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1. How tip over proof is this? Some of the kitchens I've seen on Woot and elsewhere were pronte to tipping over according to the research I did.
2. Is this better/comparable/lesser quality thant the KidKraft kitchens woot and other vendors have offered?
3. How sturdy/durable is this?
4. Granddad wants to know if this is too juvenile for his 5 year old granddaughter???
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CowboyDann wrote: Amazon has 101 pieces of food for 31 dollars
It might not sound like a great deal when it's literally more than half the kitchen, but i saw a 20 piece set going for about 10. It's pretty good.
It's okay - but for $79.00 you can get the kitchen and 101 pieces of food with free site-to-store shipping at WalMart, which is just $14.00 more than this price when you include the $5 shipping. We don't need a kitchen (or food) anyway - as I got one for free from a neighbor when they moved, but I just like to check it out a bit to decide if I should give anyone IRL a head's up when there is a good deal on here...and I found that WalMart deal pretty comparable & if 101 pieces costs you $31 on amazon, then you are better off getting it from WalMart.
Oops forgot the link: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Step2-Lifestyle-Welcome-Home-Kitchen-101-Piece-Food-Set-Value-Bundle/19486192?findingMethod=rr
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