Summary: We are very happy with this purchase, our boy sits in it happily even when not eating... the only disadvantage is that you cannot recline the backrest. Otherwise really great stable and useful. We also have the GRACO swing and the fantastic thing is, on t
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
Excerpt: In my childcare setting where I work, we have 4 of these high chairs, therefore they are well tested! The high chair is made by Graco, which I consider a reliable brand when it comes to baby items.