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This hi chair came in very handy over many years for more than just feeding and i still have it today.
Its colourful which I find helped on harder days.
Its easily cleanable and can be dismantled to thoroughly wash.
Has 4 wheels that lock or all move. It folds up and stands for easy storage when not in use. The tray clips onto the back on the chair when not in use. The foot step can be folded up.
It has 5 different height settings and 4 tilt angle settings, so really you can have this chair in 20 different positions. Heigh setting came in handy when setting at our high dining room table and when sitting in the lounge around the coffee table, or the kids play table (which is much shorter).
The tilt angles were awesome for under 1. He did not like being in a bouncer on the floor when I was standing so high above him. I would put a blanket in the high chair for softness and tilt the chair all the way back and lye him in it so he was at my hip height while i cleaned the kitchen. This was when he wasn't young enough to sit up and climb out so it was safe. He would sleep in the high chair next to my in my office on days where he wouldn't settle in his cot.
The only negative I have is that the tray height could not be adjusted. It was only a problem when my son first started eating solids. And he was unable to get his arms on the tray months later to start feeding himself.
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