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Hauck Alpha Wooden Highchair

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Brand: Hauck / Type: High Chairs

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      05.03.2014 14:43

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      Great investment to use for years

      We already had a stoke tripp trap high chair and was very pleased with the design type (wooden and grows with your child) but didn't want to spend as much second time around. Having searched the available options, this appeared to be the closest design for a reasonable price. We have since gone on to buy a second Alpha Hauck as we have been very pleased with it. It is easy to assemble and well made. It is sturdy and doesn't make me nervous each time my children push against the table. I was always slightly concerned with the Stokke that it would tip backwards. The Alpha feels much more stable. My kids love being able to sit up at the table with the rest of the family without a tray in the way and like that they can get on and off using the step / foot rest all by themselves. The design is simple and therefore easy to wipe clean. My criticisms would be 1) the colours: I wanted a red chair (unisex) but couldn't purchase one anywhere despite seeing numerous adverts of them. I know they were once available as my friend has one. I now have both the blue and pink versions and the shades of both of these colours (pink in particular) are not great. 2) size: The chairs are more bulky than the stoke which is fine but needs to be considered whether it will slide easily under your table. In summary, a great chair which grows with your child.

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