Bought this used in UK from someone returning from Australia. Good high back and very comfortable. Very easy to fit to my table. Mum mad a cover to help keep seat clean. When I wanted to wash the real cover (hand wash according to the label) I found a problem. Answer - contact the maker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Instructions came back directly. Look along the arms and there is a button to depress on each. Do this and the arm comes out. Then slide the back frame out and the hard seat board also slides out of a pocket. Wash, spin, dry and put back together. Easy peasy as we Brits say. After 2 years of use by me as well as useage by the original purchaser, it is still as good as new, and moving on to a new home. 5 ***** product
I was given one of these by a friend and it currently resides at my parents home so that we don't have to have a big highchair stored at their place.
Drawbacks - it needs a heavy table with the correct support to allow it to sit comfortably and securely on the table.
It isn't the easiest thing to clean but then I have another regular highchair that is harder to clean.
Good points - it is simple to use (once you have a suitable table).
It folds up to an acceptable size
But best of all bub feels a real part of things as they are using the same table as everyone else
My toddler is a messy eater and big for her age but still only two and 14kg. But a high chair should allow for that in my thinking.
It was hard to clean and taking the cover off was difficult. (I made my own slip to help but it was still difficult)
The webbing pulled out from the front where it holds sides together
You need a very heavy table to stop child from tipping, when my daughter swung her legs the whole table shook.
I would take it back for a refund if I could. (It was purchased well in advance of our second child arrival)
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