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Review of Pin Toys Wooden Kitchen Combo

Posted on | November 25, 2007 | No Comments

Expensive, lovely to look at, basic wooden toy kitchen.


Santa brought this last year for our then 3 year old daughter. Its a lovely wooden made kitchen and is still going strong, despite having been redecorated in blue biro scribbles by the 2 year old. Its very well made, no sharp corners and very sturdy.

Wooden kitchen

It has a few clicky buttons and a pretend sink and hob. The mock oven door opens to reveal a removal shelf and it clicks shut using a magnet.  The accessories shown in the above photo are not included in the cost, just the bar and the hooks to attach them from.

I think Santa may have purchased ours from MiMiToys at a cost of approximately €150. This, in retrospect, was too expensive. I think she would have gotten more play and enjoyment out of a bigger kitchen/area, possibly just plastic, which came with plenty of cheap, robust accessories.

That said, this is a well crafted kitchen which has withstood a year’s fairly robust play.

As far as I can see, the main distributor is John Crane Ltd, as I’m not sure is MiMiToys still sell it.

Rated 3/5 on Nov 25 2007
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