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Advantageseasy to use for little ones, great value

Disadvantagesforks show a bit of wear and tear but not bad for 90p

...I bought this Ikea Kalas cutlery set ages ago when my daughter was a toddler, and meant she couldn't yet use sterling silver cutlery. We already had the matching cups, bowls and plates set so it really was only common sense to have the cutlery too! The Kalas cutlery set comes with 18 pieces: 6 forks, 6 knives, and 6 spoons. These come in an assortment of colours, blue, pink, orange, yellow, red...

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AdvantagesInexpensive, durable, range of colours

DisadvantagesNot suitable for toddlers

..., necessitating a stop at a supermarket en route to pick up something suitable. The Product A quick dash to an Asda store resulted in the purchase of a couple of packets of these colourful resusable plastic cutlery sets, sold under the Asda branding. Sold in a set of twelve pieces, each set comprised four plastic forks, four plastic knives and four plastic spoons. Although marketed as a 'kids' cutlery...

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“Basic cutlery set ”

published 10/04/2012

AdvantagesLast well

DisadvantagesCan not go in the dishwasher

...We usually shop at Tesco but as a new Sainsbury?s store opened in the area we went to check it out and that is where purchased this set from. In the set you receive 4 tea spoon, 4 desert spoons, 4 forks and 4 knifes so it is a complete cutlery set for a family of four but we purchased 2 sets as like most we have visitors for tea often and 1 set is not enough for all of us. They retail at £12...

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