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Stokke Changing Station Review

by The Review CrewJanuary 14, 2011

The Stokke Changing Station is one of several pieces you can get that compliment one another in your child’s nursery.  Sure, you can use a bed or a couch to change your child, but a more sanitary solution is a changing station.  It’s easier to keep clean, you have all your changing needs in one spot, and it makes changing your son or daughter much easier (and safer).

The Stokke Changing Station comes with a handy side hanger, a changing table and two drawers.  The Changing Station is made out of sturdy, beautiful looking wood.

The packing materials were carefully thought out, and take up a small foot print when you are finished assembling your new changing station.

The pictures below show the box, the unit in the box before construction, after construction, and the packaging materials tied up neatly at the end.

The huge thing that Stokke brings to the table that other manufacturers do not is versatility.  The Stokke changing station grows with your child.  It starts out as a changing station and with a conversion kit it turns into a desk.

The Trip Trap High-Chair we reviewed here turns into the desk chair.  When you pay for something from Stokke you know that it will continue to be useful in the future, and it will save you money in the long run. 

As you can tell we are big fans of the Stokke ingenuity and have to give them a lot of respect for coming up with ways to put together outstanding equipment that can be repurposed for alternate uses as your child grows.

We have to give Stokke a full 5 star ranking for the Stokke Changing Station/Desk.  It’s an outstanding product and considering it is really two products in one it is an outstanding value as well.

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