own with a door so they can climb up themselves. They can't really climb into this... at least I haven't suggested he try lest he takes that as approval to also climb out of it or climing into it unsupervised.

I don't think this is bubble wrapping as my son is given proper knives and SUPERVISED how to use them properly (learning to respect tools rather than try to keep everything out of reach of them coz obviously that's foolproof). Equally I don't leave him standing there alone with the hazards of the kitchen.

No one said this was as important as electricity but this is a great product for our needs/ lifestyle.

P/s the footprint can be a nuisance but you can get a chopping board lid for when you don't use it (I think) or be cheap like me and lay a baking tray across it for additional food holding capacity.

it's a box

paulmcuk

it's a box



Think I get one for my son - Jack.
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