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    Ikea. Easy peasy to clean.

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    https://m.bigw.com.au/baby-kids/feed..._0000000119638

    I couldn't rave about this chair enough, sometimes it is on sale for $39 too so keep an eye out. I like that it can be different heights and has a high back on it.
    Super easy to clean...
    We actually have two so one is at the grandparents place...
    To me the Ikea one felt a bit flimsy in the quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
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    I couldn't rave about this chair enough, sometimes it is on sale for $39 too so keep an eye out. I like that it can be different heights and has a high back on it.
    Super easy to clean...
    We actually have two so one is at the grandparents place...
    To me the Ikea one felt a bit flimsy in the quality.
    We have this one, easy to clean and it's cheap

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    I recommend the Ikea high chair as well, its called the Antilop.
    I bought this for at my parents house and we have the Stokke Tripp Trapp at home both have their pros and cons for our use. I love the tripp trapp in how it just fits in at our table and isn't in the way but I love the Ikea one is so easy to clean.
    Two completely different price ranges though.

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    I had 2 chairs. A target one with padding, height adjustable, foldable, adjustable recline. Yes it was a pain to clean but it was great for ds who liked to climb out because I could strap him in. I have 2 kids so there were times he had to sit there while I got food etc. Also the other great thing was when dd and I were sitting on the kids table I could bring the height of the chair down to the same level.
    Also had the ikea style one which was handy bc it was easy to clean and light. But I would not put ds in there when he was little and climbing. Dd however was fine in it.
    Overall I would still prefer the one with more features bc it is more versatile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    https://m.bigw.com.au/baby-kids/feed..._0000000119638

    I couldn't rave about this chair enough, sometimes it is on sale for $39 too so keep an eye out. I like that it can be different heights and has a high back on it.
    Super easy to clean...
    We actually have two so one is at the grandparents place...
    To me the Ikea one felt a bit flimsy in the quality.
    We now have this as well. I am a huge fan of the ikea chair but I can't keep my 2nd in it, he climbs out of it easy as can be. The BigW one was the closest thing to the ikea one with a 5 point harness.

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    We have the Tripp Trapp from Stokke.
    Love it, it looks like a normal chair, fits under our dining table (so no need for a tray, baby eats at the same table than us) and he can rest his foot rather than having them dangling out.

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    Don't get anything with padding. It's a pain in the @rse to clean as food gets caught up in every nook and cranny.
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    IKEA here too, it's just a wipe over, the flash padded ones are a nightmare! I got rid of mine as it drove me nuts !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lili81 View Post
    We have the Tripp Trapp from Stokke.
    Love it, it looks like a normal chair, fits under our dining table (so no need for a tray, baby eats at the same table than us) and he can rest his foot rather than having them dangling out.
    I'm going to get one of these this time. We had the ikea one last time and it was great, but dammit this time I want something that looks great too! I love how it keeps converting size-wise and let's face it, wood is just as easy to wipe down as plastic is.


 

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