ELC Sizzlin' Kitchen Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 2 Years+ / Type: Role Play / A kitchen with sounds. Not only contains cooker but also pretend dishwasher & folding table.
Newest Review: ... which when depressed by a saucepan being on top makes a sizzling noise. To one side of the hob is a deep fat fryer with a ... more
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Last Update 08.12.2013 22:53
Customer ELC Sizzlin' Kitchen Reviews (17)
by - written on 03/04/09 (Very useful, 236 readings)
As a little girl I always wanted a play kitchen. Unfortunetly space in our family home prevented this, and by the time we moved to a larger house and I finally got my own room, I no longer wanted one. 25 years later and now the proud mother of a 2 year old girl, I couldn't help but reminisce all those childhood favourites, and the ones that I would have loved to own too. So for her 2nd Christmas A kitchen was the present I decided to buy. Shopping around there is a huge variety on offer ranging in price (from £12-over £100), accessories, features and quality. I finally decided on the ELC Sizzlin' Kitchen, and am still happy with my choice 2 years ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/02, updated on 19/08/02 (Very useful, 708 readings)
My 3 year old daughter loves playing with the toys in the Early Learning Centre shop. Her favourite every time we went in was the Sizzlin’ Kitchen. ELC’s Sizzlin’ Kitchen costs £50. It includes a built in cooker and dishwasher, a sizzling frying pan, and over 30 play accessories. It is 100cm high and requires 2 x AA batteries, which are not included. The Sizzlin’ Kitchen is suitable for children of 3 years and above. So I decided to buy the Sizzlin’ Kitchen for Christmas. As it is a large item I didn’t fancy the idea of buying it from the local ELC shop so I ordered it online. ELC charge £2.95 for delivery, but when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/05, updated on 13/04/05 (Very useful, 2131 readings)
My son, Jacob, used to love the kitchen he played with at our toddler group so buying him something similar for his second Christmas seemed like the obvious present. I wanted to get a kitchen that was stimulating for him and encouraged imaginative play. After much browsing through catalogues to see what was available we decided to plump for the Early Learning Centre Sizzling Kitchen. We purchased it from the Early Learning Centre at the Meadowhall branch in Sheffield. We had seen a display model set up and were impressed with the toy. It stands approximately 4 feet high and working from the top down it has a plate rack, two circular shelves, utensil ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
We purchased this for our children last Christmas when they were aged 2 and 5. To be honest I was not sure whether it would be played with enough to be worth the price or not as it was an expensive toy. The fact that you got the additional accessory kit (on top of that already supplied) free with it was an added bonus and made the price slightly more justified. I don't know why I was was worried it was one of the best thing we have ever purchased for them. They have had many hours of playtime together through this item. It is a perfect height for both of the children and everything is easily reached. The fact that it has 2 sides is perfect if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/03, updated on 06/01/05 (Very useful, 453 readings)
For our Daughter's second Christmas we got her a kitchen. I had spotted in my favourite store(ELC of course) a brightly coloured Orange and Green and silver kitchen. The cost was £50. It was a decent size and was about 1 metre high roughly (it's in the garage just now on the rotation toys list). One side had a wee electric hob, and the other side had a sink with removable tap, just as well that daddy the plumber was able to fix it back on when she removed it. The Hob and sink could easily be removed too. Next to the hob was a small basket for chips and they went into a little perfect sized triangle to pretend that it was the deep fat fryer. An oven was ... Read the complete review
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