Applicable worldwide in respect of the chair TRIPP
TRAPP®, hereinafter referred to as the product.
RIGHT OF COMPLAINT
The customer has a right of complaint pursuant to the
consumer protection legislation applicable at any
given time, which legislation may vary from country
Generally speaking, STOKKE AS does not grant any
additional rights over and above those laid down
by the legislation al to those under the ”Extended
Warranty”, and are not affected thereby.
STOKKE® ”EXTENDED WARRANTY”
However, STOKKE AS, Parkgata 6, N-6003 Ålesund,
Norway, grants an ”Extended Warranty” to
customers who register their product in our Warranty
Database. This may be done via our webpage
www.stokkewarranty.com. Upon registration, a war-
ranty certificate will be issued and sent to the cus-
tomer electronically (e-mail) or by ordinary mail.
Registration in the Warranty Database entitles
the owner to an ”Extended Warranty” as follows:
7-year warranty against any manufacturing defect
in the product.
The ”Extended Warranty” also applies if the product
has been received as a gift or purchased second-
hand. Consequently, the ”Extended Warranty” may
be invoked by whoever is the owner of the product
any given time, within the warranty period, and sub-
ject to the warranty certificate being presented by
The STOKKE® ”Extended Warranty” is conditional
upon the following:
The product only having been used for the pur-
pose for which the product is intended.
The product having undergone ordinary mainte-
nance, as described in the maintenance/instruc-
Upon the ”Extended Warranty” being invoked, the
warranty certificate shall be presented, together
with the original date-stamped purchase receipt.
This also applies to any secondary or subsequent
The product appearing in its original state, hereun-
der that the only parts used have been supplied by
STOKKE® and are intended for use on, or together
with, the product. Any deviations herefrom require
the prior written consent of STOKKE®.
The serial number of the product not having been
destroyed or removed.
The STOKKE® ”Extended Warranty”
does not cover:
Damage caused by normal developments in the
parts making up the product (e.g. colouration
changes, as well as wear and tear).
Damage caused by minor variations in materials
(e.g. colour differences between parts).
Damage caused by extreme influence from exter-
nal factors like sun/light, temperature, humidity,
environmental pollution, etc.
Damage caused by accidents/mishaps – for exam-
ple any other objects having bumped into the
product or any person having overturned the prod-
uct by colliding with it. The same applies if the
product has been overloaded, for example in terms
of the weight placed on it.
Damage inflicted on the product by external influ-
ence, for example when the product is being
shipped as luggage.
Consequential damage, for example damage
inflicted on any persons and/or any other objects.
If the product has been fitted with any accessories
that have not been supplied by STOKKE®, the
”Extended Warranty” shall lapse.
The ”Extended Warranty” shall not apply to any
accessories that have been purchased or supplied
together with the product, or at a subsequent date.
STOKKE® will under the ”Extended Warranty”:
Replace or – if STOKKE® prefers – repair the defec-
tive part or the product in its entirety (if necessary),
provided that the product is delivered to a reseller.
Cover normal transport costs for any replacement
part/product from STOKKE® to the reseller from
whom the product was purchased. – No travel costs
on the part of the purchaser are covered under the
terms of the warranty.
Reserve the right to replace, at the time of the war-
ranty being invoked, defect parts by parts that are
of approximately the same design.
Reserve the right to supply a replacement product
in cases where the relevant product is no longer
being manufactured at the time of the warranty
being invoked. Such product shall be of corre-
sponding quality and value.
How to invoke the ”Extended Warranty”:
Generally speaking, all requests relating to the
”Extended Warranty” shall be made to the reseller
from whom the product was purchased. Such
request shall be made as soon as possible after any
defect has been discovered, and shall be accompa-
nied by the warranty certificate as well as the original
Documentation/evidence confirming the manufac-
turing defect shall be presented, normally by way of
the product being brought along to the reseller, or
otherwise being presented to the reseller or a
STOKKE® sales representative for inspection.
The defect will be remedied in accordance with the
above provisions if the reseller or a STOKKE® sales
representative determines that the damage is caused
by a manufacturing defect.
On the last pages of this user guide you will find pictures that describe the assem-
bly of your Tripp Trapp® high chair and Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™. 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™.
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. See illustrations at page 62. 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).
Height - The seat is at the correct height when your child’s elbows are level with
the table top.
Depth - For correct depth of the seat, position the child’s back against the back-
rest 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.
Height – The 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.
Depth – Make 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 sub-
stances, and the liberation of formaldehyde from the varnish complies with E1
Tripp Trapp® high chair assembled with Tripp Trapp® Baby Set™ complies with
IMPORTANT! KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ASSEMBLING YOUR TRIPP TRAPP® HIGH CHAIR.
Rugs and tiles
To prevent the Tripp Trapp® high chair from tilting backwards, it has plastic
gliders underneath the legs. Their function is to make the high chair slide
backwards and return to an upright position when lifted from the floor in front.
To make sure that the gliders function as intended, the high chair should be
placed on a surface that doesn’t inhibit it from sliding backwards. That means
that the surface should be level, stable and with a certain hardness.
Carpets and rugs that are soft or with long loose ends that the high chair could
sink into, is an unsuitable surface for your Tripp Trapp® high chair. Uneven floors,
like some tiled floors could be are also an unsuitable surface for your Tripp
Trapp® high chair.
The gliders as well as the floor must be kept clean.
Be aware of the risk that
a big frame under the
table top makes it easier for
children to push their legs
against the table and tilt
backwards. Also note that
Tripp Trapp® is designed for
dining tables 72-76 cm high.
Make sure the forward
edge of the footrest NEVER
protrudes beyond the front
tip of the chair legs at floor
level. This may cause the
chair to be unstable when
a child climbs in and out of
the Tripp Trapp® high chair.
XDo not leave the child unattended.
XStay in reach of your child.
XIf you use any harness with the high chair make sure it is correctly fitted.
XDo 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.
XDo 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.
XDo not use the high chair if any part is broken, torn or missing.
XDo not use the high chair before the child can sit up unassisted.
XAlways place the high chair on a level stable surface and make sure that the high
chair has space to slide backwards.
XAlways use the crotch strap in combination with the rail and the high backrest.
XBe 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.
XRemember 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.
XDo not use any accessories or replacement parts not manufactured by STOKKE;
this may affect your child’s safety.
XDo not use the high chair as a stepstool.
XLoosen 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.
XWhen 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.
XNEVER use the Tripp Trapp® chair without a glider.
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