This is a high chair with a lot of neat features. It grows with your child you see. In fact, it’s simply a really ingenious design - it’s modular and becomes a chair that can adapt to bigger heights and weights. To top it off, it’s got a great look and comes in a variety of beautiful wood colors.
Let us hammer out some facts. It is made of cultivated beachwood. It’s got a seven year guarantee on all the wood parts. It has an adjustable set of heights with a stable footrest. It’s got a nice five point safety harness. Ergonomics play a big part as it is designed to be very stable and supportive. No wobbly weirdness is likely here.
And believe it or not, it can hold three hundred pounds. Plenty enough for the men in your life to even take a seat on it. You may think they need it at times after the mess they make. Or even after the tantrums they may throw now and then: Wahhh. Hah! But then again us gals are perfect right? Right.
The chair is quite stylish and I know a couple moms that have it. I have this model myself as well. I alternate using this along with using a connector chair to the kitchen island that works well for us. But really this is a great product. It comes in seven “classic colors”. Five wooden tones and a bright red and turquoise are also options. Then there are four stylish “trend collection” colors. These include yellow, pink, green and gray. If you have a more mod house or certain pieces of furniture that are more contemporary, then this Tripp Trapp high chair will fit seamlessly right into your décor.
The standard chair comes with the wood seat only so you’ll probably be interested in getting a nice cushion. They have a number of patterns and options. There’s also a Baby Set which has the bucket seat and more supportive leg holes. With this chair, there is no food tray. Sounds odd but with this arrangement it is not necessary as the child can really be at the height of most normal tables.
You can be sure you’re getting a really great product as the German magazine Test (similar to the US Consumer Reports magazine) rated the Tripp Trapp highchair best in the highchair category test seven years in a row. To me, I really like the height that the chair can reach as the child is really on par with the adults and can interact in a more direct manner rather than looking up at those at the table. This is a fine choice and I’ve been happy with the purchase for my needs.