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    Question Please recommend me a high chair!

    I'm looking for a high chair for my 6mo dd.
    She will be sitting unsupported before she is put in it so she won't need a reclining one. I'm looking for something under $200, easy to clean, and not too bulky. space is an issue so preferably fold-away. As said before she will be sitting unsupported before its used so recline isn't necessary, and the height doesn't have to be adjustable. It needs to be sturdy enough to survive multiple kids.

    I appreciate any suggestions for brands/styles etc. so far the only one I've found is the mothercare Valencia.

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    Ikea Antilop.

    It costs $24.99 and it is SO easy to clean. Love them.

    It's not foldable, but the legs pop out easily.

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    Default Re: Please recommend me a high chair!

    Agree with witwicky, I love my antelope. So easy to clean.

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    I agree with the ikea one. Although not foldable might be the problem.

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    Definitely ikea. It's easy to pack away if needed. I've taken it away with us several times and most importantly it's so easy to clean!

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    Ikea Antilop.

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    Childcare fizz

    Virtually the same as the ikea one except has a 5 point harness so its safer

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    I have a babylove techno. Love it!! My one baby item I use all the time.

    DD has only just stopped using it at 3.
    You can literally take it outside and hose it down, that's how easy it is to clean

    It is pricy though, I paid over $200 but a quick google search shows you can get it for $150 now. Just depends on what your after.

    It is very bulky but can fold away.
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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    We already have a portable booster that attaches to dining chairs for when we go away etc.

    It looks like the ikea/fizz chairs have quite a big leg space? I think it would take up too much room, with out the ability of folding up. Does the ikea one have a tray? (It's not pictured)
    Pretty sure they aren't what I'm looking for. Thank you though!

    As for the babylove techno, I'm having issues finding it. Google keeps showing me love n care techno. Shall look again after school drop offs.

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    Default Please recommend me a high chair!

    I got one for my mums house from Kmart, it's does recline and is height adjustable but folds down almost flat and fits in the cupboard it was around $60 comes with tray and removable liner and 5 point harness the cover has a plastic lining so is easy to clean or can be taken off and put in the washing machine. It's and infa secure brand one


 

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