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I was recommended this product from a friend as she said it was the best high chair she had bought for her son. I thought it looked great, quite old fashioned but looked really sturdy and loved the three in one idea.
I bought mine from Littlewoods which retail it at £85.00 very expensive, however if it was going to last i didn't mind paying that price. When the product arrived it was well boxed and looked very attractive. I was surprised a little at the wood though, as it had no varnish on it - which i thought was a bit odd.
Its not an easy product to build up, i think if there was two people i would have found it a little easier. Once made up it looked great. When using in the highchair position, it just balances on top of the table base which is sturdy. I i would have preferred some sort of locking device just for piece of mind.
It has a wipe clean seat and table, however one of its biggest let downs in my opinion is the wood is very hard to clean and there are large gaps between the edging of the wood and plastic seating. As everyone with babies and toddlers knows food seems to get everywhere and it does not take long before trying to get all the bits out.
I then found it started becomming loose and the table was getting wobbly. I tightened it with the keys provided but it just kept becoming loose again after a while.
Unfortunately the table is now in the bin, which means i can only use the chair as a little seat. The seat itself could of done with added shoulder straps for very little ones.
My little boy is now 20 months and loves his little chair to watch his programes in.
Overall i would not recommend this product as the build quality is poor and its difficult to keep clean.
My mum bought this 3 in 1 highchair for my eldest son when he was little, it was my idea because I thought it looked cute!
I think it was priced at around the £69.99 mark and it was purchased from Argos.
The thing I liked was that it turned into a chair and table ready for when my son was older. It seemed wise to get this option as I thought it was something that would last and would get a good use out of.
It had a padded plasic seat which was yellow in colour with a big Winne the Pooh head on the back of the seat. The table was wooden with white top.
To use as a high chair the table part needs to be up on one end and then the chair slots into this, the chair can be used alone with the tray or of course just as a chair and table without the tray being attached to the chair.
Upon getting it home and realising that it is indeed flat packed I had a bit of fun with the screws and the alan key! It took me ages to put it together.... but then again I am a natural blonde! It probably takes on average approx 30-45 mins to assemble, and once done it does look great.
The chair cover is a wipe clean plastic the straps are not.... thus meaning if you have a messy child like me, you will be taking these off and popping them in the washer now and again!
It was very sturdy and after my dad checked it over to make sure I hadn't built a death trap, I placed my son in the chair, (as a highchair) and gave him some snacks on the tray, he loved it and I thought he would be happy to have his food there and come out, ermmm nope! He loved it so much he would cry to go back in! Over the weeks, my son, who has never been the most calmest of children got a bit boisturous and decided he would wiggle his way around the living room in his highchair, sort of rocking it side to side to get to where he wanted... so dangerous. Within three maybe 4 weeks of him having this highchair, it was then used as a lowchair! To stop him rocking it. It didn't work he used to rock the chair then to move around the room, so it was then used as a chair and table, this seemed to satisfy him for a few weeks, until he got bored again and started the rocking again. Within about 3/4 months this chair was no good, he had rocked it so much the screws were getting loose and tightening them was no longer doing anything :(!
It wasn't the chairs fault I would like to add, but if you do have a child anything remotely like mine was then I wouldn't recommend this chair. The wood frame makes it more likely to not withstand a 'naughty' child lol!
After this chair I bought a cheapy highchair and that lasted him.
It has potential to be a great chair for a child who doesn't have to be on the go and destructive all the time. It would probably have lasted my second son brilliantly as he was always calm, but my eldest just never sat still. He was about 17 months old when he had this chair and although at first is was brilliant it just couldn't withstand my son!
Following my daughter's Winnie The Pooh theme, she had to have a Winnie The Pooh high chain and you can imagine my pleasure when I came across this in the Argos catalogue. It looked nice as well as having a traditional look. We were given it as a gift and I think at the time it cost £49.99.
The first great thing about this highchair is that it is a 3 in 1 highchair with a wipe clean tray. In this instance it means that it can be used in the following ways:
1) As the standard high chair which you see in the picture
2) It comes apart and becomes a table and chair
3) Just as a chair
This highchair came to us flat packed for home assembly and we left it flat packed until my daughter was ready to use it. It was fairly easy to put together with the use of the instructions. There were a couple of times the air turned blue when my husband couldn't get the screws to tighten up just enough but other than that it was pretty straightforward.
