Excerpt: I chose to buy this highchair as it was highly rated on Which? as having good features for the price. As we are lacking space I did not want a large bulky highchair and didn't see the point in many of the features of more expensive highchairs, such as a reclining seat. Who puts their child to sleep in a highchair?!
If you are looking for a basic high chair this is for you!
25 June 2011
Excerpt: A high chair is another essential piece of equipment needed when a child is growing up. Whilst researching different types to purchase for my daughter I came across many different types, with many different (not so useful) features, and with many prices! Some high chairs can be priced up to £200. I didn't want an all singing all dancing highchair, I just wanted a basic high chair for my daughter to eat her meals in.
Id recommend this to anyone looking for a cheap but great high chair!
26 November 2010
Excerpt: When our son hit 8 months we started looking for a high chair that was sturdy and easy to clean and store and were shocked at the prices of some of them! Some of them being nearly £130 gave me the shock of my life! We decided to pay a visit to our local Smyths Toy Store as they quite often beat prices in you normal high street shop.
Excerpt: When my little one was around 6 months his gran bought him this highchair for mealtimes. It usually costs around £35 but can be found in the Asda baby event for only £25 which is a brilliant bargain. The seat itself is wipe clean yellow plastic which can be washed in the washing machine which is great since kids can make an infinate mess at times of eating. It is quite padded and has an angle to it.
Excerpt: About 5 months ago our beloved Chicco Happy Snack Highchair broke, and I was at a quandary whether to get a new highchair or not as little man was almost two. However since his big back op he was not steady sitting independently so I decided that we should get a cheap one so that he would be well supported for a bit longer. I found the Graco Tea Time High Chair as part of the Asda baby event for £25.
Excerpt: When my daughter was about 6 months old, I realised that we could do with a spare high chair to keep at my in-laws house, as the Chicco Polly highchair that we had, was just too big to transport on a regular basis. We picked up the Graco in a local nursery shop for £35. I chose it primarily on the basis that it was one of the cheapest chairs we could buy and it wasn't too bulky (as we were asking other people to store it permanently at their house).
Sadly, no good for baby led weaning or babies on the smaller side!
1 February 2010
Excerpt: I bought this highchair when I was pregnant for £25 as part of a special offer at Asda, and I couldn't wait for the time to come that I would actually be using it. Until then, we kept it folded up in a cupboard in the kitchen and I was pleased that it didn't take up much space. Then the big day arrived, I was so excited!! The high chair which is a lovely happy yellow colour came in pieces in a box, but was very easy to assemble.
Excerpt: I bought this high chair in Asdas baby event this time 2 years ago for £25.00. I know the baby event is happening again next week and they do seem to sell a lot of the same stuff each year. The highchair came as a metal frame with a couple of attachments in a fairly large cardboard box. The attachments made the seat and the toy basket which were straight forward to figure out and clipped together easily onto the frame using poppers. It folds flat for easy storage.
Excerpt: I brought this highchair about 4 months ago and its great it comes in a few colours pink blue and yellow my daughter has the pink 1 and its fit for a princess!! I brought this off kiddicare priced at around £34.99 and i think that was also including the delivery!! so a bargain!! It came in a small box with the instruction manual (which i didnt need)and the toys which are meant to be sold seperately and of course the actual highchair in peices which took me 5 minutes to...