3.00 rating Good Chair/bad Cover by ~mom on November 19, 2008
I really like this highchair. It looks wonderful and it matches the furniture at my home. I have teh dark wood one. I do however have a problem with the cover. It is ripping every time i put it in the washer,even on low aggitation. I can't even find a spare one. not sure if it isworth the money
5.00 rating great high chair! by cheryl on May 3, 2008
This high chair is the best. Easy to use and very durable. Easily removable, washable cushion. Extras are also available for purchase from the manufacturer(see owner's manual). I have used this for 3 years now for two boys and just love it. This chair is also easy to clean. The removable piece on the feeding tray is great. Enables you to wash it just like a plate,in the sink or dishwasher. Some people don't like the fact that this chair does not recline. However, as a nurse, I must say that a baby really shouldn't be eating solid food yet if they cannot slightly sit up with a little support. Can you swallow safely reclining?? This chair also looks nice with our decor!
3.00 rating No replacments by Britnie on March 20, 2008
Great high chair if only they had replacment tray and cushion available I acidentially set the tray on the burner and now it doesnt fit woops cant find replacment anywhere other then that it is a great high chair.
5.00 rating Great Chair by mommy on March 10, 2008
Looks good, both with and without the fabric cover. VERY stable, too.
4.00 rating EB Wooden High Chair Tray by Shelly on November 9, 2007
Great looking high chair but be aware that a design change eliminated the 2-swing out parent trays that used to be included. You can not order them separately either.
5.00 rating better than anticipated by Megan, Terrace, BC on January 1, 2004
This chair is wonderful. It has all the class and beauty of a wooden chair with the converience and features of a plastic chair. It looks good,cleans easy and even has storage shelf unde the seat, very sturdy. What more do you need?
4.00 rating Reasonable No-Frills High Chair by H.D., USA on January 1, 2004
Only buy this chair if you're sure you don't care about having adjustable height and recline features. If those aren't important to you, this is a great chair.
3.00 rating Why You Only Think You Need a High Chair by Joy, San Diego, CA on January 1, 2004
At dinnertime, when my husband and I like to linger over the table and prefer our daughter to be with us, we learned she would not tolerate the high chair for as long as we wished. She had far fewer objections to a portable feeding chair that hooks on to the table. We purchased a version by Chicco which cost about forty dollars, had a very soft seat, a three-point harness that made sense, and brought her right to the table with us. Something I learned I don't like about high chairs in general is the way they isolate the baby from the table during meals, and in the hook-on feeding chair we didn't have that problem. Feeding her right from the table meant less cleaning because I had to wipe the table down anyway, and the seat we got is covered by a well-padded but slick-surfaced material which was easy to clean. This method takes up much less room than a high chair, can be packed away and hidden on occasion, is much less expensive, and is something you might buy anyway for taking to restaurants and friends' houses. I give it my full endorsement. I never met a budget I didn't want to blow, but not even I can justify spending the money when the two best options are either two hundred dollars or forty dollars. Save the money for a nice toddler chair in the future (I have glowing review of the Stokke Kinderzeat in-draft), which some kids use for years and love sitting in.