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Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair - Walnut

4.8 out of 5 stars 398 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 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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Product Description

Color: Walnut

The chair that grows with the child. The Tripp Trapp is an ingenious highchair that revolutionised the children's chair category back in 1972 when it was first launched. It is designed to fit right up to your dining table, bringing your baby into the heart of your family, allowing him or her to learn and develop alongside you. The intelligent, adjustable design allows freedom of movement with both depth- and height adjustable seat- and footplates. When adjusted correctly, your child is ensured a comfortable and ergonomic seating position at any age.

Product Information

Color: Walnut
Technical Details
Item Weight16 pounds
Product Dimensions19.2 x 18 x 31 inches
UPC816559101750 795569877346 816559107523 816559002903 411378185440 658108655297 658204183342
Item model number144406
Target genderUnisex
Maximum weight recommendation300 Pounds
Material Typeother
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeNo
Is portableNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB001D1505A
Best Sellers Rank #7,318 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  
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Color: Natural
I have 2 children who are 2 years apart in age. I bought one chair when my oldest was 2 1/2-ish and I needed the highchair he was still using for my then nine month old daughter. I have a small home and only enough space for a breakfast table. I needed the extra chairs for guests. So it was worth it to me to buy an additional chair for my child. Also, I read one reviewer who said that kids will squirm less and be interested in their food if the chair they sit it fits them well. I found that to be true. My kids are now 6 and 4. Each of them has a Stokke chair that fits them well AND that they have always been able to climb into and out of themselves. I think this is important for their sense of self reliance.

I have two complaints and they are small (and this is why fours stars instead of five): 1) the sticker on the back with the warnings is ugly and has to be removed with goo gone takes a good half hour. 2) the straps never worked right, I never used them and eventually took them off. I could not adjust them properly and the kids would struggle to get out for only the reason that they felt confined. Both of my kids have fallen out of their seats without injury- I believe this is part of childhood and they learn very quickly to sit properly. The seat itself has never toppled- EVER.

Because I found the straps useless I recommend that you not use this seat until the child is able to climb up on his or her own- like at age 2 or more. These chairs are pricey but the cost of replacing or repairing our nice dining chair (which is part of a matched set) after it is scratched/stained from having a booster seat attached to it is probably comparable.
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Color: Walnut
This chair calls to the yuppie crowd, and I understand. Not long after our daughter was born, we had our fill of the plastic-Pooh-jungle decor. My wife bought this chair, and after seeing the price, I expected to loathe it. However, the chair looks better than I expected. It is smaller than I thought it would be, pulling up to the table in no more space than one of our other chairs. While the construction is not furniture quality (some easy assembly required), the nuts and bolts are well designed. Specifically, the bolts can be tightened and loosened without fear that the chair will weaken with each turn of the included allen wrench tool. As an aside, Stokke kept shipping material to a bare minimum, and yet the parts arrived unblemished.

What I don't like about this chic baby feeder are the straps to hold the baby in the chair. They are somewhat difficult to adjust, and they are even more difficult to use with the baby set accessory. As elegant as the rest of this chair is, the straps look completely out of place. Like some dude just shot a single screw through a bunch of nylon straps and called it good. Also, the baby set is cheap looking and cheap feeling, but not cheap. It is made out of hard plastic that doesn't look comfortable, but a comfortable cushion is available separately for another $40. For what kind of highchair must one purchase an "optional" accessory to accomodate a baby? Was that not the point in buying the highchair in the first place? At least the up front investment, though galling, eases over time.

December 2010 - we've now had the Stokke for over a year now, and I do really like the adjustable seat/footrest.
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Color: Walnut
We received a Tripp Trapp chair 25 years ago when my daughter was a toddler struggling to reach the table, sink, and anything else high up. Over the course of the years we bought another one for a subsequent child, used them at the dining table, let the kids work at the sink, adjusted them to adult seating as they grew, etc.

Now my grandchildren are arriving, and they sit in their parents' old chairs (which still look beautiful) when they visit, and use new ones in their own home. The chairs are sturdy, comfortable, adjustable, and long-lived. Yes, they cost money, but this is a case of investing in something of high quality which will last for many years. Buying one of these early on will avoid the need to invest in other seating devices which don't last nearly as well, thus needing replacement.
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Color: Natural
Bought this chair over a year ago. Thought it was the most attractive highchair on the market. And "Wow! She'll use it for years! Maybe she'll even use it as her desk chair when she's studying in college!" Loved it up until this morning, when we had to call 911 after she pushed herself over backward (and was semi-unresponsive) in the chair. If you have hardwood floors, it works just fine...it slides back easily. We just moved to a house with rough stone floors and it does not slide at all (even after putting flet "sliders" underneath), therefore it tips backward with little effort. I hope you take this into consideration if you have stone or carpeted floors. Now I'll be looking for a chair with a tray.
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