Stokke Table Top

Stokke Table Top

Carrie McBride
Sep 2, 2008

The Stokke Tripp Trapp has plenty of admirers, but the deal breaker for many (besides the price) is the lack of a tray. As a partial remedy, Stokke had introduced the Table Top.

What many parents like about the Tripp Trapp is that kids can join right in at the family table. The new Table Top supports this desire by attaching directly onto the table with suction cups. The "tray" is made from plastic (bisphenol and phthalate free) which is clear so you can slip one of six templates below them which is supposed to entertain and educate (themes are animals, colors, shapes, sizes, numbers and the alphabet).

Okay, we were on board with the Table Top until we saw the price - $90 (available here and here) which seems like a lot for what appears to be a glorified placemat. Are we missing something here? Tripp Trapp owners - are you tempted by the Table Top?

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