Props seen in the kitchen include:
From the Pilot Episode:
- Tea kettle: The set features a blue kettle for Season One, switching to an orange one starting in Season Two
- The Cylon toaster is VERY hard to find, you're going to have to buy used or from a collector. They occasionally pop up on the online auction sites. The same model from the show can go for $200 or more in good condition, but similar models with slight differences can be had for $30 or $40.
- Toaster oven (gets destroyed by the guys' battle robot in "The Killer Robot Instability")
From Season One, Episode 2: The Big Bran Hypothesis
Sometimes WalMart has the smaller version for about $30, but it's out of stock a lot. Check local stores. In the previous episode, Sheldon threw away bottle caps into an unknown container under the sink.
From Season One, Episode 3: The Fuzzy Boots Corollary
Runs about $25. Target has a similar style for about $20 but the coloring is noticeably different.
From Season One, Episode 7: The Dumpling Paradox
From Season One, Episode 8: The Grasshopper Experiment
Appears on the counter to the left of the stove.
From Season One, Episode 12: The Bat Jar Conjecture
Batman Cookie Jar by Vandor
Came out in 2004 in a limited edition of 3,600. Now only available used or from collectors.
From Season Two, Episode 2: The Codpiece Topology
Rubik's cube cookie jar (on far right of the counter)
From Season Three, Episode 14: The Einstein Approximation
Batman Lunch Kit with Cape The authentic one is a hard to find collectible. Expect to pay $75 or more for one in good shape or $30 to $40 used with broken zipper, etc. A cheaper, similar option is the Batman lunch sack for around $30
From Later Episodes: