Saturday, 9 January 2010

Stokke Tripp Trapp Highchair Review




Overview:
I am a new recruit to the mass following of Stokke® products. You get one of their products and you just want more and more! For those of you who follow my blog you will know how much I adore BBs pushchair; the Stokke Xplory and the accessories for it are just so moreish. Because of this love I was very excited to be asked to review the Tripp Trapp Highchair by Sian To at as Clear as PR.

I picked the natural colour so it would fit in with our dining table but they come in a vast array of colours to suit everyone. You can see the colour range here.

Conclusion:
As suspected I loved it straight away, easy to assemble and I got a baby pack too which includes Seating rail, Crotch strap, and Baby back plate. I then realised you can buy cushions to make them even more gorgeous and comfortable so I got the pink tails design, very cute indeed!

I put baby belle in it and she instantly looked happier then in her other East Coast Wooden High Chair. You can also adjust the footrest to the right position but the best thing is she is right at the table with us! Because there isn't a tray on this she can use the table like the rest of us and she loves it!

The best thing about the Tripp Trapp is that it grows with your child. It starts as a high chair and then can be used as a booster seat and then turns into a stool...pure genius!

It is stylish, recommended for ergonomy and will last a lifetime. What more do you want from a highchair?  It isn't the cheapest highchair at roughly £125 but it will be all your little one needs for years to come. The baby pack and cushions are a little extra too but again well worth it!

So guess you want to see our lovely Tripp Trapp in action:







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2 comments:

  1. Lovely! We have a lemon yellow one! ;)

    Karin

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  2. We love ours. It didn't come with us to Bosnia but is the thing I am looking to getting out of storage the most when we get back!

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