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Easy to disassemble and transport. Safety belt included. Seat shell for high chair Polypropylene. Foot: Polypropylene, Polyethylene. Wipe dry with a clean cloth. This product is intended for children able to sit up unaided and up to 3 years old or a maximum weight of 33 lbs.. This chair has been tested for domestic and non-domestic use and meet the requirements for safety, durability and stability set forth in the following standard: ASTM F This product comes as 2 packages.
Reviews 9 Reviews 4. Great highchair! Susan Great highchair! So easy to clean! Multiple friends who are seasoned mothers recommended it to me for my first baby! Soooo easy to clean. Price is amazing. You need this! I would like to take it apart for cleaning, but can't get it apart. Had this product in my restaurant for years Martino Had this product in my restaurant for years Have to purchase new ones due to the fact they do not sell safety belt separately best investment ever great for home restaurant and outing uses easy to take apart the seat I place in dishwasher once a week 5.
Great additional chair for traveling, guests, HeidiHenrike We use this chair a lot. The only reason I only rated it 4 stars is, that someone always trips over the legs of the chair. So watch out. Once you get the hang of it, the tray is easy enough to remove and then snap back in after you run it through the dishwasher. Trying to remove the tray when the baby is in the chair, however, is dangerous, and IKEA warns against this behavior in stickers on the tray itself.
Any parent getting an Antilop as a hand-me-down or buying one used should check the manufacturing date. The Antilop does not come with a warranty. The solid-beech Stokke Tripp Trapp is the only chair we tested that is truly comfortable and easy to use for both infants and preschoolers who are ready to climb into a chair by themselves. Its aesthetics are clearly a draw, and inseparable from its value. Unlike the IKEA Antilop and the vast majority of other high chairs, the Tripp Trapp is a piece of furniture you might keep forever, as its dozen configurations allow it to grow from a first high chair for a 6-month-old to a toddler seat to a chair appropriate for most teens and even adults.
We compared the Tripp Trapp against two other wooden, adjustable chairs with a similar footprint—the Keekaroo Height Right High Chair and the Svan Signet Complete High Chair —and found that the competitors had heavy wooden trays or clunky bentwood infant seats and were really better suited to kids ages 3 and up.
These dimensions are based on our own measurements in person and do not exactly match all the manufacturer specs. The JPMA-certified Stokke Tripp Trapp was extremely comfortable for my 7-month-old, and the recycled-plastic Baby Set attachment was easy to secure and went right in the dishwasher for cleanup. The chair was even better for my preschooler, who could climb into it herself.
The safety gliders that attached to the legs allowed her to push away from the table without tipping and to get down on her own. During our testing, though, the safety straps and buckle did scrub free of all stickiness and stains. Overall, the Stokke seemed the sturdiest of the 13 chairs we tested.
My little tester loved being at the table next to us and her big sister. Note, however, that without a tray, all of the mess ends up on the tabletop, so a placemat is key. In November , Stokke introduced a newborn seat attachment that allows the Tripp Trapp to be used from birth up to a maximum weight of But you could forgo some of those extras the tray, for example, may not be necessary if you want the baby to eat at the table.
People inherit a Tripp Trapp from family or friends or buy it on the equivalent to eBay. Compared with our top pick, obviously, the Tripp Trapp is far more expensive, but we believe it still delivers a great value. In many ways—the long-term functionality, the versatility, the overall quality—it is incomparable. We can make comparisons on weight, though, and the Tripp Trapp, at about 15 pounds, is heavier to move around than lightweight plastic-and-steel chairs like the IKEA Antilop.
It also had a longer assembly time 36 minutes than many other chairs we tested, although we found it easier to put together and adjust than similar wooden competitors. The wooden chair has a seven-year warranty when you register it. This inexpensive model cleverly folds into a compact little package with its own carry strap, and it can work either as a high chair with a tray or as a booster seat pulled up to the table.
We studied the half-dozen readily available chairs of this type and concluded that the Healthy Care Deluxe would be the easiest to clean many similar chairs have large, often ruffle-lined fabric components. It also offers good versatility for a low price. The tray also has three positions. We tested the Deluxe booster, which includes a snap-on lid so that the tray stays clean when stored away, but the booster is also available without the tray cover for less.
The Healthy Care Deluxe can work with or without the tray, either as a booster seat pulled right up to the table or as a space-saver high chair. Many parents will hold on to this chair after their child outgrows it and keep it in the closet so that they can bring it out when a baby visits.
The tray insert goes right in the dishwasher—although we did find that it stains easily—and the seat itself is small enough to clean in the sink. Still, this chair was harder to keep clean than our other three picks, primarily because food and liquid tended to fall through the booster seat to the adult chair below. The Healthy Care Deluxe does not come with a warranty.
The chair is also bulky and heavy 25 pounds , and the tray took on a little water when we cleaned it in the sink. If you eat at a taller counter or use a high breakfast bar, however, and need a chair with adjustable height, the Seedling is a great choice. This design makes mealtimes much easier than with high chairs sporting a separate tray that you have to slide off each time.
Our top pick, the IKEA Antilop, also has trays that stay in place while you slide the baby in or out. The Nook also folds flat with one hand and leans nicely against the wall. The worst thing about the Nook is that removing the seat cushion for deep cleaning is extremely difficult. Offering different height settings, this design is a modular chair that includes several parts stacked on top of one another.
You can use it as a regular high chair, a space-saver high chair buckled to an adult chair, a booster seat, or a youth chair. The Total Clean has a seat, safety straps, and both a tray and an insert that can go right in the dishwasher. Crumbs, food, and liquid fell through the removable space saver and booster seat to the bottom youth-chair seat, which remained connected to the base.
