Stokke HandySitt – Top Reviews & Key Info

  • Price Range: $95 – $105
  • GooGooLove: ♥♥♥♥♥ (5/5)
  • Pros:
    • Converts into freestanding chair
    • Sturdy
    • Easy to setup
  • Cons:
    • Lots of straps
    • Woods needs to be dried when cleaned
    • Separate cushioning for comfort
  • Weight Limit: 44 lbs.

Most Helpful Reviews on the Stokke HandySitt.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – I am a big fan of Stokke products and HandySitt is a great new addition to my collection. It’s easy to set up and works with any chair. It feels sturdy and comfortable. My son is able to join us at the table anywhere we go without having to use a high chair or another booster seat. It would not be a bad idea to have these at restaurants instead of traditional plastic seats, that do not usually secure to the dining chairs…. (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
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Gear in Action

  • See a video review here.

What the Makers Say

  • Stokke® HandySitt® provides safe, secure seating and convenience. The Stokke® HandySitt’s portability lends itself to families on the go be it for outings to restaurants, grandmother’s house or on holiday. Grandmother will appreciate how easy it is to clean too.
  • The Stokke® HandySitt® system offers 2 optional solutions:
    The Stokke® HandySitt® brings your child to the dining table, when attached to a suitable adult dining chair.
    With the additional legs you may also create a freestanding chair for placement on the floor.
  • The portable seat is easy to fold, to store and transports easily for visits or travels, it fits perfectly into the Stokke® HandySitt® Travelbag and the seat can be fitted on to most dining chairs, thus transforming it into a safe temporary high chair for the child.
  • (read more on Stokke.com)

Any Safety Recalls :( ?

  • Not that we’ve heard.  For the most up-to-date information, search the Consumer Products Safety Division’s website here.

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