This is a highchair that you will either love or hate. It’s not flashy, or posh, or patterned, nor does it have a million and one functions. Which is why I love it.
Jacob is 9 months old and has been sitting confidently since 6 months. This highchair is perfect for him – but wouldn’t be very supportive for a wobbly sitter. It was very simple to put together, and easy to take apart to put in the car if you’re travelling. I love the fact that you can take the bottom half of the legs off to create a shorter chair perfect for putting up to children’s tables, or for lazy feeding from the comfort of the sofa! It’s very sturdy and strong – a must in a household of three disaster-prone children. The padded seat cover is easy to remove for washing, and the whole highchair is just made for easy cleaning; the ergonomic design means there’s no nooks and crannies for food to collect and fester.
The only downsides to the highchair are the fact that the tray and leg-rest are non adjustable, and the chair only has a 3 point waist harness rather than a 5 point shoulder harness. This hasn’t been a problem for us, but it is something to be aware of.
All in all I like the simplicity and sturdiness of this highchair… it does exactly as it says on the box, and it does it well. For under £41, it’s a great buy!
Sadly no longer available but see Little Helpers website Here for other options