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Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper

Item # G9732x
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  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
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Description

The Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper is designed to safely and securely elevate children to counter top height. It easily adjusts to two platform heights and features hand holds to assist in climbing up and down. The step up also serves as a handy step-up for adults. It is crafted from veneered engineered wood with a rich espresso finish or a crisp white finish. Safely supports up to 200 lbs. Ages 18 mo.+.

Features:
  • Guidecraft Step-Up Kitchen Helper
  • Choose between a rich espresso or a crisp white finish
  • Designed to safely and securely elevate children to counter top height
  • Easily adjusts to two platform heights
  • Hand holds to assist in climbing up and down
  • Veneered engineered wood construction
  • Safely supports up to 200 lbs.
  • Ages 18 mo.+
  • Dimensions: 17in W x 20.5in D x 36in H

Additional Features

Application/Environment: All Kids Step Stools, Kids, Espresso, White, Kids, Bathroom, Kids Bedroom, Kitchen, Home/Residential, School/Educational Facility

Weight & Dimensions

Weight Measurements
20 Lbs. 36 In. H x 17 In. W x 21 In. D

Shipping Information

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Ships via: FedEx Ground
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Product Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
2 Stars
Pros:
Attractive Design (1)
Cons:
Difficult to Assemble(1)
Importance of Price:
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Sturdy and useful, January 7, 2014
By Gram(Etna NH)

This stool is surprisingly heavy and hard to move around, but it won't tip over. Our 22-month old grandson easily climbed up and was very happy at the sink. It was not easy to assemble because the holes for bolts had been drilled off line. One board actually split and we had to glue it and clamp it overnight. This was a Christmas present with some aggravation. But the child seems to love it.
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