Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Kitchen Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: 6 months / Type: Learning Toy / Introduce baby to the alphabet, colours, counting, opposites and much more.
Newest Review: ... which was brilliant as i was doing it on my own. The kitchen itself is double sided, on the front is a small oven with sink ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Kitchen Reviews (15)
by - written on 23/10/07 (Very useful, 3646 readings)
Fisher price laugh and learn kitchen. My story. My daughters 1st birthday was creeping up so I was getting excited and trying to find many things to buy for her that she would love. The first place where I saw the kitchen was in Argos for around £65. I was drawn to this straightaway so I suggested to my partner and to my dad. But they didn’t really take much attention because they had not seen it. Eventually I and my partner went to Toys R us and we were putting a few things in the trolley and then I spotted it. I showed Steve and he said yeh that good and he put it in the trolley I was so happy as I knew she was going to love ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
We were in Toys r us doing some Christmas shopping for our daughter who had just turned 1. We saw a big display of Fisher Price laugh and learn kitchens and had a closer look. It looked just right for her age group so we picked one up for her as it was on sale for half price - I think it was supposed to be around £60 full price. A few days before xmas, my husband decided to build it after our daughter had gone to bed and then it was ready to play with straight away on Christmas morning. The box was actually quite small for what was inside and when we opened the box we were greeted by lots and lots of brightly coloured plastic bits! We were both a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/08 (Very useful, 138 readings)
As readers of my recent reviews will know, I am a big fan of the Fisher Price brand. In point of fact, I didn't realise we had so many Fisher Price toys until I started writing reviews in this section! This paticular one we got my daughter for her first birthday a couple of months ago. Daddy is a chef so it makes sense that he would want his little girl to have a kitchen all of her own but thats not why we bought it- it just looked like fun!! It has a refridgerator which can hold a selection of plastic shapes; a hob with frying pan and plastic spoon which sizzles when you put all three together; a sink with a tap which makes a noise like running water and even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/08 (Very useful, 120 readings)
When my daughters first birthday was just a couple of months away i saw this kitchen in toys r us for £32.99 (i think) reduced from £65 and thought it was a bargain. The box made it look fantastic and the marketing and design of the packaging couldn't have been any better had they tried. When i opened the box my partner looked at the horror on my face when i saw it was in pieces - i knew some assembly would be required but i didn't realise just how much. I left a whole evening for assembling this thinking it would take a while, how wrong could i be! The pieces were simple to snap together and it took less than 10 minutes to assemble it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 93 readings)
We recently purchased this Fisher price laugh and learn kitchen for our baby daughters first birthday and my fiancé built it and said that the construction of it was simple, all the pieces just click into place as the diagram shows and there is only about a dozen or so screws hold the whole thing together. Once assembled it is a fairly sturdy unit and I get the feeling it will last well even although kids can be very hashy with things and especially my heavy handed daughter. She has so far had it for just over four months and has been her usual destructive self with it but it has come to no harm. We paid £34.99 for it and at that price we are happy ... Read the complete review
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