STOKKE Tripp Trapp Chair Natural
The iconic Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair, made of solid European beech wood, grows with your child to provide a comfortable, ergonomic seat at any age. It fits up to a dining table allowing your child to eat, learn, play and develop alongside you.
The Tripp Trapp has a non-toxic finish and an adjustable seat and footplate. It features a sleek silhouette that can be pulled right up to the dining table so your baby can enjoy mealtimes with the family.
Comfort & Design:
- Classic, iconic design will never go out of style.
- Unique adjustability of seat and footplate to ensure both back and feet support for any age.
- Stable footrest that supports your child and provides comfort.
- Solid construction and European beech wood can hold up to a 242 lb adult.
- Array of colour choices match any décor.
- Arrives with guide for positioning of seat and footplate related to age of child.
- Optional extended gliders provide increased backward stability
- Easy to clean spills with dampened cloth.
- Extended 7-year warranty available on wooden components.
- Water-based, non-toxic paint.
- No harmful substances/free from bisphenol and phthalates.
Product dimensions (length x height x width): 49cm x 79cm x 46cm/19.3" x 31.1" x 18.1"
Materials: Beech Wood
Care Instructions: Wipe with a clean damp cloth and remove excess water with a dry cloth. Moisture will crack stain.
Included: Tripp Trapp Chair
Sold Separately: Babyset, 5-Point Harness, and Extended Glider Set V2.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Danielle from Best highchair on the market Expensive, but you can use it until your child is sitting in a regular chair at the table, with no booster. My child is 1.5 and uses it, and my niece who is 7 still uses hers. Totally worth it.
Date published: 2020-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by JuliaSW from We love this chair! We have 3 kids and 3 Stokke Tripp Trapp chairs. I love how they grow with your kids and allow them to sit comfortably with the family at the table.
Date published: 2020-04-17