Excerpt: Ok, so let me get this straight. Stokke renames their Kinderzeat the Tripp Trapp chair since it now has a 5 point harness system rather than the 3 point and they come out with a plastic Baby Rail to now accommodate babies as young as 6 months (provided that they can sit unassisted). That's great, since we love the Kinderzeat and up til now, was recommended for toddlers about 18 months and up. But what's this?
Conclusion: This is a beautiful highchair and the eye catching colours make it a design classic. The cleaning instructions are quite labour intensive and the chair might not keep your child’s interest for years to come but the style brings a touch of glamour to your kitchen.
Pros: Stylish, great colours, slimline, adaptable
Cons: Expensive, can be tipped, paint finish fades, some toddlers won’t use it
Excerpt: We received our Stokke Tripp Trapp chair as a gift when our first son was born. As soon as our son was able to adequately support himself in a sitting position, we had him sitting in it at the table with us while we ate our meals.
Excerpt: I was against this highchair from the beginning. My husband was inexplicably enamored with it, like he had been with NO other product in our pre-baby-shopping. I mean, come one! It is *WAY* too expensive, and it's a chair for goodness sakes. I vetoed it outright.