Where do I find the serial number of my Tripp Trapp®?
Can I use the Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chair at our bar table?
How do I get spare parts for my Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chair?
How do I know whether my Tripp Trapp® chair is compatible with the Stokke® Baby Set™ or Newborn Set™?
Why did Stokke® change from a wooden safety rail to the current plastic Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™?
What are the weight and dimensions of the Stokke® Tripp Trapp®?
Do currently available Tripp Trapp® accessories, such as Cushions or the Baby Set™, fit on my chair which has the earlier high, rounded back?
What is the maximum recommended load that can be safely placed on the Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chair?
Why is there no tray table fixed to the Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chair?
I own several Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chairs which are nominally of the same colour but look different. Can this be?
My new Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chair seems wobbly after assembly. Did I do something wrong?
How do I clean my Tripp Trapp®?
Since when do the Stokke® Tripp Trapp® chairs not have the cut out notch on the inside of the side rails?
Can I get a 5-point (US) harness in Australia?
What are the differences between the Stokke® Tripp Trapp® and the Stokke® Steps™ ranges?
The clear difference are customer preferences, features and accessories. Both highchairs encourage the family to sit together from birth. The clear differences are in features and accessories.
The Tripp Trapp® is a high chair that grows with the child, from birth to adulthood. The ergonomic design allowing the child to sit comfortably with the foot plate.
The Steps™ is an All-in-One seating system, that starts with a bouncer which can be used from birth, transcending into a Baby Set with a tray to a high chair that can be used until 10 years of age.
How do I know which version of the extended gliders I need?
The Extended Gliders and their design changed in the first quarter of 2013, so about March 2013.
The first version of the gliders required screws to be used in order to assemble the plastic gliders as well as the extended gliders. This also means that that holes found underneath the chair are smaller, than that of the later chairs.
The second version of the gliders only requires the simple insertion of black plastic gliders/feet through the application of pressure. Thereafter the extended gliders simply slide on from the black of the chair. You will also see that the wholes for the later chairs manufactured after March 2013 have much larger holes underneath the chair.