Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair, Cherry
- Seat and footrest are adjustable to the size of your child from approx 6 months to adulthood
- Ergonomically designed to provide stability, comfort and confidence
- Made of cultivated beechwood, providing strong, solid and durable product
- Five-point safety harness
- Holds up to 300 pounds
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The flimsy, plastic baby rail which attaches to the seat of the chair via a think clip broke in half when my infant daughter leaned forward in the chair. My daughter then tumbled forward, hitting her head on the table in front of her and getting caught up in the harness. I do not think the baby rail was manufactured with the safety of children in mind, and I want to warn other parents before they make the same mistake.
Despite repeatedly calling and even sending pictures of the defective product, the company has refused to refund my purchase. When I called, the customer service representative mentioned that they have seen this happen on numerous occasions. So, why is this product still on the market?!
My anger regarding my child's fall as a result of this poorly-designed product and Stokke's complete disregard for the safety of the children it sells to has prompted me to write this review and warn others of the danger of the plastic baby rail that accompanies the Stokke high chair.
Stokke chairs are really wonderful for children as you can adjust them to suit the height of each child, we have three of the cherry-finish chairs. They are well made and come flat-packed which you just screw together with the key provided. The great thing is that the children from one year old can climb into the chairs themselves and it is not long before they can climb down too. So this helps greatly in not having to lift children constantly on and off of chairs, I just push the chairs nearer the table once they are in the chair.
I find the chairs extremely comfortable myself, I am five foot one inch tall, but taller friends also find them comfortable. This means that even when the children grow to adulthood they can still use them. I will just lower the bottom foot rest as I can for myself. If has made a huge difference to the one year old I care for, as he can now sit at the table on a Stokke chair with his two older sisters who are nearly three and four and a half. Being in a chair up at the table the same as them and not in a high chair has made meal times together much more fun for him.
The chairs have a harness which none of them use now as they do not need to, but the one year old did when he was first using the chair. He is now fifteen months old and objects to the harness so we do not use it. You can buy attachments for them for babies which I did, and I used the back support for a few months with the fifteen month old. But the highchair attachment was too small and was not adjustable so part of it I could not use at all. I will review that separately with the highchair attachment.
They are easy to clean and look like new, even the ones I have that are over ten years old. I do recommend them and have nothing bad to say about them as the design of these chairs is great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to clean and I love the look of it at the dinner table. This is not the safest as kids can possibly lean backward (like by pushing the table with their feet) and fall, but it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by MWMW
Both our children have this chair and we all just love it. It is easy to adjust, looks good, is very sturdy and easy to assemble and it lasts a life time. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Birgitt Tierney
Your kid won't be in a highchair til' they're 5! But they have their own chair they can grow with.Published on March 14, 2014 by Lauren Vogt
It was just what we needed for our Autistic child. Now can have him on the table with us without having to get up. Perfect idea it really helped me out!Published on January 24, 2014 by Grace
Wonderful product. Now baby eats with us at the right height at the table. She is 16 months old so only problem is that if she is not strapped in (she hates to be strapped in) it... Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Michael Smith
We love this chair - or 2yr old is currently most fond of climbing on to it and getting down... At first we were constantly worried that the chair might tip... Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Gouri Vidwans
Our daughter is 2 and loves her new chair. It was easy to assemble and looks great. We compared it to the keekaroo chair but chose the stokke as it is made from real wood. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Daryl
These have been a great addition to our kitchen. So lovely to have the kids able to easily sit and enjoy eating comfortably as well as be at a good height for crafts. Read morePublished on March 16, 2013 by K. Roth