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Stokke Tripp Trapp highchair now suitable from birth

A new addition to the famous chair means it can be used for newborns and adults alike

Posted: 19 October 2010
by Liz Stansfield

There's been some exciting new developments to the Tripp Trapp this year

There’s a new addition to the Stokke portfolio, and it means the famous Tripp Trapp highchair can now work from birth!

Stokke has now developed theTripp Trapp highchair to include the Tripp Trapp Newborn Set, which features a cosy pod chair to fit on top of your Tripp Trapp highchair. Now new additions can join in family mealtimes with mum, dad and older tots right from birth.

The Tripp Trapp follows a few other highchairs designed for newborns as well as older children, including the Phil & Teds Highpod, but it’s a first for the company would brought us the Sleepi, Xplory and Table Top products.

We put the original Tripp Trapp through its paces on our sister site, MadeFormMums and you can see how our reviewer got on.

If the idea of the new Tripp Trapp Newborn Set floats your boat, you haven’t got long to wait. The new arrival will be available from November, and will set you back £234 (that’s £135 for the Tripp Trapp and £99 for the Newborn Set).

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oooh that looks fab!

Posted: 20/10/2010 at 12:30

Hi Claire,

Havent seen anyone on the Nov 08 thread in ages, just wanted to say congratulations on your new bundle of joy

Posted: 20/10/2010 at 13:21

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