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7.9 out of 10

Stokke Tripp Trapp

The Tripp Trapp® chair, created in 1972 by the designer Peter Op Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Stokke Tripp Trapp

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Overall 6
6.0

Hobbit size

Judy, wayfair.com
26 April 2013
  • Summary: Love the design but not tall enough..really wish I had read the dimensions. I thought a high chair, would be higher in height. It is definetely really well made.
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Overall 6
6.0

Tripp Trapp HIgh Chair

DAH, wayfair.com
27 February 2013
  • Summary: Looks awesome and will fit into small spaces at the table, but I had some trouble assembling. The laminate is cheap and was splinteringcracking as I tightened the screws. The height is great for most tables.
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Overall 6
6.0

Could be better

Mom of two boys under 2.5 years of age, diapers.com
19 October 2008
  • Summary: I like the modern design of it, it looks great with our dining set. There's not much there to clean. Just the two horizontal planes and sides. Things I don't like about it: since the chair doesn't slide on the floor, our two year old is now at risk of tipping it backwards when he pushes himself away from the table (trying to get up). We've stopped him so far but he can lean it back enough to tip it. The straps are very hard to clean since you can't remove them to wash.
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Overall 6
6.0

Could be better

Mom of two boys under 2.5 years of age, diapers.com
19 October 2008
  • Summary: I like the modern design of it, it looks great with our dining set. There's not much there to clean. Just the two horizontal planes and sides. Things I don't like about it: since the chair doesn't slide on the floor, our two year old is now at risk of tipping it backwards when he pushes himself away from the table (trying to get up). We've stopped him so far but he can lean it back enough to tip it. The straps are very hard to clean since you can't remove them to wash.
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Overall 6
6.0

Could be better

Mom of two boys under 2.5 years of age, diapers.com
19 October 2008
  • Summary: I like the modern design of it, it looks great with our dining set. There's not much there to clean. Just the two horizontal planes and sides. Things I don't like about it: since the chair doesn't slide on the floor, our two year old is now at risk of tipping it backwards when he pushes himself away from the table (trying to get up). We've stopped him so far but he can lean it back enough to tip it. The straps are very hard to clean since you can't remove them to wash.
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Overall 6
6.0
Ease of use 4
4.0

User Review

Sarah Weston, Made for Mums
21 June 2008
  • Summary: At first I thought I'd made a mistake buying the Tripp Trapp because there was no tray and it wasn't all padded but now I'm so pleased I got it for the same reasons. My eldest daughter (3) has always been happy to sit at the table with us and join in family meal times, she still loves her chair. I have just got another one for my 2nd daughter (6months) who has used it for the first time today (before we used a Bumbo seat) and she also seemed really happy.
  • Pros: Grows with child from 6months to adulthood. I agree with the earlier comments. Looks good alongside adult chairs too - and ages well! Can be used by the whole family, no tray so that it encourages time as a family around the table, easy to clean, easy to use, and it looks really cool too. Adjustable to suit a 'sitting' baby right through the clumsy toddler "I want to climb up there myself" stage to making sure your school age child is seated at the right height to pro...
  • Cons: No "table" so have to eat at a dining table. Not good when doing finger food or self feeding in early days. Can't fold it so takes a lot of space. none really. I've only given it 3/5 for storage but I wouldn't have expected it to be foldable anyway. none that I have found and I have three! Not personally a weakness for me, But the fact it is an actual seat place at the table might be a problem for some people as they lose a chair for adults. You can't fold it up, but ...
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Overall 6
6.0

Expensive but worth it- watch out for the gap!

Nikki Sitwell, Amazon
17 March 2014
  • Summary: It's expensive but has made mealtimes a lot easier. However, although it says it's designed for the new plastic baby set, there is a gap between the babyset and the tray, which our little boy loves posting food through.
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Overall 6
6.0

Handy tray but beware scratches

katie ormerod, Amazon
26 October 2013
  • Summary: We've only had this a week and it's scratched all the paint off the top of our white Tripp trapp chair quite badly. Apart from that it's a really useful tray.
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Overall 6
6.0

Very expensive, but worth it (just!)

Ange, Amazon
11 April 2011
  • Summary: It really is just a plastic tray, but a very expensive one at that. I think it's worth the money, but I daresay I could have survived without it. I was still receiving maternity pay at the time I bought it, but if I hadn't been I probably wouldn't have splashed out.
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Overall 6
6.0

Good but expensive

kasho5, Amazon
6 March 2011
  • Summary: The tray itself fits the tripp trapp (including the new plastic baby set) fine and I have no concerns with this. It is a good size and if you are after a conventional highchair tray (rather than the table top one which Stokke produce) for the tripp trapp it does the job well. It is a very expensive piece of plastic though and a bit of a rip-off, especially given that you have to pay for postage.
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