Stokke chairs are great from the standpoint of flexibility and comfort for the children.
But ... Stokke made a big business out of selling their product in very many colors and it's nice at first glance. I bought two green, SLO, nice chairs for a little less than two years ago. And now begins the varnish crack. It does not look good, and the damage will only get worse over time.
After contact with Stokke, I have been told that they do not cover such damage in his seven years long warranty. What then with a guarantee?
The secondary market for Stokke chairs will dip my guess is many / all lacquered chairs will crack in the paint. Sad because a major benefit of Stokke is that they kept so good, but now you can rather see one of those purchases that consumption purchases rather than investment.
WARNING to buy a lacquered Stokke chair. Buy so, a natural colored chair, they are much better over time.
Stokke has changed lacquer in production as older chairs are better (but well as other chemical concerns ...).
Spot on! This chair is fantastically well with its good adjustability and high quality.
Obvious around the dining table for toddlers family. Suitable for all children 0-6 years (approximately). The only drawback I can see is that it is a bit bulky and easy to hit your toes in when you're on the go.
Love this chair. The biggest win in my opinion 2nd hand value + that buying this chair and it has the to the 4-5 years.
That is a cost of about 300 ? / year. Then so is the residual value about 400 kr maybe. This means that this chair is a great buy.
High quality and the kids like the chair. The chair is very stable so it's not that easy to overturn it.