Easily adjusts from a high chair all the way to a regular dining chair with no tools needed. Straps can be a 5-point or 3-point harness. Cushion is stain resistant and waterproof for easy cleaning and the tray cover is dishwasher safe. Easy to assemble and very sturdy.
You need 2 hands to remove the wooden tray.
Very sturdy and easy to clean. Just the right height to pull up to the table so baby can eat with everyone else. Identical to most restaurant high chairs.
This is a very simple high chair, so there's no padding, no tray, and it's not adjustable.
Foot and seat plates are adjustable and weight limit is 250 pounds, so you can use this seat as a high chair up to a regular chair. Very sturdy and easy to assemble. Easy to clean. Finished with a low VOC plant-based lacquer.
The back legs stick out a little, which can make them a tripping hazard depending on the placement of the chair.
Tray has 4 different locking positions and the seat has 3 different recline positions. Tray is dishwasher safe. Adjusts from a high chair to a booster to a toddler seat.
The assembly instructions are confusing and the tray doesn't always click, so you need to double-check that it's locked.
From 4 or 6 months to 3 years old (or older), a high chair is where you will nourish your child. It will be the messiest place in your house so you'll want something that is easy to clean. However, safety is your first concern. Your wooden high chair needs a crotch strap and the ASTM International requires a three-point safety harness – though a five-point harness provides better protection. You will need a wooden high chair that has an adjustable seat and an adjustable tray, so it can grow with your child. If the high chair has wheels, those wheels need to lock; if it folds, it needs to fold safely. For comfort, you can choose a padded or cushioned option.
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