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The dimensions of the Stokke® Steps™ are as follows:
Seat Width - 35,5cm / 13,9 inches
Seat Depth - 28,5cm/ 11,22 inches
Seat Height - 52,5cm/ 20,67 inches
Between leg Width - 39cm/ 15,35 inches
The clear differences are customer preferences, features and accessories. Both highchairs employ excellent ergonomics and encourage the family to sit together from birth. The main differences are in features and accessories.
The Tripp Trapp® is a highchair that grows with the child, from birth to adulthood. The intelligent, adjustable design allows freedom of movement with both depth- and height adjustable seat- and footplates.
The Steps™ is an All-in-One modular seating system. It starts with a bouncer which can be used from birth separately or with the Stokke® Steps™ Chair. By simply attaching the bouncer onto the Stokke® Steps™ Chair, it becomes a highchair for your newborn allowing your baby to sit comfortably at the table. When your baby is older and can sit upright without assistance, the Stokke® Steps™ Baby Set transforms into a flexible highchair featuring an optional tray as well as an adjustable back and footrest for a custom fit. Later it can be used as children´s chair until approximately age 10 years of age.
The Stokke® Steps™ Bouncer is suitable for use from birth up to the age of approximately 6 months or 9kg/19.8 lbs.
The Steps™ BabySet can be used from approximately six months, or from the time when your baby can sit on its own.
The Stokke® Steps™Chair can support a maximum weight of up to 85 kg / 187 lbs.
We recommend that you wipe the wood with a damp cloth. If any water or liquid comes into contact with the wooden parts, try and remove any excess water or liquid as soon as possible with a dry cloth. Please note that remaining moisture can crack the surface of the wood. The plastic parts can be maintained and wiped with a damp cloth.
The Tray should not be loaded with more than 5 kg/11 lbs.