And even with the wheels locked, this chair slid around my floor quite a bit. During our testing, grape juice dripped through to the seat at the bottom a mess that would go undetected unless a parent lifted off the space-saver high chair seat to check.
The footrest area has slots, so parents can adjust the footrest height, but in our tests food got inside them and was difficult to get out. This chair is among the most popular modular high chair options on Amazon, but we recommend our picks and even the first few competitors before it. The tray was slightly tricky to slide on: Several times I thought it was secured and it wasn't, so my baby was able to push it right off herself. As with most other wheeled models we tried, the entire chair slid all around on my wooden floor even when the wheels were locked.
Still, the Ingenuity outperformed other modular chairs in one big way—no juice slipped through to the bottom seat. That means it has no hidden seat at the bottom to collect sticky liquid. The most annoying areas to scrub clean were, yet again, the footrest and footrest-adjustment slots. But underneath its Aerocore seat cover, it has many hidden gaps, crannies, and slots in its plastic seat frame that in our tests collected spilled juice and were a big pain to clean.
One other issue to note: Online information that Amazon lists as being from the manufacturer suggests that the Aerocore seat cover could go in the dishwasher, but the instruction manual suggests scrubbing with soap and water instead. It will likely work just fine for children age 3 and up, but it does not seem ideal for the youngest eaters. In our tests, the wooden tray was very heavy and clunky to slide in and out, and the combination of the seat height, the tray placement, and the three-point harness allowed my 7-month-old to lunge forward in the chair the Stokke and the other wooden chair we tested, the Svan Signet Complete, both have a five-point harness.
Keekaroo does sell an Infant Insert that it bills as being for babies who have trouble sitting up, but many customer reviewers say it gets food stuck underneath. We found this chair harder to assemble and adjust than the other wooden chairs we tested. The safety harness just hung on the chair, so in our tests it kept getting stuck underneath my baby when I tried to get her buckled in. The straps did come right off the frame easily and could go in the washing machine, but otherwise this model was a pain to clean.
The design included deep grooves and slots that were hard to reach with a sponge and even with a scrubbing brush. Others, such as the Evenflo Convertible High Chair , which converts to a table and chair for a toddler and appears to be easy to care for, had online reviews that revealed major cleaning issues. Drill a hole in the bottom. For safety reasons, we also ruled out the Inglesina Fast Table Chair —a popular compact chair that gets great reviews and has ranked as one of the best high chairs for travel—before testing.
Heather Felton, a Louisville, Kentucky, pediatrician and injury-prevention expert. The most common types of injuries are to the head and neck, with closed head injuries, including concussions, being the most common. The Stokke Tripp Trapp manual explains that the chair is not for use on rough surfaces and uneven floors, such as areas with rugs or tiles, because the chair needs to be able to slide backward.
With both the Tripp Trapp and any booster, such as the Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe, in which a child is buckled to an adult chair, parents need to watch for frames underneath the table that the child could push their legs against, causing themselves to tilt backward. With any high chair, Felton reminds parents to make sure the parts are locked in position.
Faced with frequent, catastrophic messes, the chairs still looked new after a year of use. Heather Felton, Louisville pediatrician, expert in safety and injury prevention, and spokesperson for the American Association of Pediatrics , email interview, May 16, Domenic Gubitosi, director of product design for Fisher-Price, babygear division, phone interview, May 18, High Chairs , Consumer Reports.
The impressively supportive, adjustable, and durable Steelcase Gesture is still our pick for the best office chair for most people, as it has been since Our favorite folding chair, the HDX Plastic Folding Chair , is affordable, durable, and feels more comfortable for long sits than any other chair we tried.
Your home-office chair is likely getting more use than ever before. Here are our most helpful tips on what you can do to keep it clean. Our pick. IKEA Antilop The best high chair This functional, compact, lightweight chair is easy to use and much easier to keep clean than high chairs that cost 10 times as much. Upgrade pick. Also great. Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat A compact travel chair and booster seat This versatile, inexpensive seat buckles to an adult chair, can work with or without a tray, and folds up for the road.
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You can also buy a tray and a blow-up cushion to go with it for extra comfort. I find it quite difficult to take the tray off, so I tend not to use it unless I have to and although the safety belt is sufficient for Evie it may be a bit too flimsy for a much older child of 2 or 3. I really like this highchair and would thoroughly recommend it — in fact, quite a few of my friends have bought one. No result. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission, but this never influences our product choices.
Latest deals from trusted retailers. In a nutshell Does everything you need it to do and nothing that isn't essential. Ease of use. Ease of cleaning. It is also just the right height to pull up to the table so Evie can join in family meals. The chair itself is made from material that can be recycled, but I plan to have more children so I expect to be using it for some years to come.
You can also buy a tray and a blow-up cushion to go with it for extra comfort. I find it quite difficult to take the tray off, so I tend not to use it unless I have to and although the safety belt is sufficient for Evie it may be a bit too flimsy for a much older child of 2 or 3. I really like this highchair and would thoroughly recommend it — in fact, quite a few of my friends have bought one.
No result. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission, but this never influences our product choices. Latest deals from trusted retailers. In a nutshell Does everything you need it to do and nothing that isn't essential.
Product details. A highchair makes it easier for small children to sit at the same table as adults, which helps them develop social and eating skills. Easy to. ANTILOP high chair is easy to take apart and bring along so your child sits. Easy to disassemble and transport. This product is intended for children able to sit up unaided and up to 3 years old or a maximum weight of 33 lbs.. This chair.