TROGEN Children's step stool, yellow,


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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 Number803.715.20

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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

Article Number803.715.20
  • Fibreboard, Pigmented epoxy powder coating

    Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in a mild cleaner.

  • By using a renewable material like wood fibre in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Width: 40 cm

Depth: 38 cm

Height: 33 cm

Max. load: 50 kg

    Children's step stoolArticle no.803.715.20

    Width: 37 cm

    Height: 5 cm

    Length: 40 cm

    Weight: 3.92 kg

    Package(s): 1


TrogenVerified BuyerGreat product4
Love the designVerified BuyerGreat size , perfect for both my little boys to get to the sink. Would love it in a different colour though.4
Does exactly what it saysVerified BuyerDoes exactly what it says on the tin.5
My granddaughter loves it toVerified BuyerMy granddaughter loves it to climb into bed Very sturdy5
Lovely little stepElizaJThis cheerful stool is nice addition to my children's room. The bright yellow result makes an impact. It's a bit heavy for them to move around but if it was lighter it wouldn't be nearly as sturdy.5
CutePalMirzaLove the bright yellow colour. Was easy to assemble and is very sturdy.5
Love it when function is stylishReviewer27Perfect step for our bathroom, the steps are small enough for little legs and the handles big enough so fingers don’t get trapped. It looks great and is really robust, gets wet and gets scrubbed and still looks like new.5
Perfect for little peopleSeabrightThis step is perfect to help children reach worktops and the sink. It is safe and stable and a lovely colour too!5
SturdyTellytots03Great sturdy stepstool. Excellent height, and really handy handles that the little one can grip hold of. Optional rubber feet would be a bonus. Yellow colour is lovely, although would have loved the old red colour they used to do.5
Fab stepBeckBuckJust right for handwashes and good height for toilet for little one. Fab colour and sturdy construction.5
Amazing colour!khora.spaceWe really love our new TROGEN. It has a great design and also an amazing yellow. The only thing is that it's a bit slippery on hard floor, so I will need to get something to put under so it doesn't slip.4
TROGEN Children's step stool, yellow, 40x38x33 cm

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