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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pizza Kitchen I am so full of having pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The boys just loved it and could not stop making us food.
Date published: 2018-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The kid loved it Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program.The products is very attractive, it's not just a regular play kitchen the TMNT design makes a statement.Everything snaps together no tools needed. You will been about 5 AAA batteries total.My 3 years old son love anything TMNT, and recently I've allowed him to help me cook in the real kitchen, his favorite thing to makes is pizza . So now when he wants to cook he can go on his own kitchen and makes some.I also have a 9 month old who play alog with him, none of the part are small enough for her to choke on . So I can allow her to play freely with him.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cute, but not completely functional The kitchen is cute and durable, however there are four issues with it. First, there is no pot included that triggers the boiling sound on the stove, so it is pointless to have that function. The pressure trigger on the outer ring of the stove is the one triggered by the included pot and it makes a cooking sound as intended. The pressure trigger on the next ring in makes a boiling sound, but there is no instrument to trigger it.Second, you cannot assemble the kitchen without an electric drill with a Phillips head screw driver bit, because they did not provide holes for the screws to go into. The plastic is much too thick to drive the screws in manually.Third and most serious, there is a screw that is integral to attaching the blue top to the green counter top and it is impossible to reach with a conventional drill, because it is located underneath the cupboard. You either need a compact drill that is not longer than 6" at most or you need to do it manually with a short screw driver. I had to do the latter, which meant drilling a small hole first at an odd angle just to get the screw started, since there is no provided hole for the screw. Then I just had to grind away at it manually.Fourth, there are 3 plastic hooks that you press into provided holes, but the holes provided are too small in diameter and it is very difficult to press the hooks into place.All in all, it's a cute, mostly functional kitchen, but it was complicated to assemble. The directions had simple and specific pictures to follow, but almost no English directions to accompany them, which is interesting for a product that claims to be produced primarily in the United States.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome kitchen!! Very best idea my 5 year old and 2 year old love it!! Just curious though, on the stove burner there are two different buttons that make two different sounds but it only came with a skillet that will work the one button. What's the other button for?
Date published: 2017-08-04
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