Giveaway: A Stokke Baby Chair (A $265 Value!)

04/25/2011 at 12:00 AM ET
Courtesy Stokke

We’re big fans of Stokke‘s classic high chair, the Tripp Trapp ($250). And we’re not the only ones. Tori Spelling recently Tweeted a photo of her kids — Stella and Liam — in the chairs.

Created by Peter Opsvik, its original and unique design hasn’t changed since it first hit the scene in 1972. Ergonomic and eco-friendly, it was designed to bring babies closer to the table. Plus, it comes in 12 fun colors including purple, pink, blue and green. Want it? The company is giving one away to a lucky Moms & Babies reader in the color of their choice.

Hurry up and enter for your chance to win! Online entries must be received between 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on 4/25/11 and 11:59 p.m. (ET) on 5/1/11. See Official Rules.

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frid on

It’s a great chair. We got one for our son seven years ago- he still loves that chair- and so do we. 😀

Heidi on

My now 5 year old daughter has used this chair since 6 months! She loves it and looks great too.

Grace on

This is one of the best baby products. I have one and love it. My baby all the way up to an adult can sit in. It’s pricey, but worth it. It also slide right under the table so if space is an issue, it’s a perfect choice.

denise on

we love our tripp trapp, too. most of our friends have them as well, they are great quality and a friend has one from her niece which is almost 20 years old and it’s still great. I’d love purple but my husband chose plain wood. what I also love about the stokke is the concept that the baby shares the parents’ table, no extra table for the kid, it’s a person with a seat at the big table. the stokke grows with the child. my son’s 1 1/2 and now climbs his stokke himself and feels like a big kid on a normal chair, though he still sits a bit higher than normal chairs. the stokkes are solid enough that an adult can sit on them, too!

MiB on

Stokkes are quite common where I live, and they have an almost unlimited life span, there are still stokkes from 1972 around, many buy them second, third and fouth hand as they are virtually indestructible (they can get scratches and dents, but otherwise they are usually still in good condition) and they are so easy to take care of. They have changed since 1972 though, at least the baby bar has, the old one was just a curved wooden bar with a leather crotch strap, now it’s a plastic contraption with a higher back, and I have to say, I perfer the older version. I guess I’ll just have to look for the older version second hand if I’m ever blessed with a baby.

Hokie01 on

My grandbaby needs this!