Kitchen helper tower, white




The kitchen helper tower will teach your child how to be independent every day. By using this product, the child will develop self-belief and will trust his or her abilities. The child will become more independent, understand the boundaries of how much he or she can do. The kitchen assistant tower is a great aid for parents who want to include the child in daily activities. The child will be able to brush the teeth, help the parent. The tower is equipped with wooden handles – barriers from all sides so that the child can safely be on it and engage in activities.
The product is shipped in a box disassembled with assembly instructions that are easy to understand.

Officially certified and safe.

Furniture suitable for children from 1 till 6 years
Only for domestic use
Maximum weight for using this furniture is 50 kg / 110 lbs
Do not leave child alone using this furniture
Regulary chek and tighten the screws
Destroy the product packaging after assembling the furniture
Place the furniture on a flat surface when using it

If the toy is dirty, wipe it with a damp cloth.
Store in a dry and warm place where the temperature is not lower than +10 degrees celsius.
Check and tighten screws regularly.
To replace defective parts contact the manufacturer to replace it with new detail.


Weight 5.5 kg, made out of 15 mm / 0.6 inches thick plywood.
The tower has 3 footstep heights 17 cm / 6.7 inches, 22 cm / 8.66 inches and 27 cm / 10.6 inches
The surface has two heights 39 cm / 15.35 inches and 45 cm / 17.71 inches

1 review for Kitchen helper tower, white

  1. Marci

    This tower has a beautiful finish, but the bottom step is really small even for little feet. Of the three toddlers I have around my house, all of them have had difficulty navigating it. Edit: after several weeks, all of the kiddos have made the adjustment and the lower step is fine.

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