When it was assembled, we could see it was very sturdy and made from solid wood. My husband and I both gave it a good shake and nothing was budging this highchair so we were sure that she wouldn't be able to easily topple it over. It doesn't look at all breakable and in the whole time my daughter used it, it never broke and the wood never chipped.
My daughter finally started to use the high chair at 5 and half months as she was very able to sit upright alone and she had started eating Hipp Apple Puree. She loved sitting in the high chair and I remember how much she giggled and kicked her legs with excitement at using it. The highchair has a safety harness to strap your child into the high chair so that they cannot wriggle out and through the bottom.
The actual chair of the high chair with the Winnie The Pooh is made of a vinyl plastic material which is great for all the little spills you ultimately get when your child is first starting to eat solid foods. The tray is also easy to clean. But do be aware that if you do drop food onto the wood it will need to be cleaned off straight away as if you leave it, it makes it too hard to get back off again. I was forever cleaning the wood! There is nothing worse than a dirty looking highchair.
The design is unisex - it is a light green background with Winnie The Pooh in the middle with flowers and butterflies surrounding him. It is really nice.
This height chair does not adjust to height. It stays in the one position. I think there is a slightly updated version now which you can adjust the height with and also recline the seat though why you would want to recline a high chair I will never know as surely that is dangerous when a child is eating?
My daughter used this highchair from when she was 6 month to 2 years old mostly because she outgrew Winnie the Pooh. When she was about a year and a half we turned the high chair into the little table and chair set which she loved though it did give her the opportunity to walk off during meal times. The table is great when it is done as a table and chair set as my daughter would sit down and do some drawing etc at it. So this isn't just for meal times.
This highchair isn't particularly easy to store. You cannot fold it flat; once it is built it has to stay built which is a bit of an annoyance. Luckily we had somewhere to store it but it did take up a fair bit of room.
All in all it is a very good quality highchair and definately worth the money. My daughter was always safe and secure in it and I never worried about her falling out. The only downside is the storage part but I can overlook that for my daughter's safety and comfort.
i bought one of these high chairs for my first child unfortunatly it only lasted for my first child well not really, all the wipe clean padded area which the childs bach would rest on come undone showing all the padding underneath which when my child then touched could not be cleaned so that was the end of the chair for my daughter, im not saying the chair is a great idea and was brilliant for as long as it lasted but that amount of time is just not good enough, another thing is that i never used the chair as an actual high chair as i did not find it very stable and when my daughter used to lean over the side of the chair it did not seem safe at all so i used it as the lower level chair from day one which really defeats the object of a HIGH chair hope this helps
It was time to start weaning my daughter off bottles onto solid food. For this I needed a high chair. With it being a first time mother I had no idea what a high chair to pick as I honestly did not have a clue what I was really looking for.
I am one of those people that like different things than what everybody else picks. So for that reason and the fact that me and my daughter both likes Winnie The Pooh I chose this particular one, luckily for me I'm glad that I did as it came in very useful and done my daughter up to the age of 3.
This product is a 3 in 1 high chair. You can use is as a table and chair, the chair its self, or you can stack the chair on top on the table (using the instructions you will see the correct way to do this). When you look at the high chair in all fairness it doesn't look safe and at the time when it was sat built in front of me I had doubts wither this would be safe or not. After giving it a reasonable shake I knew that it was steady enough for my daughter to sit in without it falling over and her getting hurt. Rest assured that it is made from solid wood so it is not going to break easily.
My daughter used the high chair from when she was 6 months old up until she was 1 and a half, that is when she started to use the table and chair. I thought that this is a fantastic idea not only does it come in useful for meal times but also for when your child is drawing, painting, or doing jig-saws.
It comes with a tray that can be detached and is easily wipe able. The material that the high chair is made with is also easy to clean although if you do not clean the highchair at the time when it is dirty and you child gets food on the wood it is harder to clean off.
This particular high chair is not reclining and you cannot adjust the height. To be honest this did not bother me because I would not have any young child using a reclining chair while eating. In my opinion I just do not think it is safe. Good idea is your child falls asleep after a meal but let's face it that hardly ever happens.
