Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair £135.20 delivered (was £169) + £15 Gift card@ mamasandpapas
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Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair £135.20 delivered (was £169) + £15 Gift [email protected] mamasandpapas

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Found 23rd Aug 2016Made hot 24th Aug 2016
Bringing it down to £120.20 with the £15 Gift card.

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The classic wooden high chair for baby and child

Brings your baby to the dining table and closer to the family

Baby set and cushion accessories provide comfort for your baby

Highly adjustable seat and footplate positions

Available in a variety of colours for your baby boy or girl

Classic Scandinavian design by Peter Opsvik

Available in : Grey / White / Natural

15 Comments

Ignore the brand name and this is very expensive for what it is.

TheOak

Ignore the brand name and this is very expensive for what it is.


was just about to say the same!
Looks like a good price if you're after this item but hunt around... We bought an almost identical one made by OBaby for £35 and it's still going strong with 3rd baby 4 years later.

They're good quality, and you actually can resell them for a decent price on eBay or Gumtree which makes the initial outlay less painful, but our youngest got a £30 Hauck version which is actually just as good as the Tripp Trapps his brothers are still using (at 8, 6 and 4)
Good price though. Voted hot.

Definitely a good price for the brand. They do have a high resale value- my cousins child's chair was over ten years old and still looked good as new- she sold it for about £60 not long ago

Seriously - buy an IKEA one. £15. I've used 3 from different brands and the IKEA was the easiest to clean. If I had to buy another, I'd get that.

lockwoodisbored

Seriously - buy an IKEA one. £15. I've used 3 from different brands and … Seriously - buy an IKEA one. £15. I've used 3 from different brands and the IKEA was the easiest to clean. If I had to buy another, I'd get that.



my parents have the IKEA antilop one... its a real squeeze to get my chunky 1 year old in it!

laurieleigh

my parents have the IKEA antilop one... its a real squeeze to get my … my parents have the IKEA antilop one... its a real squeeze to get my chunky 1 year old in it!


Feel like it'd be a struggle for my 8 year old to sit in it to do his homework at the kitchen table too X) he's still getting the use of his Tripp Trapp

Expensive for a chair.

Nursery savings.com have this high chair A graded for £119.09.Have had B graded baby stuff off this company that have been like new,may have just been returned due to change of mind etc.Personally still wouldn't pay that amount for a high chair though.

Insane.

This was worth every penny of the higher price I paid, it's easy to clean and very comfortable and makes a great occasional chair for grown ups! It's not just a high chair, it lasts right through to adult hood. We have a couple of ikea chairs at grandparents which are great for the price but this is so much better, it grows with the child. Good price X)

davemhaynes

Expensive for a chair.


Check out Bloom Fresco.

Great deal!
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