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Product information

Material
Wood
Features
Backrest, Footrest, Integrated belt/buckle
Available colours
Black, White, Grey, Brown, Blue, Red, Orange, Oak, Pink
Type
Chair

General

Type
Chair

Design

Available colours
Black, White, Grey, Brown, Blue, Red, Orange, Oak, Pink

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
61 cm
Height
71 cm
Width
43 cm
Weight
4.6 kg

Features

Features
Backrest, Footrest, Integrated belt/buckle

Materials

Material
Wood

Links

Reviews

2.5 of 5 stars

Based on 2 reviews

gramo
2016-09-11
A rather expensive product base, remember that if you buy everything so is the price at around 5 000 ,, it is perhaps the most to consider. See the last paragraph of the reason for the "rotten", it is quality problem that makes the baby can get free in some cases. Otherwise, it was easy to assemble the chair, a pram and it is perfect to take into the kitchen when the family eats. If you want to get cheaper as there are plenty cheaper alternatives. There are also other makes and solutions, look around before you buy. Have nothing bad to say about the product, but not 'wow' either, a good product. Have had it for 1 month now, a few words, it is good if you have liggden for babies, it works great and the little one seems satisfied. If you do not buy the bouncer, it is an expensive solution. When you buy the chair for 1800 SEK plus accessories around 1000 SEK. For the same money you can buy several dining room chairs. Have you Bouncer, then it is good! When the bouncer works independently and when the family will eat as connecting you to the chair. If you find these used so it is good business because the product is new on the market so it is not easy to find in other hand. Update after 1 year: Would I buy it again? - Do not know, have zero tolerance of product defects for children products IKEA? If yes = purchase, if no, only 1 year warranty, the answer = absolutely not. The reason is that a strap broke at the seams and our 1 year old who could suddenly stand on the chair! When we looked closer, it's a sleep that holds the strap broken and then fall all the security. Such're just not going to happen, IKEA takes 149 dollars and is safe, that over 2000 and the company has problems. Ouch Stokke ... And an update: no zero tolerance when there is a risk of children hurting themselves, receipt terms and thus guarantee time! Not very smart intended by the manufacturer. As a parent you are left with Black Peter and bad conscience if something happens to the baby / child.