Chicco Happy Snack Highchair Reviews
Product Type: Chicco kids equipment
Description:Brand: Chicco / 5-point safety harness / 4-position, removable tray / Deep padded seat / Large net basket for storage / ... more
Newest Review: ... that excellent feature. There is 5 point harness as well to assure the safety of your baby. The chair is very easy to put up ... more
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Customer Chicco Happy Snack Highchair Reviews (8)
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
We purchased a Chicco Happysnack high chair for my older daughter nearly 4 years ago. She started using it from when she was about 6 months old and still very occassionally sits in it to play play dough but as she is coming up to 4 years old she no longer uses it at meal times and sits like a big girl with us at the table. The seat we have has the pink, white and brown coloured seat cover with retro circles on it. We have a 4 month old baby daughter now too and she will be using the seat as soon as she is old enough. The best thing about this seat is that the tray, seat cover and harness are all removable which makes it very quick and easy to clean. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/09, updated on 10/07/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
We brought this highchair for our son when he started weaning and i must say we think it's great, weve used it for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day when were at home and our son has never resisted going in it. It's reclining seat is great for when they are small and the tray you can position to how close or how far you want it from the baby. It has a useful net storage basket under the seat, we used it for toys when our son was a baby to keep him amused, now it just holds bibs and wipes. I know there are better chairs on the market that you can move up or down but unless you want to sit on the sofa or a low chair i'm not sure why ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I bought this highchair in Mothercare when it was on offer from £59.99 down to £39.99. Since I bought it, I have seen it on offer several times so worth hanging on till it goes into a promo if you can. It is currently £10 off on Mothercare website. There were 3 main reasons I chose this highchair. 1. It folds up easily and to quite a compact size. It stands securely (free-standing) when folded and is light enough to carry around kitchen. 2. So many of the chairs I saw were in really gaudy colours. This one is just a nice blue with a discreet "scribble" pattern over it. (Cupcakes, Forks "Feed Me") . I have not seen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
This was the high chair I bought for my child after weighing up the pros and cons of all the chairs. I used it from first solids at 5 ½ months through until 21 months when we moved him into a booster seat at our table. Would I buy it again - yes! Overall , assembly is quite easy. We bought our chair from Mothercare for around the £50 mark. Some people will be turned off by the colour of the chair (blue) but we had a boy so it was ok. Things to consider Size of chair - It's quite a bulky chair so is probably best if you have got a bit of room to spare. We never bothered folding it up and left it out permanently, but it doesn't fold flat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Useful, 15 readings)
I bought this for my son when I started weaning him. It is a fairly basic model but with useful features such as a tray that can be removed for cleaning and a 'between the legs' bar to stop a smaller baby sliding through the hole! I've unclipped the basket and just have it as a pouch on the back leg for bibs as I found it just collected crumbs otherwise. I've used it about 3 times a day for the last 8 months, as well as using the tray sometimes I just pull it under our kitchen table and he eats it that. It is definitely showing the wear and tear now. The straps are a bit stained as they're difficult to clean properly and the seat pad has ... Read the complete review
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