When you buy the product it comes in a flat pack that is easily assembled. I managed to do it myself without anybody else's help so it only needs 1 person's assembly.
At the time when I bought this product I paid 49.99 but with the credit crunch this product has gone up to £59.99. At the time I bought this I thought that it was expensive enough but when I look back it done my child from 6 months to 3 years and also done my second daughter as well. Where as a normal cheaper high chair would have only lasted her from 6 months to a year.
So I think I bagged myself a bargain, and although the price has jumped up by £10 more I still think that it is worth the money and would not think twice about buying another one if I had another child.
Throughout the years the design of the product has stayed the same but the pictures of Winnie The Pooh has changed. It is a unisex high chair that both girls and boys can use. I don't think that it is a very attractive high chair but I do know that it is handy, safe, and doesn't take up any more room than your average high chair.
I would rate this product 10/10 and would highly recommend it to anybody who is thinking about starting to wean their child off bottles to food. I hope my review was of some use to you. Thank you for taking the time to read it.
I bought this high chair for my daughter when she was a baby (she is now almost 6)
I have just got it out of hibernation for my baby son who will need it very soon.
This high chair is recommended for baby's ages 6 months and over and or when the baby can support his or her own back by being able to sit unaided.
The seat is padded with a cute Winnie the Pooh design; it is wipeable with a three point safety harness.
There is also a removable tray which can be washed or wiped clean.
The great thing about this high chair is that it can be converted very easily into a little table and chair when required, which is ideal and was used for a few years by my daughter.
The top part of the high chair can be taken off and stood on the floor to make low level feeding very easy. (For example, you can sit on a sofa and feed your baby at your level.)
The chair is very well made with solid wood and as I have found very long lasting and easy to clean, as it is now going to be used for my son.
The high chair comes flat packed, however it is quite easy to put up with the easy to follow instructions.
I bought mine from Argos all those years ago, and it is still on sale in there now for £59.99, although this is quite expensive for a high chair, I believe it is well worth the little extra due to it converting afterwards.
This is a good value long lasting high chair that children will get so much out of.
This came flat packed from argos at £35 when I had my first child. It was so easy to assemble and the instructions were clear and easy to understand.
It is made out of wood with material safety straps a plastic detachable food tray and a plastc chair cover that is easy to clean you just wipe it over with a soapy cloth.
The chair fits into gaps that have been made in the table and is easy to just take in and out of. I used the chair on the floor most of the time rarther than a tall standing high chair. It was easy to move around and my son couldn't throw food all over my floor when he was at this level it would only fall on the splash mat.
When my son got a little older he was able to sit and eat his tea on the table. I detached the removable food tray and the chair fitted with the table so that it was close enough for him to be able to eat from it. He was about 2 and a half by this time. It turned out to be useful due to he loved to colour and draw so he was able to sit and do these activites at this table.
This lasted for 3 years and he finally grew out of the chair and I had to invest in something bigger for him. I would have still had this chair now if I hadnt have used the table to stand on and broke it.
It lasted a good amount of years and I couldnt find one for my daughter when I had her and a friend gave me one but I will definately be investing in one for my new baby.
The fact that the one that I bought was winnie the poo was brilliant because it was unisex colours and I wasnt sure what I was having. It is a good value chair that is practical in every way and I would advise anyone who isnt able to have a dining table to invest in one of these high chairs.
I bought this highchair for my daughter and i have to say that i think it is a very good highchair and i would definitely reccommend it to all parents. It comes in a flat pack which wasn't that heavy to carry and it is very easy and straight forward to put together. What i think is one of the best things about it is that it is more that just a highchair. While your child is a baby and toddler, placing the highchair as it is shown in the picture above provides great support when feeding your child. It is easy and lightweight to move so you can place it in any room in your house. When your child gets a bit older, then you can take the chair off the top and just use it as a chair around the house or combined with the base it can be used as a table and chair so when your child can eat by themselves then can sit at their own little desk and feed themselves. My daughter loved having her own little table and chair and felt very special. She got plenty of use out of it and i would definitely buy one again if i were to have more children. It is wipe clean and very practical and the best highchair that i have found.
My mum brought this for me for my daughter .
