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Best High chairs in the Netherlands - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best High chairs in 2021 for your budget and use cases

The right high chair can help you two more enjoy the fun of feeding hungry babies. But with so many functions, styles and materials to choose from, let alone budget considerations, choosing the right high chair seems overwhelming. Clean regularly. You should also consider whether you prefer a high chair designed primarily for home use or a multi-purpose model that can be carried with you. When your child grows from a baby to a toddler in school, you may prefer a suitable chair. Mid-priced high chairs are reasonably priced and can provide the best combination of valuable functions. To ensure that the high chair you buy meets your needs, please try these models in the store. To refine your search, please use our high chair buying guide to learn about the safety features and design factors important to you.

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9/9/2022

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Timba High Chair

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6 months - 10 years

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30 kgs

Safety braces and strap are removable for older children
3-point safety belt for good grip and optimum safety.
7.26 Kilograms
‎53.5 x 90 x 49.5 cm
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Roba

Sit-up High Chair

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6 months and above

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50 kgs

Removable safety bar and belt system for additional support
Easy assembly and adjustment
Ideal for day nurseries or households with several children.
Age range is not specified
6.5 Kilograms
‎54 x 50.5 x 80 cm;
Wood
Optional two-piece seat reducer

Hauck

Alpha High Chair

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6 months and above

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90 kgs

Ideal chair for your child to eat at the table with the rest of the family
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No accessories provided
7.2 Kilograms
48 x 58 x 79 cm
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Sweety Fox

High Chair

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6 months - 3 years

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15 kgs

Easy to adjust with various positions
Has a removable toy bow
Attached easy clean cushion
9.66 Kilograms
103 x 71 x 52 cm
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Lionelo

High Chair

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Up to 9 kgs

Three functions of cradle, feeding chair and playgrounds, all combined in 1
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7.5 kilograms
71 x 56 x 105 cm
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Pre-Perego

Follow me High Chair

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‎76 x 55 x 109 cm
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Follow me High Chair

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Timba High Chair


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Maitreyee Bapat

Maitreyee Bapat

Buyer’s Guide: High chairs in the Netherlands

The best of security and comfort for your kids!

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Features: Most important purchase criteria for High chairs:

Few yardsticks for a polished look!

3

FAQs: Learn more about details

Get your doubts solved with these!

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How To Tips and care instructions for High chairs:

Your step-by-step guide for easy use!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for High chairs:

High chairs are usually designed for children from infants to three years old, and the maximum weight is limited to about 50 pounds. Here are some essential factors to consider: 

High chairs are usually designed for children from infants to three years old, and the maximum weight is limited to about 50 pounds. Here are some essential factors to consider: 

1.1 Safety First:

The safety function is the primary consideration. Look for these main components: crotch; safety restraint system with a five-point safety belt; wheels (or chair without wheels) that lock in place; if it is a high folding chair, make sure you don’t pinch you when you close it Fingers.

The safety function is the primary consideration. Look for these main components: crotch; safety restraint system with a five-point safety belt; wheels (or chair without wheels) that lock in place; if it is a high folding chair, make sure you don’t pinch you when you close it Fingers.

1.2 Style and Design:

From traditional to modern, high chairs come in a variety of styles to enhance the decorative effect. Some are available: adjustable trays with dishwasher safety inserts for quick cleaning; multi-position reclining seats are helpful when feeding bottles and a chair height suitable for your growing baby is a bonus. (Height adjustment is equally convenient for parents; you can lower the high chair seat to match your chair, allowing you to sit while feeding your baby.) Others are efficient, such as when your child is ready to sit. When at the table, the high chair turns into a booster chair. If space is tight, consider folding or smaller chairs.

From traditional to modern, high chairs come in a variety of styles to enhance the decorative effect. Some are available: adjustable trays with dishwasher safety inserts for quick cleaning; multi-position reclining seats are helpful when feeding bottles and a chair height suitable for your growing baby is a bonus. (Height adjustment is equally convenient for parents; you can lower the high chair seat to match your chair, allowing you to sit while feeding your baby.) Others are efficient, such as when your child is ready to sit. When at the table, the high chair turns into a booster chair. If space is tight, consider folding or smaller chairs.

1.3 Assembly and Returns

Before you try, you may not know which high chair is best for your child. Keep the receipt or packing list. If you receive a high chair as a gift, please request a gift receipt. Some high chairs require assembly and may have parts beyond your expectations or are challenging to assemble. If it is not convenient for you, you may want to buy a fully assembled high chair.

Before you try, you may not know which high chair is best for your child. Keep the receipt or packing list. If you receive a high chair as a gift, please request a gift receipt. Some high chairs require assembly and may have parts beyond your expectations or are challenging to assemble. If it is not convenient for you, you may want to buy a fully assembled high chair.

