Baby Polar Gear On The Go Booster Seat Reviews
Product Type: Baby Polar Gear kids equipment
Description:Brand: Baby Polar Gear / Type: Booster Seats
Newest Review: ... houses to sue it there too as its easy to put on chairs and remove and its easy to carry around too. The seat has a padded ... more
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Customer Baby Polar Gear On The Go Booster Seat Reviews (6)
by - written on 07/02/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Having a toddler is heavy work, especially when you go anywhere or dont have too much storage space. With buggies, bouncers, toys and children running around the less clutter sitting around the better. When my son turned one i decided to sell his highchair and go for something a little less cumbersome and that may even save some space. I went to a national chain of shops and found the baby polar go booster seat for a bargain of £19.99. Now i am aware that its purpose is mainly for ravelling, but i thought id test it out on the dining room chairs first and see how my son adapted. He adapted so well that i starting using it as his full time high ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
We bought this booster seat for our son last year prior to a couple of family holidays. At the time he was 18 months old and was well used to his high chair at home and if we went out to restaurants he would cope with their highchairs. However as we were going to be stay on one occasion with relatives he would need something to help him sit at the dining table as they didn't have a highchair and the highchair was far to big to take on holiday. What is it? ********* This booster seat is designed quite cleverly I think it has a padded cushion seat with a fold down wipe clean nylon inside that pulls up to reveal the seat and a back to the booster seat. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Hello my name is Freddy and Mummy said she'd help me write this and let me tell you all about my new big boy seat. I used to use a wooden two in one highchair, but now I'm one Mummy thought it was better to change that to a table and chair and buy me a booster seat so I can sit at the table with Mummy and Daddy to eat my dinner. My new seat is really smart, it looks like a bag, but when you open it up it becomes a booster seat. All Mummy has to do is fasten some straps under the seat and another at the back and then she can strap me in ready for dinner. I really love my new seat, it's just the right height for me to sit at the table, the straps keep me safe and we can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
We were lucky enough to receive this booster seat from my husband's parents for our son when he began feeding himself. This was predominantly so we were able to feed him when we visited them without the need for a highchair but the benefit is that we now have a portable seat for him if we are likely to be anywhere without a highchair. The chair retails at around £18.99 online (Amazon) which is a good price and a lot cheaper than some other alternatives available. The seat comes folded up into a case-like form. This is how it can be re-folded after use and transported too - convenient, light and compact (it easily fits in the shopping basket under our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
We bought this handy baby booster seat about a year ago for my little girl when she grew out of the highchair but needed a booster seat to be able to sit up at our dining room table on. IAnother mummy friend of mine brought this out with her once when we went to lunch and she said she really liked it and in my opinion there's nothing like a recommendation from another mummy to put your mind at ease so we decided to purchase one too. If I remember rightly we bought ours from Mothercare and it was a good investment. We really liked it because it actually works really well as a travel booster seat so we were able to take it with us when we went to Grandparents ... Read the complete review
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