Excerpt: The Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair - love it. Like many mums you get inundated with so much baby stuff - which is great - but I don't always want the home to be visually take over! With a modern aesthetic the Stokke fits right in with the rest of our furniture.
Recommended by my daughter's occuaptional therapist
20 May 2010
Excerpt: I never thought I would have a high chair this expensive and now I have two. My daughter has many developmental delays and was not interested in food at all. While living in Denmark, her occupation therapist recommended getting a Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair because it properly positions the body...
Pros: From the moment our child has had food, they have shared it with us at the dinner table. They have been part of the family meal eating off the same table and learning how to interact with the family, rather than sat out on their own in their own little area. This is also just a chair. It meals th...
Cons: We have used it for all three children and it is starting to look very worn. The nice padded seat for younger children gets very messy and quickly stops sticking properly. We gave up with it very quickly.
I feel as though this chair has been in the family for generations, and its so good it might be
idaddy, Made for Mums
12 May 2009
Summary: This product is completely unusual as i regard it as a piece of furniture rather than a functional bit of kids paranaphernia. Fantastic swedish design.
Pros: The chair is an unusual style but it is a design classic. It has been the only high chair we have needed for our 3 kids and although its been in action now for 6 years it has weathered well. The easily changable heights and removable restrictors make it a must if you can get over the higher price...
Cons: The removable padded seat and back get tattered pretty quick, and the design is not in keeping with the rest of the unit.
Stokke Kinderzeat is great it is light weight and travels well.
30 January 2009
Excerpt: Stokke Kinderzeat is light weight and can be moved around easily from room to room. It is sturdy enough to not move once child is in it but not too heavy to lift and move around. It is tall enough to let the child be at the same height as everyone else at the table which helps the child feel a part...
Summary: We have two; very happy with them. Just to add to earlier comments: 1. They're really stable but they can be tipped over backwards with a bit of effort - depends how bonkers your child is and how much leverage they can get on the dining table with their feet.
Pros: I agree with the earlier comments. Looks good alongside adult chairs too - and ages well!
Cons: none really. I've only given it 3/5 for storage but I wouldn't have expected it to be foldable anyway.