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Silver Cross | Buffet Highchair Cool Grey | Baby Chair | Portable High Chair | newborns - 3yrs| Candy Pink

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The padding and five-point harness help to hold my baby upright which is important as she isn’t able to sit up unaided at the moment despite being over six months. We tried out the Cool Grey colourway (it’s also available in Candy Pink), which looks super smart and doesn’t show up marks, plus it made a nice addition to our tester’s kitchen. While the chair is slightly on the larger side compared to some on this list, it does fold away neatly for easy storage. Babies and toddlers are easily distracted, and the sight of a tempting toy can throw the whole meal off. Folding high chairs – with some high chairs, you have to remove the tray before you fold it. This can become annoying if you have to do it several times a day, although some have handy spots on the frame where you can store the tray when it's not in use. Weight: If you struggle to lift heavy things or want to move your highchair from room to room, it might be a good idea to get a lightweight chair or one with wheels.

As you’d expect, this highchair is water-resistant and made from luxe wipe-clean fabrics, to protect against inevitable spillages and accidents. You're going to be looking at this piece of baby kit for a few years, so make sure you love it! Think about where you're going to use it too, and how the design will work in that space. For example, a chair with wide legs will be fine if it sits behind the dining table, but if it's in a busy part of the kitchen, you're likely to stub your toes on it. And If you intend to use the highchair between meals for playtime activities like drawing or messy play, opt for one with a large tray or one that can be positioned at the dining table so that your baby has plenty of space to get creative. As the name suggests, this parent-favourite has six different modes, including three recline options (with cushioned newborn insert) that let you keep your young baby near you while in the kitchen. As they get older and you start weaning, the seat can be placed more upright with a tray table attached.verifyErrors }}{{ message }}{{ /verifyErrors }}{{ The seat then detaches and acts as a booster seat, either with or without the tray table; or, the seat can be removed completely, giving your child a seat in which to sit and play, or the option to sit up at the table. Our toddler tester loved the independence of sitting at a regular dining room chair on this booster seat with his brother, while we liked the fact this seat keeps him a little more secure. What’s more, as your child gets older, the tray table can be attached to the legs of the highchair and the seat lowered to provide a play table. The quality of the materials used in the product is evident, particularly on the seat cushioning with the luxe leather feel. The chair is also clearly well-engineered with all mechanisms smooth and intuitive - both signifiers of premium quality.

The Buffet’s five adjustable height positions will suit any table, and the highchair offers three calf-rest positions to support your baby as they grow. Cleaning: As mums, we know how messy our tots can be. So for many parents, it's important to find a high chair that's easy to clean. We've included the materials in our list so you can see how easy it will be to keep clean.If you love the look of Vital Baby’s iconic Nourish Scoop high chair, you’ll love this updated version that comes with a 360° swivelling seat. The ultra-functional Nourish Scoop is loved for being lightweight and compact, and this space-saving upgrade is no different. With an ergonomically curved and cushioned seat to keep baby upright and comfortable, a built-in footrest and an adjustable and detachable tray, the whole high chair is made from glossy, wipe-clean materials that protect it well from inevitable food stains (hello, tomato sauce). The neutral design means it will blend in well with most kitchen or dining room decor – our tester especially loved the wooden legs. We all know how much babies and toddlers can wriggle. That's why it's important to choose a highchair with a 5-point safety harness, to keep them safe and secure. What age is a baby ready to use a highchair? Getting the wiggles out before mealtimes can burn off some of your baby's energy. This way, they're less likely to want to move around once it's mealtime. Let them have some tummy time, get them crawling or jumping around before you sit them in their chair. In addition, we include a range of designs in our tests, from high chairs that can be completely folded down for easy storage, to those that grow with your baby for extra longevity, and travel options for times you’re visiting family or taking a holiday. Also highlighted at the end of each review are key details such as dimensions, weight, and age suitability.

Whether they're weaning at 6 months, doing arts and crafts, or simply enjoying their time at the table with everyone, this essential piece of equipment can come in very handy from a young age. They come in a range of materials, depending on your style and needs, including plastic and wooden. I’d recommend this to someone who is willing to invest in the Silver Cross brand for a practical product that will be the only highchair they’ll need.' We also loved how easy it was to fold and store away. It’s on the smaller side, however, so while it can hold babies up to 15kg, it might be a better option for dinkier tots.

Tray – our tests found that the bigger the tray, the better. Some trays include a sippy cup holder, while others come with removable tray inserts – making cleaning up much easier. A tray that's adjustable and detachable is a useful feature to look out for, as it will allow your baby plenty of extra space in the high chair as he or she grows.

This high chair has a foam seat pad and an adjustable dinner tray (with silicone insert). It uses a five-point harness and comes bundled with an extra set of shorter legs for toddler mode. When babies are kept in their highchairs longer than they want to be, they can develop a negative association with the chair and eating. How to clean a highchair Available in grey or pink, the Silver Cross Buffet Highchair looks luxurious, with a plush padded seat cover and simple, minimalist legs. It’s also practical, with rear rollers making it easy to move around and a one-second fold for minimal fuss. The seat and harness are also fully detachable which is incredibly handy as weaning is a messy affair and both elements get really grubby after every meal. I can easily detach them and clean them without much hassle. When shopping for a high chair, you want a model that's safe, easy to assemble and comfortable for your child. In our expert guide, we explain which key features to look out for, and reveal some of our top-scoring high chairs.You might also like to read our Mamas and Papas Juice review- we named it the best highchair overall. We've tested this model and it passed all our safety tests. It's possible to push over most high chairs, and manufacturers do say that children should not be left in a high chair unattended as it's unsafe. However, we know this is not always practical when you've got young children and you're trying to prepare dinner and get things done. This means I feel more confident with weaning her, as she’s sat in the correct upright position while eating. Yes, the Stokke commands a hefty price tag – particularly when you consider all the add-ons. But taking into account that this chair will serve for a good number of years, we think it’s worth the investment.

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