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    We got given a gyro bowl which was also great.

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    the unbelievabowl on an ikea plastic highchair has worked awesomely here.. still sticking after 3 years and 2 kids.

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    Unbeliveabowl was useless for us. High hair tray, table, didn't matter. He pulled it off in seconds, so I didn't even use it with DD. I just sat with her and every time she picked it up I said no. Took a few weeks, but she got the message!

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    We use the unbelievabowl (however its spelt ) we've only had issues when on holiday last year, it wouldn't suction to the wood table because of the grain. Otherwise it sucks great to our (wooden) dining table & techno highchair tray. Works a treat for us and dd is 22mths

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    The Heinz one worked great for us :/ even I struggle to get it off the table (I wonder if different surfaces matter- it was useless on her highchair tray)

    I also tried a tommee tippee one - has a green suction pad that you place the bowl on... Absolutely useless!
    Hmm maybe my son is a bit hulkish

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    I ended up buying the Heinz one as that's all Coles had and it's working great so far.

    A little tricky to fully click in but I think that's because it's new. And there's no way he could get it up!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    I've just got a boon bowl, initially dd could pull it off but I realised i wasn't pushing down hard enough and since then she hasn't managed to despite being really persistent!!!!
    I second the boon. If you push it hard enough it's really tough. Poor dh found it hard the other night to get it off!!!

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    I bought a heinz one. It worked great for a while. ... Now it b doesn't suction.

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    Oh I just realised you bought the heinz one!!

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    Just make sure the surface is über clean & dry, the tiniest bit of oil spreads underneath it & can be a PITA to clean


 

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