Ikea Antilop High Chair Reviews
Product Type: Ikea Highchair
Description:Brand: Ikea / Type: Highchairs
Newest Review: ... think it looks quite stylish in the corner of the kitchen. The first bonus to this chair is that it is really great for ... more
Price Comparison for Ikea Antilop High Chair
by - written on 20/11/11, updated on 24/06/12 (Very useful, 146 readings)
As my daughter is now nearly 6 months we are starting to wean her onto solid foods, therefore needed a high chair. I did a lot of research online and found that the Ikea Antilop high chair was one of the most recommended. ~ Cost and Availability ~ This is an Ikea own brand so is only available new at Ikea. It costs £11 for the chair, £4 for the tray and £5.50 for the supporting cushion. So in total I only sent £20.50. This is so much cheaper than the high chairs I have seen in Mothercare etc, a lot of them nearing the £100 mark. As money is tight at the moment this was a great relief when I found this chair. There are a few second hand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/13 (Very useful, 76 readings)
When my daughter started sitting up and we were baby-led weaning her we decided to include her in our mealtimes properly by sitting her at the dinner table with us. We picked up the Ikea Antilop high chair from our local Ikea store for the bargain price of £12. The chair looks very basic but I decided it was the right one in the store as it looked easy to clean and light enough to move around the house if necessary, ie a 'no-faff product'. This may sound like an exaggeration but I had shopped around for high chairs for a while and couldn't find a simple easy-to-clean one; I either didn't like the tilt of the seats, or the fact that they were covered in cloth which would . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Weaning babies is a messy business! Buying baby equipment, such as highchairs is an expensive business - or so we thought... A highchair is an essential piece of furniture you have to buy at some point once you become a parent, and the big brands know it - and make such items ridiculously expensive because they know parents feel obliged to pay up, wanting to buy the best for their children. There are some highchairs on the market for a three figure sum, which is more than I'd pay on a dining chair for myself - and they are usually made of plastic (not even gold plated), cumbersome, difficult to clean and simply not worth it for the 18-24 months they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/12, updated on 11/08/13 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Like most parents, my time is precious and I'd much rather spend it playing with my kids than tidying up after them! It is certainly no coincidence that I switched from an all-singing, all-dancing luxurious padded highchair to this basic no-frills model from Ikea, once my youngest son was a year old. The original Chicco highchair was the bane of my life and a real chore to keep hygienically clean whereas this 'Antilop' highchair can be cleaned in seconds, no matter what my little one subjects it to. Having three children, I was already familiar with this basic style of highchair as it is a very popular choice with many restaurants and cafes. I had decided to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/12, updated on 08/05/12 (Very useful, 130 readings)
- Why We Bought - I knew before my baby was even born that I wanted an attractive wooden highchair after seeing a friend's, so when my parents asked what they could buy our son for his 1st Christmas I suggested a lovely highchair from John Lewis. My son was going to be six months at Christmas but by the time he was five months we realised we needed a highchair straight away as we had already started the weaning process. A few of our friends had recommended the Ikea Antilop Highchair as it is such a great price, is simple to use and easy to clean. I thought this would make a great second highchair as it is much more lightweight than our wooden one and therefore is ... Read the complete review
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