For Everyone: Step2 Lifestyle Kitchen :: CLOSED

by KariewithaK on November 2, 2009

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The Herring Hunting, Five Fish Holiday gift guide is now officially in FULL SWING and I wanted to get this puppy started off right. My kids and I had the awesome opportunity provided to us by Step2 to receive and review the Lifestyle Deluxe Kitchen. I have to tell you that the kids LOVE IT! The first day the kitchen was assembled they rallied around it, with all the great features, accessories, the fostering of some really great pretend play!

 For Everyone: Step2 Lifestyle Kitchen :: CLOSEDGrant told me immediately that we had to go to Costco to stock up on supplies, that his fridge was looking a little barren. We needed bread, Cheerios, some more fruit and vegetables, maybe some milk. DH and I were laughing hysterically and taking note to plan a trip to Costco for he and the twins. The gnomes love all the sounds, the buttons and controls, plus the utensils have been loads of fun for them.

Here is what the Step2 Lifestyle Deluxe Kitchen has to offer as far as amenities and features:

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  • Appliances make realistic electronic sounds   
  •  Granite-look counter top
  • 38-piece accessory set included (accessories may vary)
  • Loads of storage space 
  • Framed window with overhead light 
  • Sink with modern faucet and pull-out sprayer
  • Adult assembly required 
  • Made in USA of US and imported parts (phone, play food, light, faucet, electronic keypads and burner made in China) 
  • Requires 8 – AA and 5 – AAA batteries (not included)  

 [Source: Step2 IPK]

 For Everyone: Step2 Lifestyle Kitchen :: CLOSED

The Mrs. Fish take: the appliances are cute for a small scale, so yes, realistic for the gnome size scale. The counter top I took to be more Corian than granite looking, the accessories are very cool, and adding more is even MORE fun for the kids.  Truly TONS of storage which is nice for the kids to experiment and play. The light is cool, the kids love to turn that on as the room gets darker. Adult assembly FOR SURE is required, the whole system to put together is snap and lock with a few screws here and there, however, I would suggest a strapping individual to help with the initial put together and a drill for the screws. Also be sure you have all the screws, we were short a few but scrounged some together in the garage. The put together is time consuming so be sure to set aside at least an hour or more if working alone.

All-in-all a GREAT toy! The only issue we had was with the screws, no biggie, the stickers and accessories were loads of fun to put away before the kids played with it and to see what all was included. I feel comfortable with my kids playing with this toy from Step2 because 1. it is made in the USA and 2. no choking parts for my little guys and 3. my oldest is six and he loves to play with it too! He was whipping up hamburgers and fresh baked buns the other day! Loads of fun!

Are you ready to have loads of fun with the Step2 Lifestyle Deluxe Kitchen? Good because you have your very own chance to win one! Valued at $219.99 and just in time for Christmas, definitely a “Santa” worthy gift for hours of unadulterated pretend play. Here are the rules:

Mandatory Entry:
Visit Step2 and tell me what other products from their kitchen line you would love to have in addition to the one listed in this review and how that would help foster your child’s imagination and learning.

EXTRA Entries:

  • Follow my blog (at the side)
  • Follow my blog on Networked Blogs (again…at the side)
  • Fan the Fish on Facebook (again….at the side)
  • Technorati fave the Fish (….since we have the new URL)
  • Oh want to increase your odds….Kristin and Lizzy have giveaways going on too! Enter with them and get an extra entry!
  • Follow Me On Twitter
  • Tweet this Giveaway by saying this: “@KariewithaK and @theStep2Company fostering imagination #giveaway http://tiny.cc/biyxB” (only one tweet per day please)
  • Blog this giveaway with a minimum of 50-100 words, using my button (to the right) and linking back to this post. (Worth 4 Entries!)

Now play fair, if you FAIL to enter your EMAIL or I cannot find one attached to your blogger account…no entry. Also, you must tell me in each comment with proof (tweeted, etc) of your entry. I really hate to disqualify entrants, so again, please follow the simple rules. My dear friend Tammi @ My Organized Chaos brought up that this giveaway is US only, I say this because she is Canadian. *Sigh, I’m so sorry….

DOWNLOAD your Copy of the catalog HERE to see what other great products will be featured with awesome money savings for the holidays and of course giveaways!
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CONTEST ENDS NOVEMBER 30TH @ MIDNIGHT ARIZONA TIME (Pacific Standard)

Thank you Step2 for providing a great toy for giveaway!

*Five Fish always blog ethically and with transparency. Click HERE!
  • Appliances make realistic electronic sounds
  • Granite-look countertop
  • 38-piece accessory set included (accessories may vary)
  • Loads of storage space
  • Framed window with overhead light
  • Sink with modern faucet and pull-out sprayer
  • Adult assembly required
  • Made in USA of US and imported parts (phone, play food, light, faucet, electronic keypads and burner made in China)
  • Requires 8 – AA and 5 – AAA batteries (not included)
  • Appliances make realistic electronic sounds
  • Granite-look countertop
  • 38-piece accessory set included (accessories may vary)
  • Loads of storage space
  • Framed window with overhead light
  • Sink with modern faucet and pull-out sprayer
  • Adult assembly required
  • Made in USA of US and imported parts (phone, play food, light, faucet, electronic keypads and burner made in China)
  • Requires 8 – AA and 5 – AAA batteries (not included)
  • Appliances make realistic electronic sounds
  • Granite-look countertop
  • 38-piece accessory set included (accessories may vary)
  • Loads of storage space
  • Framed window with overhead light
  • Sink with modern faucet and pull-out sprayer
  • Adult assembly required
  • Made in USA of US and imported parts (phone, play food, light, faucet, electronic keypads and burner made in China)
  • Requires 8 – AA and 5 – AAA batteries (not included)
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    1 Jinxy and Me December 1, 2009 at 5:30 am

    I also like the Fresh Market Kitchen – how fun!

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    2 Jinxy and Me December 1, 2009 at 5:31 am

    I'm following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

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    3 Jinxy and Me December 1, 2009 at 5:31 am

    I'm a Facebook fan.

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    4 Jinxy and Me December 1, 2009 at 5:32 am

    I'm following you on Twitter (I'm @ThriftyJinxy).

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    5 Jinxy and Me December 1, 2009 at 5:32 am
    6 dddiva December 1, 2009 at 5:50 am

    I like the fresh market kitchen

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    7 dddiva December 1, 2009 at 5:50 am

    follower

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    8 dddiva December 1, 2009 at 5:53 am

    FB Sherry Conrad

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    9 dddiva December 1, 2009 at 5:53 am

    Tech fave dddiva

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    Follow you on twitter dddiva

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    12 Gianna December 1, 2009 at 6:16 am

    Whisper Ride buggy so my twins can learn how to share :)

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    13 Mishia December 1, 2009 at 6:32 am

    All Around Art Tower would be a hit around here

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    14 Mishia December 1, 2009 at 6:32 am

    I follow your blog.

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    15 Mishia December 1, 2009 at 6:33 am

    FB fan (Mishia Mck)

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    16 twifanheather December 1, 2009 at 6:39 am

    I like the 50's Diner! They would be able to play and imagine thats its a time years ago! :)

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