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    How much are they? Im looking at getting a kitchen for my son who turns 2 in April...

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    When I was looking at them a year ago I got a discontinued style for about $200 whereas the new models were going for about $400. Prices may be different now though. Have an online search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    We have the kid kraft one too.
    We have this one, got it from big w a year or so ago, honestly I'd buy a second hand one... It toon us hours to put together it was a nightmare. I've seen some really nice ones from Kmart too, they all seem sturdy enough to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Where can I find that please?

    Big w don't stock it anymore
    We ordered online from a random online shop - was about $130 from memory. It does take a few hours to put together but I was able to do it by myself without any problems so don't let that put you off. They are a great size and will last many kids.

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    I wanted the kmart one. None in south Australia. Think I'll stick to the IKEA one for now. Does t matter. I just don't want the kids fighting....and I don't want clutter. So small is good also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    We have this one, got it from big w a year or so ago, honestly I'd buy a second hand one... It toon us hours to put together it was a nightmare. I've seen some really nice ones from Kmart too, they all seem sturdy enough to me.
    We got ours second hand for $50 was virtually brand new!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I wanted the kmart one. None in south Australia. Think I'll stick to the IKEA one for now. Does t matter. I just don't want the kids fighting....and I don't want clutter. So small is good also.
    Have u looked on Gumtree?

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    Default Big w kitchen play set?

    Sorry I posted this before reading comments how it's not available in sa and I can't delete.
    Last edited by sarahjane914; 06-01-2016 at 17:02.

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    I have one similar to this but bought a few year ago for around $150. The bonus of the bigger size is you can store all the toy food and cooking utensils in it.
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    Deals direct sometimes sell them. I know big w often bring them out for their big toy sales. Maybe some other online stores too?


 

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