Love it! I wrote this review before and it did not appear, but I'll write it again because this chair is great
Jessica Diaz, Made for Mums
11 April 2011
Summary: Love it, I get far more comments from the girls on the Hauck Alpha than I did on the Triptrapp, and it cost less than half! We now have two, and if I needed another I would buy one in a second!
Pros: Strong, stable and really really well made. I never worry about our children wobbiling or falling. No sharp plastic edges, which is great. Looks far more expensive than it is!
Cons: Can be hard to find the natural wood one. The wood one looks great, although red is chic too!
Summary: I bought this to use now my son isn't so keen to sit in his high chair. As such I can't really comment on what it's like with the highchair bar attachment on. As a chair it's great. My son can now sit at the table without feeling stuck in a seat. He seems to really like it. He can get up and down from it himself and it's very stable. It's significantly cheaper than some of the similar designer alternatives. £34 well spent. A great chair.
Summary: We bought this for my 2.5 year old whilst I was pregnant so that she could climb up into her high chair without me needing to lift her, it's perfect for this and will hopefully do for the next one when the time comes.
Summary: This high chair is an Ace! It grows together with your baby giving your little one the benefit to join the family table from 6months old. The size is not bigger than a normal dinning chair giving this product a plus compared to the bulkier plastic and metal highchairs. Great value for money. In comparison to a much more expensive similar model of a Nordic company I see no difference in use. Easy to assemble.
Summary: This chair is very good, I would recommend it. Except, it came with one piece which was slightly too big so it was difficult to put together for that reason. But, we contacted the company and they said they would send us a new part if necessary. The only drawback is that the tray on the front is flat, I would have preferred a regular high-chair tray with a lip to keep the food in the tray.