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Fisher Price Healthy Care Highchair Booster Seat

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Brand: Fisher Price / Type: Booster Seats

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      01.05.2013 17:07
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      Great value for a multi-use portable high chair

      We bought this chair when my little girl was 6-months old and starting to eat solid food. She is now nearly three and we are still using it. In fact, we liked it so much we even bought a second one to keep at Grandma's house.

      We choose the chair originally because we have a small, space limited house and didn't want to have a lot of space taken up by a traditional high chair. This chair is excellent because it fits over a chair you already own and can be taken off and put back on very easily. It's also very light and convenient to take with you to restaurants or on holiday as it folds up and you can use the straps as a shoulder strap.

      After using it for nearly three years I can tell you it holds up very well to all the attention it gets from a lively toddler and is very easy to clean.

      The seat has adjustable legs which allow it to grow with your child. You can also use it on the floor without fixing on to an adult chair which made it useful for picnics and parties in the garden.

      The only negative point I found was that the removable top tray can be easily taken off by an angry toddler and thrown at a parent's unsuspecting head. However the easy solution to this is to remove it and just use the main tray instead.

      I also managed to nip my little girl's hand once when fixing the main tray on but that was no fault of the chair (it could happen with any high chair) and now we are careful to make sure both her arms are held up out of the way when fixing the tray in place.

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