Rated 3 out of 5Â by Koko A little difficult to assemble
I bought for my 8 year old daughter for Christmas. She is very happy with it. Things are very durable. Children will have no complaint about it. I would like to give parents a head up for assembling. I decided to assemble before Christmas so it would be ready to use in the morning. I am very glad that I came up this idea. You need to secure the parts with some screws but there are no holes for them. You have to poke screws into very sturdy plastic. I was sweating and took about 30 - 40 minutes to get things together. Get your awl and candle/match ready before you start. They will be helpful.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by GracesGum Step 2 Does it Again!
I purchased this kitchen for my granddaughter's second birthday, and all I can say is: Step2 does it again by providing quality OHIO MADE products at exceptional value. The attached highchair was what made me chose this model over countless others on the market. She loves the light and sound from the stove! This product is unique in that older children can play with it as well, although I'm not sure how practical the colors will be if she receives a baby brother one day! Yes, the assembly was a pain in the butt, but I figure this is simply my payback for everything my own father had to put together in the 60s and 70s for my brothers and myself. Buy Ohio!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Mommy Beautiful, easy to build kitchen!
We bought this kitchen for our 2 year old daughter for Christmas. The colors are great and it was easy to assemble, except you need a power drill for the screws. My daughter was so excited when we were assembling it, but as soon as it was done, she was less interested in playing with it. Her 2 year old cousin though, who came to visit us for the holidays, played with it all the time. She probably needs some time to get used to it and understand how to play with it. Besides that, it's a beautiful kitchen with very nice colors.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by aeperry31 cute product
This is really cute and I think my kids will love it when they open it on their birthday. One problem (which I hope was just a fluke with my product and not a common problem) is that they FORGOT TO PUT THE HOLES IN FOR THE SCREWS! There were little indentations but not actual holes; we still got it assembled fine because my husband just used his drill, but that was a little irritating for me and could be a big problem for someone who doesn't have a drill.