Mothercare Pine Cube Highchair Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare kids equipment
Description:Brand: Mothercare / Nursing Aids: Highchairs
Newest Review: ... you wish to fit one yourself. Assembly When it came to assembling the Mothercare Pine Cube Highchair and I saw that it was ... more
Customer Mothercare Pine Cube Highchair Reviews (9)
by - written on 15/03/12 (Very useful, 124 readings)
When Freddy's Nana offered to buy him a high chair, I instantly knew which one we wanted as it was one that I had used previously with his now adult siblings. The high chair in question is the Mothercare convertible highchair, otherwise known as the cube highchair or three in one highchair, has now seen eighteen months solid use and is still being used today. No matter what name it is known by this versatile highchair is an essential piece of nursery equipment and one that I most definitely would not be without. While some highchairs cost the earth and have fancy functions such as lie back options, this highchair is basic but has the huge bonus of converting to a table .. Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
From a couple of weeks old Jayden has had very good head control so much so that all the doctors would comment on it and he has been able to hold his own head up for a while now, because of his excellent head control we decided it was time to buy him a highchair, he has always loved sitting at the dining table while we eat our tea, however he would have to be on the floor in his bouncer, so we thought that a highchair would mean that he could sit at the table with us during meal times. I had a gift voucher that I received from work when I went on maternity leave for Mothercare so I decided to have a look there for a suitable highchair, I spotted the Mothercare Pine Cube . Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/06 (Very useful, 326 readings)
When i was looking for a high chair for my daughter Aimee i wanted to get one that would convert to a seperate chair and table as all of you with children will know before you know it they have outgrown the thing you only bought them last week! I looked around my town centre and i only managed to find 2 of the kind that i was looking for! One of which was a winnie the pooh cube highchair and was nearly £20 more expensive than the mothercare one! So we decided to buy the mothercare one! HOW MUCH IS IT? I got mine from one of the stores so it cost me £44.99. But if you opt to buy it over the internet at mothercares website which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/02, updated on 09/06/02 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Mothercare’s Pine Cube Highchair is a very well made, solid and practical highchair made from solid Pine, costing £39.99p. Mothercare say it is suitable for baby’s aged from three months, and it is, if you use a harness utilising the already fitted attachments on the highchair, the harness can, of course, be supplied by Mothercare for an extra charge, which is at present £6.49p from their website (www.mothercare.co.uk). The height of the highchair seat is 56cm (nearly 2ft), which is perfect for an adult to feed the baby when sitting on a chair. We have owned this particular highchair for five and a half years, from when our first child was, funnily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/01, updated on 26/03/01 (Very useful, 150 readings)
After looking around for highchair I decided on the Mothercare Pine Cube Chair. It was very reasonabley priced at just £39.99, and looked classic, as it will last my child 2 or 3 years, I wanted something without cartoon characters or flowers. I also wasn't keen on the plastic ones, this is made of solid pine, it has a plastic tray. It comes in two parts, a table and a chair. The chair fits onto the table when turned sideways which gives you a highchair, then you can have the chair and tray alone, or remove the tray and seperate the chair and table and you have a little desk for your toddler. It has two "D" shaped catches on the chair ... Read the complete review
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