Tripp Trapp® Highchair Safety
The Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™
should only be used with the seat plate in the first groove from the top of the chair. To further increase the backward stability of the Tripp Trapp® chair, a replaceable, extended rear glider (”Extended Glider” has been developed for the Tripp Trapp® chair. We recommend that you always use the Tripp Trapp® Extended Glider
while the chair is being used with a harness or the Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™. The Extended glider is included in the Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™.
How to adjust your Tripp Trapp®
Seat and footrest placement
It is important to adjust the depth and height of the seat and footrest to fit the size of your child. The position of the seat and footrest should be checked as the child grows - at least once a year! The seat plate and the footrest must be supported by the full length of the grooves on the sides (not half way supported).
HeightThe seat is at the correct height when your child’s elbows are level with the table top.
DepthFor correct depth of the seat, position the child’s back against the backrest with the seat supporting ¾ of the thighs. For the child’s best comfort it is important that the seat depth is not too deep. Leave comfortable space between the front edge of the seat and back of the child’s knee. It is surprising how small a seat a 6-8 month-old baby needs! The seat plate should not protrude more than 4-5 cm in front of the side legs.
HeightThe footrest is at the correct height when the sole of the child’s foot can rest flat on the footrest, while the thighs are touching the seat.
DepthMake sure the forward edge of the footrest NEVER protudes beyond the front tip of the chair legs at floor level.
Cleaning and maintenance
Wipe with a clean damp cloth, wipe off excess of water with a dry cloth. Moisture will leave cracks in stain. We do not recommend the use of any detergent or micro fibre cloth. Colours may change if the high chair is exposed to sunlight.
The chair is made of cultivated beech. The varnish contains no harmful substances, and the liberation of formaldehyde from the varnish complies with E1 requirements.
Tripp Trapp® high chair assembled with Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™ complies with EN 14988:2006.
Please read this information:
|Do not leave the child unattended.|
|Stay in reach of your child.|
|If you use any harness with the high chair make sure it is correctly fitted.|
|Do not use the high chair unless all components are correctly fitted and adjusted. Pay special attention to the seat and footplate - make sure these are properly fastened before you put your child into the high chair.|
|Do not place the high chair near an open fire or other sources of strong heat, such as electric bar fires, gas fires etc due to the risk of fire.|
|Do not use the high chair if any part is broken, torn or missing.|
|Do not use the high chair before the child can sit up unassisted.|
|Always place the high chair on a level stable surface and make sure that the high chair has space to slide backwards.|
|Always use the crotch strap in combination with the rail and the high backrest.|
|Be careful not to place small items, toxic substances, hot objects, electrical flexes etc near the high chair where your child can reach them, as they may cause choking, poisoning or other injuries.|
|Remember to retighten all screws 2-3 weeks after assembly of the high chair. After that you should check on and retighten the screws if necessary on a regular basis, e.g. every second month. Keep the Allen key for future use.|
|Do not use any accessories or replacement parts not manufactured by STOKKE; this may affect your child’s safety.|
|Do not use the high chair as a stepstool.|
|Loosen the screws before installing and removing the rail. This way you will not damage the lacquer and woodwork. If the Tripp Trapp® high chair is adjusted correctly, you can easily take your child in and out without removing the rail at all.|
|When the footrest is positioned close to the metal rod, there will be a small gap between the inside of the chair legs and the metal rod. This is perfectly normal. Never try to use excessive force to make the metal rod touch the side legs of the chair as this can cause damage to the chair and/or make it unstable.|
|NEVER use the Tripp Trapp® chair without a glider.|
Stokke® Extended Warranty
Your child’s safety along with the product’s quality and durability are of great importance to us.
Registering your genuine Stokke® product ensures that you will be notified of any necessary product upgrades.
Once the product has been registered, you will receive your extended warranty certificate by email.
Tripp Trapp® Instructional Movie