Play kitchens - I know kids love them but they just make me want to poke forks in my eyes, especially plastic-fantastic pink ones like this Hello Kitty kitchen. But you can't argue that £24 rather than £60 isn't a good deal if you're in the market for a play kitchen.
The Hello Kitty kitchen has a pink Hello Kitty cooker, a white worktop above and a sink for the dishes. There's a shelf for pots and pans, hooks to hang utensils on and a drawer under the oven for extra storage.
The Hello Kitty kitchen is suitable for little girls (I can't imagine anyone buying this for their son, no matter how much we try to abandon gender stereotypes) aged three years and older and requires 3AA batteries - this is so the toast actually pops up out of the toaster (ooooh, I fancy toast now!) and allows the hob to make sizzling pan sounds.
You can arrange to collect your Hello Kitty kitchen, not forgetting the kettle and toaster, in-store for free OR you can now pay just £3 for standard delivery. HURRAH!! Well done Tesco, it's about time there were more options other than the £5 next-day!
Thanks to dudebar at HUKD