The legend is true, although hoped for better quality
June 18, 2021
Tripp Trapp is among the top recommended high chairs in everywhere. I wasn't sure whether it was worth the price. Finally, I'm tired of pushing my daughter's leg down from above the tray of Ikea high chair twenty times during one meal, and decided to invest in Tripp Trapp. Not only technically it is impossible to get her leg out but she also enjoys the footrest. When she wears a sleeved bib and the chair is pushed against the table, the bib is kind of fixed and food she missed drops on that bib can be picked up and offered to her again. Moreover, in this way her clothes are much less messy. The high chair is also easy to clean. My only complaint is the quality for the price. The paint didn't cover the edge of one foot looks very well, which looked like worn out. The plastic shoulder harness holder also come bent. I contacted Stokke to get a new harness, though. I can probably have a replacement of the chair frame through warranty too, but I give up because I don't want to dissemble and reassemble the chair (It does take some time).
ProsErgonomic, easy to clean
ConsPricy, quality control problem