1.4 Open and Close the Safety Harness

Make sure you can operate the seat belt clip effectively, but your child cannot. If you find it challenging to use, you may not want to use it every time your child sits in the seat, which is a mistake. Although the current safety standards established by ASTM International do not require five-point safety belts (waist and hip restraints with shoulder straps), certification requires three-point safety belts (waist and hip restraints). Some chairs have 5 to 3 point seat belts, but we don’t recommend this. Five-point safety belts are safer because they prevent children from standing or leaning on a high chair, and the chair may fall or tip over.

Make sure you can operate the seat belt clip effectively, but your child cannot. If you find it challenging to use, you may not want to use it every time your child sits in the seat, which is a mistake. Although the current safety standards established by ASTM International do not require five-point safety belts (waist and hip restraints with shoulder straps), certification requires three-point safety belts (waist and hip restraints). Some chairs have 5 to 3 point seat belts, but we don’t recommend this. Five-point safety belts are safer because they prevent children from standing or leaning on a high chair, and the chair may fall or tip over.

1.5 Adjustable Seat Height:

The adjustable seat height allows the high chair to be used at the table height, so your baby can eat with the family or at a height suitable for a sitting caregiver. Remember, it is not safe to adjust the size when your baby is sitting on the chair.

The adjustable seat height allows the high chair to be used at the table height, so your baby can eat with the family or at a height suitable for a sitting caregiver. Remember, it is not safe to adjust the size when your baby is sitting on the chair.

1.6 Assess the Seat Cover:

Look for durable upholstery. The seat cover should feel sturdy, not fragile. Make sure that the interior seams will not scratch your baby's legs. The seat cover should be easy to clean or machine washable. Too many stitches, decorative stitches or piping can increase the task of keeping the seat cushion clean. Rubber or foam seat cushions are easier to keep clean, and the stylish and modern appearance attracts many parents

Look for durable upholstery. The seat cover should feel sturdy, not fragile. Make sure that the interior seams will not scratch your baby's legs. The seat cover should be easy to clean or machine washable. Too many stitches, decorative stitches or piping can increase the task of keeping the seat cushion clean. Rubber or foam seat cushions are easier to keep clean, and the stylish and modern appearance attracts many parents

1.7 Check for Small Parts:

Before use, and regularly during the use of the chair, make sure that the cover or stopper covering the end of the metal tube has been firmly fixed and the label, sticker or label has been firmly attached. Check whether the bra is tight. Parts small enough for a child to swallow or inhale are a choking hazard.

Before use, and regularly during the use of the chair, make sure that the cover or stopper covering the end of the metal tube has been firmly fixed and the label, sticker or label has been firmly attached. Check whether the bra is tight. Parts small enough for a child to swallow or inhale are a choking hazard.

1.8 Give the Chair a Good Shake

Push competitors to see how they perform, or if this is how you move it into your home, pick it up. The chair should feel stable and sturdy, not wobbly. Find a high chair with a broad base to maintain stability.

Push competitors to see how they perform, or if this is how you move it into your home, pick it up. The chair should feel stable and sturdy, not wobbly. Find a high chair with a broad base to maintain stability.

1.9 Crotch Post:

To prevent babies from slipping and falling from under the tray or may be caught between the tray and the chair, models with a fully enclosed opening (usually formed by the seat bottom, sides and tray) must have a central crotch that meets ASTM safety standards Post (also known as passive crotch restraint). The crotch column is usually fixed to the bottom of the seat, but some designs fix it to the tray.

To prevent babies from slipping and falling from under the tray or may be caught between the tray and the chair, models with a fully enclosed opening (usually formed by the seat bottom, sides and tray) must have a central crotch that meets ASTM safety standards Post (also known as passive crotch restraint). The crotch column is usually fixed to the bottom of the seat, but some designs fix it to the tray.

1.10 Tray:

The food tray should be easy to load and unload, and your child cannot kick or push. Adjusting the position of the tray allows the tray to be close to or away from your child, which can make eating more comfortable. When changing the tray, take care to ensure that your baby's hands are not in the way not to pinch your little fingers. A new model uses magnets to secure the tray to the chair base without first alignment. Many high chairs have a dishwasher-cleanable tray insert that can be opened and closed for easy cleaning. The best tray inserts can make a big difference in ease of use and keeping the chair clean.

 

The food tray should be easy to load and unload, and your child cannot kick or push. Adjusting the position of the tray allows the tray to be close to or away from your child, which can make eating more comfortable. When changing the tray, take care to ensure that your baby's hands are not in the way not to pinch your little fingers. A new model uses magnets to secure the tray to the chair base without first alignment. Many high chairs have a dishwasher-cleanable tray insert that can be opened and closed for easy cleaning. The best tray inserts can make a big difference in ease of use and keeping the chair clean.

 

2. Use Cases: The best High chairs for you:

2.1 Is a traditional highchair a good choice? ---

This category ranges from entry-level to high-end models. The traditional high chair is mainly for family use, and its design purpose is not to fold up or transform into a child seat that can be carried around when travelling. The basic model is an excellent second highchair for your grandparents’ house.

