Hape – Whip-It-Up Mixer

July 5, 2015 - Comment

Children can pretend to be just like Mom and Dad in the kitchen with this Wooden Kitchen Mixer and bowl. Little chefs will love all of the realistic features. Knob on top really turns to move the beater. Mixer head lifts up to allow removal and return of the bowl just like the real thing.

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Children can pretend to be just like Mom and Dad in the kitchen with this Wooden Kitchen Mixer and bowl. Little chefs will love all of the realistic features. Knob on top really turns to move the beater. Mixer head lifts up to allow removal and return of the bowl just like the real thing. Includes plastic bowl, pretend flour, and pretend brown sugar. For ages 3 and up. Size: approx. 8″L x 5″W x 8″H.

Product Features

  • Whip up some yummy baked goods or desserts with this working tabletop mixer
  • Simply turn the top button and the beaters rotate
  • The beaters also lift to place, or remove the bowl, just like a real one
  • Toy finishes are all non-toxic, child safe, and of the highest quality
  • All Hape products comply with EN71 and ASTM quality standards – wood used comes from FSC managed forests

Comments

Paige Navin says:

Great addition to any play kitchen! The Educo Whip-It-Up Mixer is sturdy and painted bright, bold colors. I love that it’s also wooden and built really well. My 3yo loves to mix up stuff just like Mommy. The whisk lifts and spins; the speed knob turns. The only caveat I have is that the bowl does not actually stay put. A simple fix would be for Educo to have a small well in the bottom to hold the bowl better. While this bothers me a bit, my son does not mind at all. His favorite thing to mix is marbles.

Lisa says:

Not a hit My son loves to bake with me so I thought he’d like his own mixer (to go with the play kitchen he already has). While he’ll play with it for a couple minutes with me sometimes he rarely touches it on his own and it just doesn’t have any “wow!” factor or seem realistic enough to draw him in. I didn’t want to go the battery route but maybe I should have. It’s constructed well it just wasn’t that entertaining for my 3 year old.

Amazon Customer says:

Great wooden toy My 18 month old just received this mixer for a Christmas present and it was an instant hit with her and her 4 year old sister. It is quite durable and cheerfully colored without being obnoxious. I love that is is so open-ended and doesn’t move or make noises for the children.

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