Chicco Polly Highchair Seventy Reviews
Product Type: Chicco kids equipment
Newest Review: ... to clean. I trusted the brand, therefore decided on the highchair to match. We actually won ours from eBay, but I believe ... more
Customer Chicco Polly Highchair Seventy Reviews (21)
by - written on 12/11/07, updated on 12/11/07 (Very useful, 1437 readings)
A highchair is an essential purchase for a baby but, unlike a cot or pushchair, one that should not be made in advance. The simple fact is, babies don’t read the manuals. They grow and want to wean at different times and so there’s no chance of saying “my baby will be 6 months old, weigh 10kg and be 62cm tall when I need a highchair”. Also, some babies are sitting at 4 months, others don’t seem to bother until much later. All this adds up to great uncertainty until you reach the stage where you actually need a highchair. If, like us, you have a baby who needs to wean early, is not quite sitting unaided and is rather on the small side you can throw all thoughts of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Since my son started on solids about 4 months ago, we had always fed him while he was sitting in his Bouncy chair which had been going fine as he would just sit back relaxed while we spoon fed each mouthful to him. But now that he is getting older he would rock back and forth and try bouncing up and down in the chair while we tried to feed him! The Bouncy chair wasn't keeping him strapped in properly and he certainly wasn't keeping still so that we could feed him and that is when we knew it was time to buy a Highchair. I was tempted to buy quite a basic and cheap Highchair from Argos for around £25 as I thought "A highchair is a highchair, they all suit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/10 (Very useful, 157 readings)
When we began weaning our little girl we started off with her sat in her 'bouncy' chair, as she got a little bigger we started to feed her sat in her bumbo. However as she got even bigger she was able to get out of her bumbo on her own and so mealtimes got messy.... well messier! We decided it was time to buy a highchair! The choice of highchairs in todays market is overwhelming to say the least! Ranging from around £15 at the bottom end of the market all the way upto £300 (maybe more... but I am not rich enough to research the higher end in too much depth! lol!). The Chicco Polly Highchair is priced at around £100. I would say it is middle of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
When my daughter was three months I started to think about getting her first high chair. I settled on this Chicco Polly Highchair Seventy because I loved the funky colours and also it seemed very functional. It cost me 150 euro in Smyths toy store about two years ago and at the moment seems to be selling for about £90 on Amazon. The highchair itself is adjustable in height which I found easy to use if I was standing or sitting down and feeding my daughter. The seat can also be reclined back into several different positions which was really handy for me because my daughter had a habit of falling asleep right after being fed and this meant that I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
I bought the Chicco Polly when my Daugher was just 4 months old. Although she had only just started to eat solids I wanted somewhere for her to sit when I fed her. Most highchairs state they are for use from 6 months when a baby can sit unaided but the Chicco Polly has an adjustable back rest which lies almost flat so this seemed like a perfect solution. I bought mine in a rare pink colour brand new from a retailer on ebay for £70 which was £20 cheaper than anywhere else I'd seen it. From the moment it arrived I loved it!! This high chair is gorgeous. It is quite large & doesn't fold down very small so beware if you don't have much room in ... Read the complete review
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