Pop-Up Toaster 10 pc Wooden Food Play Set

    Item number   w-hp-e3105
    List Price $36.49
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    Product Description

    Make toasts for your plush toys' breakfast! Pop-Up Toaster 10 pc Wooden Food Play Set by Hape is a colorful pretend kitchen small appliance. This wooden toaster playset comes complete with 10 pieces including a stylish bright green double-slice toaster that has turning knob and push-down button. This kids play toaster set features fresh wooden bread, slicing butter connected by velcro, cutting board, knife and a honey jar. Pretend food cannot be yummier than a toasted slice of bread with a bit of butter and pretend added honey on top! Yum! Equip your play kitchen with the Pop-Up Toaster 10 pc Wooden Food Play Set to have your pretend breakfast just like mom and dad have theirs. Add Hape's Coffee Maker from Educational Toys Planet to make play breakfast preparation complete.

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-hp-e3105
    • Manufacturer recommended age 3 years
    • Our recommended age 3 years, 4 years
    • Brand Hape
    • Quantity available in stock 62
    • Dimensions of package 3.15" x 7.09" x 4.41"
    • Country of manufacture China
    • Manufacturer part number E824762
    • UPC 6943478004313
    • ASIN B00712NTWQ
    • Packaged product weight 0.00 lb
    • Positive Ratings 80%
    • Total Reviews 1

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    1. Total Reviews: 1
    2. Positive Ratings: 4 of 5
    1. Rating: 4 So cute by Katie This was also for my grandson who is 17 months old. He liked it well enough. The butter is too hard for him to separate and even my 3.5 granddaughter couldn't do it either. I wished the toast went all the way down and popped up with a button somehow. I think it would hold more interest that way. They love to play with the toast and it is well made