Saturday, September 9, 2017

The Best Toddler Toy Ever : Spark Kitchen Sink Review

 Since the big kids have all been in school for about three weeks now my 2 year old has been a little lonely and has been LOVING "helping" me wash dishes and wash her hands in our kitchen sink. Its literally her favorite thing to do. Which I love but it HATE all of the water it wastes and that it means that I cannot do anything at the sink while she is playing. I recently saw a momma share a video of her daughter using this little sink in one of the online parent groups and I immediately went in search of one for myself.

I bought one online for store pick up the next day at Wal Mart and I can easily say this is the best money on a toy I have ever spent in my 7.5 years as a parent.

I shared the below video on my Facebook Page because I'm seriously impressed with this thing and my kid is pretty cute.....  I believe I singlehandedly sold out every Wal-Mart in a 25 mile radius within 24 hours of sharing it. I have a feeling this is going to be a pretty hot holiday item and so far the only place I see that is carrying them is Wal-Mart. If you see them pop up somewhere else please let us know by commenting below so we can help more families grab this awesome toy!

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The Spark Kitchen Sink runs on 2 AA batteries and pumps water through the back of sink like a champ. It recycles the water over and over and kids can easily turn it on and off using the little faucet handle. 

I believe it to be the only toy sink/kitchen item that actually has working water that does not require hand pumping to make it flow. The Little Tykes Splish & Splash Sink which also seems super cute is similar but the child or parent needs to pump the water by hand to get it to flow.  


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  1. Out of stock at Found it at Amazon, but a lot more expensive at $129.95.

    1. Goodness!! That's crazy - they will undoubtably be back in stock at some point!

    2. It was $15 yesterday at Walmart and today it is $89.99 at Walmart.

  2. There appears to be a black market already for this toy! I just searched on eBay and it's going for $50-70 bucks (and that doesn't even include shipping!)!

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