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Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2018
There is no such thing as a perfect high chair. They all have one flaw or another and I searched high and low for the one with the fewest flaws. This one isn't bad.
1. I wanted a tray that can be removed with one hand to make getting baby in and out easier. This one does that quite well. It also is easy to get baby in and out without taking the tray off at all because you can recline the back easily and just pull them out. The whole thing lifts up a little when you do that so you have to put a foot on the base when you do.
2. I wanted something easy to clean. That means a lot of different things to a lot of people but so far the whole body wipes easily. The straps are removable so I can put them through the wash (these easily collect the most food debris that can't just be wiped off). The pad is easy to wipe down and also goes in the wash. The leatherette is the weakest link. The stitching collects debris that can't be wiped out and the white stains a little under carrots and spinach other pigment heavy foods. But based on what I read from literally every other highchair there's a weak link somewhere... So, this one isn't that bad to deal with I guess. The tray also cleans pretty easily and it's a large tray with three layers to it (we really just use the top layer but it's nice to take that one off during clean up to get the source of the mess away from the baby while you finish wiping them down before taking them out of the chair.)
3. I wanted an adjustable foot rest. This one didn't impress me but it was frankly a hard feature to find in conjunction with the other things I wanted so it'll do. My baby's legs don't reach the highest setting yet. She's 8m and average ht.
4. I wanted something easy to move around. The weeks do that pretty easily.
5. I wanted an adjustable height. It's not a huge range but enough for my purposes... Sometimes I sit across and spoon feed her and other times she gets slid up to the table to join the family meal.
6. I wanted something not hideous. Well, this isn't sleek like the stokke or some other $250+ models but I like the black and white look, the base is elegant enough. The chair looks like a fuddy fuddy-duddy lazy boy but frankly I think it's worth the ugliness because my baby is comfortable and will sit contently through a meal for 30m or so without squirming.
7. I wanted something with versatility. The booster and chair mounted mode haven't come into use yet for us but I like knowing this will support our growing family without us needing to drop even more money on yet another thing.
So is it perfect? No. But perfect probably doesn't exist. So, is it the best possible chair and likely better than some of the more expensive models out there? I think so!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great chair for a lot of reasons.
By Elise Teal on November 4, 2018
There is no such thing as a perfect high chair. They all have one flaw or another and I searched high and low for the one with the fewest flaws. This one isn't bad.
1. I wanted a tray that can be removed with one hand to make getting baby in and out easier. This one does that quite well. It also is easy to get baby in and out without taking the tray off at all because you can recline the back easily and just pull them out. The whole thing lifts up a little when you do that so you have to put a foot on the base when you do.
2. I wanted something easy to clean. That means a lot of different things to a lot of people but so far the whole body wipes easily. The straps are removable so I can put them through the wash (these easily collect the most food debris that can't just be wiped off). The pad is easy to wipe down and also goes in the wash. The leatherette is the weakest link. The stitching collects debris that can't be wiped out and the white stains a little under carrots and spinach other pigment heavy foods. But based on what I read from literally every other highchair there's a weak link somewhere... So, this one isn't that bad to deal with I guess. The tray also cleans pretty easily and it's a large tray with three layers to it (we really just use the top layer but it's nice to take that one off during clean up to get the source of the mess away from the baby while you finish wiping them down before taking them out of the chair.)
3. I wanted an adjustable foot rest. This one didn't impress me but it was frankly a hard feature to find in conjunction with the other things I wanted so it'll do. My baby's legs don't reach the highest setting yet. She's 8m and average ht.
4. I wanted something easy to move around. The weeks do that pretty easily.
5. I wanted an adjustable height. It's not a huge range but enough for my purposes... Sometimes I sit across and spoon feed her and other times she gets slid up to the table to join the family meal.
6. I wanted something not hideous. Well, this isn't sleek like the stokke or some other $250+ models but I like the black and white look, the base is elegant enough. The chair looks like a fuddy fuddy-duddy lazy boy but frankly I think it's worth the ugliness because my baby is comfortable and will sit contently through a meal for 30m or so without squirming.
7. I wanted something with versatility. The booster and chair mounted mode haven't come into use yet for us but I like knowing this will support our growing family without us needing to drop even more money on yet another thing.
So is it perfect? No. But perfect probably doesn't exist. So, is it the best possible chair and likely better than some of the more expensive models out there? I think so!
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