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Bright colors are neutral for boys and girls. Basin can be filled with water for actual washing. Allows your child to play kitchen without taking up a lot of space. Lightweight, making it easy to store and take on the go.
This sink is made of wood. No actual running water.
Works like a real sink. Kids can fill it and wash their dishes. Comes with plates and silverware to wash. Neutral colors are good for boys or girls. Durable construction. A simple and fun toy for the money.
The faucet has to be pumped and does not run off a battery like some other models.
Includes dials that turn. Made from wood. Sink comes with a stove-top, cabinets and refrigerator. A little taller than some other kitchens makes it easier for bigger kids to play. Includes kitchen accessories. Comes in pink and black.
This is a full kitchen set, not just the sink, and you will need to have the space for it.
Comes with cookware. A complete kitchen set up for pretend play. Clasps together and contains all pieces. Colorful. Has all the pretend kitchen elements including a sink for washing. Can take kitchen play on the go.
A very small set for very young children. Older children might want more.
All components are made of high-quality ABS plastic that is easy to clean. Battery-powered design allows for flowing water. Includes a variety of accessories that are large and difficult to lose.
Some customers received models with defective faucets that stopped working after a short time.
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Kids love to emulate adults, which is what makes kid-friendly kitchen sets so popular. Play kitchen sinks are the perfect addition to any kiddo’s collection of toys, as this allows them to mimic what they see adults doing in the kitchen. From pretending to cook and prepare meals to them “washing dishes” in their play sink, they’ll be able to pretend they’re just like mom and dad. In purchasing a kids’ kitchen sink, consider whether you’re looking for one that will hold real water or one that’s not meant to actually get wet. Also decide what size would be best for the space it would be held in, as some of these are more compact while others are larger.