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TROGEN Children's step stool, yellow,

Price $ 39

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With this stool, your child can help out in the kitchen or reach things, without asking for help. The handles make it easy to carry and it stands steadily so your child can focus on the task.

Article Number203.715.23

Product details

Your child can use it as a footrest, a seat or stand on it to reach things that are stored higher up.

Stable on the floor, it won’t tip when children step on it.

Easy for your child to lift and move, since it has handles on both sides.


J Asshoff/H Brogård


Width: 40 cm

Depth: 38 cm

Height: 33 cm

Max. load: 50 kg

  • TROGENArticle Number203.715.23

    Width: 37 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 40 cm

    Weight: 3.98 kg

    Package(s): 1

Taking your child to the next levelDavidIt’s amazing what this step stool can do. You’d think it’s just a step but once your child stands on it you’ll never forget the day.5
It is a good sizeDebraIt is a good size4
Great For LittliesMichelleGreat for cleaning teeth and washing hands4
Great little stepspringHave this bright wee step for our 3yo bed. He loves it. Very sturdy.5
Trogen child stoolLudmilaVery steady, comfortable to use to get to the bath or toilet seat.5
Nice little stepsMarcellaEasy to assemble strong cute steps. Would be nice if they came in different colours but the yellow is kind of cute like a duck!5
Nice & BrightViolettaLove this 2 step ladder, it’s nice and Bright easy to put together and great for toddlers. We use it in our bathroom so my son can get to the sink. But also for him to step into the bath. It’s a great tool to aid guided independence. He loves it! It would great if it came in a range of other colours.5
It’s very sturdy and useful.DanielaIt’s very sturdy and useful.5
Kids StepLisaSimple to assemble. Looks nice, most importantly it’s strong and stable5
PerfectBarbaraMy 14 month old can readily climb on and off the couch with this and I can see it used when he's older too. Great sturdy toddler stool!5
StoolToniI bought this for my granddaughter and she uses at every opportunity.5
SturdyKartiniGreat colour, sturdy and easy to assemble5
Great for my daughter toTaliaGreat for my daughter to help in the kitchen5
Great priceSusanGreat price3
A nice, sturdy and wellTalA nice, sturdy and well balanced step stool.5
Very sturdy, looks good andNatalieVery sturdy, looks good and was easy to assemble.5
Excellent. Perfect size for myBeverleyExcellent. Perfect size for my grandson to climb up and clean his teeth.5
Love the bright happy colourCoralieLove the bright happy colour4
TROGEN Children's step stool, yellow, 40x38x33 cm

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