Homfa Kitchen Step Stool for Toddlers, Kitchen Helper Standing Stool Adjustable Height, Learning Tower with Safety Rail, Mother¡¯s Helper, Natural Solid Bamboo Construction
After reading reviews and comparing other similar products we decided to buy this product because the quality seemed comparable to other more expensive sellers at the time. We haven't regretted our decision. Our LO has enjoyed using this stool everyday since. She has always been interested in being involved in kitchen chores so this has been a very useful tool. She also uses it to elevate to window level to see lawn mowers and other interesting things happening outside.
There are so many options out there it was difficult to decide but I’m glad I chose this one! The stool is very sturdy and the wood is thick. I am confident that my toddler is safe while in this. It took a few tries to teach her how to get in and out (18 months) but she quickly got it and loves to help out in the kitchen.
The thing was missing a piece. It came with two ”I” pieces instead of an ”I” and a ”G” piece (they look similar but are not interchangeable). Can the seller just ship me a ”g” piece so I don't have disassemble and ship the whole thing back?
I was really surprised at the quality of this. It’s way more sturdy than I assumed. It was easy enough to assemble. Took about 45 minutes. It was a game changer for my 3yo daughter as she used to climb on the counters and it was getting to be a huge problem. But she hasn’t climbed once since I got this. And there’s been no safety issues with the stool itself. I would 100% recommend it. A little heavy to move around but not an issue.
Because of its visual similarity to medieval devices, and the fact that our 2, now 3 year old gets into all sorts of countertop hijinks using this thing, we refer to it as our Siege Tower, and it's been great. Held up perfectly after over a year of daily use, easy to clean, very sturdy and stable. It is a semi-permanent fixture in our kitchen for the next few years with the second ”little orc,” and so far, appears that it will have no real trouble lasting the lifespan we need it for. I would advise to check the screws every few months, as the use cycles can possibly loosen a few over time. You could use a threadlock compound, as well. Don't overtighten, though!