Love it! I wrote this review before and it did not appear, but I'll write it again because this chair is great
Jessica Diaz, Made for Mums
11 April 2011
Summary: Love it, I get far more comments from the girls on the Hauck Alpha than I did on the Triptrapp, and it cost less than half! We now have two, and if I needed another I would buy one in a second!
Pros: Strong, stable and really really well made. I never worry about our children wobbiling or falling. No sharp plastic edges, which is great. Looks far more expensive than it is!
Cons: Can be hard to find the natural wood one. The wood one looks great, although red is chic too!
Summary: We bought this for our 2 yr old son who had grown out of his traditional plastic high chair and he loves this! Can sit at the table properly at a good height and can climb up and down from the seat safely. It looks good and works just as well as a tripp trapp and at a fraction of the price I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
... dubious if such a cheap chair would be anything like it's much more expensive opposition the Stokkie
Daniel Goldberg, Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: I was dubious if such a cheap chair would be anything like it's much more expensive opposition the Stokkie. It is brilliant! well made, sturdy, safe, easily cleanable and looks great. Worth every penny.
When you have to clean something at least 3 times a day it needs to be easy!
29 July 2014
Summary: I wish I had bought this high chair from the beginning of weaning. I bought an all singing all dancing huge thing and then noticed how much easier the ones in every restaurant and cafe are to use and to clean. When you have to clean something at least 3 times a day it needs to be easy!
Summary: Excellent quality, as good as much more expensive "leading" brands. We've used it for 2 years now, gradually removing the safety bar and changing the seat and step heights as junior grows - it's still in good condition and has fitted well at all stages.