This chair is blue with white stars on it, which is the first thing I did not like about it. The one design they put on the market could have been a bit more accommodating to various colour tastes. The chair is adjustable to different height levels, but it not easy to do. You can adjust the position of the seat as well, but when do you actually need this facility. The harness catches your skin when you close the connectors, and the harness is removable to my child even on its smallest setting. The material that the chair is made of stains easily and is hard too clean with all its seams and hidden bits. The chair folds up for storage but the stand platform part is so bulky it is clearly in sight anywhere. It is hard to move (drag across a floor) due to the design of the stand. And it is quite heavy. The one good point of this product is the tray which is large and detachable, with ease. At £59.99 it is reasonable cheaper than similar models, but it lacks the ease and feature of the others.
This is Mothercare's version of the Dolce Vita highchair but without the expense. It is blue with white stars on it and is extremely versatile. The chair can be adjusted to four different heights and also has three different seat positions to choose from. You can lay the seat quite far back for younger babies, in a middle ground for older babies and straight up for toddlers. It has a large feeding tray, which can be used attached to the chair for feeding in your front room for example or can be removed for easier feeding at the dinner table. This large feeding tray is great if you have a few highchair toys because there is plenty of room to have them on it while you have the feeding bowl, bottle etc there also. Just be careful that your child isn't too distracted from eating by the other activities that are there as it can get quite frustrating. It comes with a couple of matching accessories also. A splash mat which is ideal for a baby who can feed themselves because it stops any thrown food landing on your carpets/floor covering. This costs £6.99 and is worth while if it saves you from cleaning your carpet after every feed. The other item is a booster insert, which helps smaller babies sit more comfortably. This costs £9.99 and I recommend this because it really helps my child stay upright in this chair, as it is quite wide. The chair is really easy to use and height or seat adjustments can be made by easy manoeuvres. To adjust the height all you need to do is pull up two levers situated at either side of the seat at the same time. Once this has been done you can move the chair up or down quickly and with ease. To adjust the back of the seat all you do is pull up a handle and the seat will move between the three angles very easily. At £59.99 it is great value for money, especially when other, similar highchairs on the market are priced at around £100.00.