Ive got to say this is the best highchair and i wouldnt change it for anything .
It comes flat pack but its easy to assemble and it can be used as a highchair , lowchair or a table and chair .
Its very ideal when you child has just started weaning as you can use it as the low chair and then when the child gets older move on to the highchair and then finally onto the table and chair .
Not only can you use the table and chair for meal times but it comes in handy when your child starts to color as you dont need to by another .
Its very easy to clean and it doesnt take up much room and it was great value for money you can buy then from argos at £45.00 which isnt bad i think mothercare do there own range too.
The only thing i dislike about this is that its a pain to convert it to high and low as you have to make sure the legs slide into place and that it doesnt fold away but like i said before it doesnt take up much room anyway.
We were given this high chair as a gift during my first pregnancy. I would not
have chosen this chair myself but as we had it I couldn't justify buying another
one. I have used it for all three of my children but I have to say that I'm not
very keen on it and I wish it would have fallen apart long ago. The fact that it
turns into a chair and table has been no real use to me as I can only think of
maybe two occasions when I have used it like this. The chair is huge and
cannot be folded up for storage. To clean it you have to unscrew it and take it
all to pieces. You can only remove the plastic tray by undoing four screws and
obviously these have to be re-screwed when you replace the tray. By the time
my first child had finished with it there was a small split in the plastic seat. By
the time my second child had finished with it there were two bit splits in the
plastic seat and the strap that goes down between the legs was no longer
attached and could not be fixed. My third child is still using it now but once he
is done it will be going on the fire. When a child rocks back and forth it looks
like it will tip up and because the wood isn't treated in any way makes it look
cheap and it's difficult to keep clean. As the seat is in an upright position this
chair is no use for children who cannot support themselves. When the child is older because of the frame size this chair cannot be pulled up to the normal family dining table.
Have to admit im not a great fan of these highchairs whatsoever.
My girls were turning 6 months and at the age where they could sit but not very well, up until now i had fed them in bouncers but they were becoming unsafe as they were becoming more active. So i went out and bought 2 of these mainly for the reason that they could be used for a long while as they converted into table and chair and also the winnie the pooh design.
They come flat packed and the box is quite small so i left daddy to put them up for his girls. Needless to say he had to shout me to try and help. The insturctions werent clear and there were so many bolts of different sizes etc it was hard to tell where they went.
Anyhow we managed to get them both together and were really shocked to find neither of them were level, they had defiantely been fit together correctly and even got themchecked but as soon as baby sat in it would rock because the feet werent all touching the floor.
I didnt think they were padded enough and would only be able to be usedo nce baby can sit really well which is no good for a highchair as they need them from around 6 months old.
I wasnt keen on the harness, to me the whole highchair lookd flimsy and unsafe so i took them both back and was given a full refund.
I now have 2x graco highchairs which have so many more features than this ever did and my girls enjoy sitting in them!
I was given the Disney 3-in1 as a gift when my daughter was born. I was delighted with t as it looked great with its traditional wood legs and brighly coloured yellow seat. When I came ti use the 3-in-1 however my opinion changed somewhat
The 3-in-1 can be used as a highchair or a table and chairs and unfortunatley I would recommend neither
As a highchair the plastic tray is easy to wipe clean
Veristile, can be used as an activity table and chairs
It has only a 3 point harness rather than a 5 point and I felt when my daughter was younger it did nt provide enough support and therfore did not ise the highchair until she was nine months old.
As a highchair when my daughetr got bigger, I did not feel it was sturdy enough and she was able to rock it back and firth which resluted in me stopping use.
As a table and chairs it is very diificult to keepclean as food sticjs to the wood adn I oiften found myself scraping it rather than wiping it clean
Overall it looks great but isnt really up to the job
We had this for our son a while back. The highchair can be used as a highchair or as a table and chair. The only real problem with the high chair is that it can not be folded away like the rest of them can.
The highchair comes flat packed and in a massive box. Putting the high chair up is a nightmare and does takes ages to do.
The recommend age for this highchair is from 6 months old. The straps are not very sucure and I would be some rains if using this with a younger child.
We brought ours from Argos and this costs around £45. Which is a slight rip off. The highchair is a nightmare to clean and most dark food stains do not come off at tall.