The Stokke Clikk highchair is designed for easy mealtimes from 6 months old to 3 years old. The Clikk highchair is designed with ergonomics in mind with three configurations for optimal seating at each age and adjustable foot rest. It includes everything you will need for stress free meal times with a tray, footrest and harness, plus it assembles super easily in 1 minute without the need for any tools! We think it’s great, but what did our parent testers make of the Stokke Clikk highchair?
Parent Tester - Isla-Mae Fofanah
Wow. All I can say is it’s amazing!!
There is so much I love about the Stokke Clikk highchair. But the main one is, it’s so easy to assemble! It took me less than 5 minutes to build and no tools required.
The highchair arrived nicely boxed from Natural Baby Shower. In the box you will receive the seat harness with straps, four legs, tray and footrest. Everything you need!
This highchair is very light weight so makes it easy to move around the house or even to take it with you when travelling! The straps are very easy to use, I love that it has straps that go over the head and across the belly to make sure the baby is well strapped in for extra reassurance. The attachable footrest and tray is great as can be taken off when your child no longer requires meaning it really grows with your little one.
The highchair is very comfortable and my little girl loves sitting in it not just for eating but also watching TV. You can also buy an extra attachment cushion to go on the chair to make it more comfortable for your little ones bottom.
Overall, I would recommend the Stokke clikk highchair to all new mums and dads out there and I will definitely be using it for future children!
Parent Tester – Alex Barnhurst
I received the Stokke Clikk highchair in cloud grey from Natural Baby Shower, I was surprised just how light the box was when opening it. The packaging stated that it would take just a minute to build. I have to say I was sceptical of this, as we have had highchairs in the past which have taken over an hour to build...which isn’t ideal when you’ve got a baby on the move.
However, this was spot on and it could not have been easier to assemble. It was literally just a case of clicking the legs into the chair and it was as simple as that!
Aesthetically the chair is perfect, it would fit in well in anyone’s home and seems to be made of high quality materials.
Our son is 6 months old so although he can sit up, he is still a little unsteady. He looked a little small in the chair, I wish the tray would have come a bit closer to him and as the straps don’t attach to the back of the chair I found at first he would end up slumping forwards sometimes. I think as our sons grows and becomes more stable, the loose straps and tray being further away than I would currently like won’t be a problem.
The chair and tray don’t have any rounded edges so this is perfect when it comes to clean up time, (we are doing baby led weaning which ends up very messy) so there’s no corners for food to work their way into. The tray removes very easily so you can just whip that off and take it to the kitchen to clean.
The straps unfortunately were a different story, they are very light coloured and I found them very hard to clean so they already look worn despite only using the chair for a month. I will be looking up some tips on how to give these a thorough clean. I think the chair would benefit from having some removable strap covers which can be machine washed. The buckle mechanism on the chair is great but again is a nightmare to clean as food really works it’s way into the holes for the clips.
The highchair is very lightweight so is easily moved from room to room and would be perfect for travelling as it’s so easy to take apart and rebuild again. The height is not adjustable but we have found that it is perfect for our table at home so it’s not a problem.
This chair can be used up until the child is 3 years old, as they grow you can remove the tray and use as a chair at your dining table.
Although the chair has so many pros and I do love it, at almost £150 I don’t think I could justify the cost. You can buy optional extras like a padded seat, I feel like maybe these should be included already at the price.