Pros: Top-end models tend to have a sleeker, more upscale look. Some have higher-end fabric or styling and offer greater adjustability. There’s an endless selection of models, materials, and features.

Cons: High-end high chairs don’t necessarily deliver top quality; less-expensive models can be just as durable. Watch for protruding or widely spaced legs that can be a tripping hazard. Grooves in the moulded plastic of the tray or seat can trap food and dirt. You want double-action latches, which are more difficult for a child to undo.

This category ranges from entry-level to high-end models. The traditional high chair is mainly for family use, and its design purpose is not to fold up or transform into a child seat that can be carried around when travelling. The basic model is an excellent second highchair for your grandparents’ house.

Pros: Top-end models tend to have a sleeker, more upscale look. Some have higher-end fabric or styling and offer greater adjustability. There’s an endless selection of models, materials, and features.

Cons: High-end high chairs don’t necessarily deliver top quality; less-expensive models can be just as durable. Watch for protruding or widely spaced legs that can be a tripping hazard. Grooves in the moulded plastic of the tray or seat can trap food and dirt. You want double-action latches, which are more difficult for a child to undo.

2.2 Which highchair gives the best utility? ---

These high chairs have a base and a seat unit with a tray. When needed, the seat unit can be lifted directly off the chair frame (with or without the tray) and strapped to an adult dining chair to serve as a booster seat. As your child gets older, the booster tray can be removed, and the seat base moved closer so your child can dine at the table.

Pros: You can potentially seat two kids with one high chair by using the base for the older child and the high chair/booster for the younger ones.

Cons: Many modular chairs have a base that does not fold.

These high chairs have a base and a seat unit with a tray. When needed, the seat unit can be lifted directly off the chair frame (with or without the tray) and strapped to an adult dining chair to serve as a booster seat. As your child gets older, the booster tray can be removed, and the seat base moved closer so your child can dine at the table.

Pros: You can potentially seat two kids with one high chair by using the base for the older child and the high chair/booster for the younger ones.

Cons: Many modular chairs have a base that does not fold.

2.3 Which highchair is best for my growing kid? ---

A Grow With Me high chair is a chair, almost always constructed of wood, that converts to a toddler or youth chair (ages 3 to 5 years), with some models lasting into young adulthood (or up to 175 pounds or more). Not all wooden chairs do all three conversions, but this style is gaining popularity due to its design aesthetic and adaptability.

Pros: A chair that fits many developmental stages. The style, more like furniture than another piece of baby gear, appeals to many parents.

Cons: Seat height is adjusted with a hex key/Allen wrench, so you’ll need to keep that tool handy indefinitely. High chair conversion kits or “baby sets” can be awkward to use. Spacing can be tight with the seat platform in the designated position(s) for use with a baby set.

A Grow With Me high chair is a chair, almost always constructed of wood, that converts to a toddler or youth chair (ages 3 to 5 years), with some models lasting into young adulthood (or up to 175 pounds or more). Not all wooden chairs do all three conversions, but this style is gaining popularity due to its design aesthetic and adaptability.

Pros: A chair that fits many developmental stages. The style, more like furniture than another piece of baby gear, appeals to many parents.

Cons: Seat height is adjusted with a hex key/Allen wrench, so you’ll need to keep that tool handy indefinitely. High chair conversion kits or “baby sets” can be awkward to use. Spacing can be tight with the seat platform in the designated position(s) for use with a baby set.

3. FAQs: Learn more about details

3.1 Are high chairs bad for babies? ---

No, high chairs are not bad for the babies. Instead, they are pretty essential since your kid needs a place to sit and eat. Most people recommend waiting until the baby is 6 months old before using the high chair. This is a good starting point, but you want to make sure your baby is ready. After all, every child's growth rate is different.

No, high chairs are not bad for the babies. Instead, they are pretty essential since your kid needs a place to sit and eat. Most people recommend waiting until the baby is 6 months old before using the high chair. This is a good starting point, but you want to make sure your baby is ready. After all, every child's growth rate is different.

3.2 Are high chairs required in restaurants? ----

The simple answer is no; there is no legal requirement for restaurants to have high chairs. Therefore it’s best to call the restaurant in advance and ask if there is one available beforehand

The simple answer is no; there is no legal requirement for restaurants to have high chairs. Therefore it’s best to call the restaurant in advance and ask if there is one available beforehand

3.3 Are high chairs that attach to the table safe? ---

Hook-on chairs can’t safely be hooked onto just any table. The tabletop should be at least a half-inch thick. Anything much thinner could be too flimsy to support the chair and its occupant. (Glass-topped tables are out, too, the glass could shatter.)

Hook-on chairs can’t safely be hooked onto just any table. The tabletop should be at least a half-inch thick. Anything much thinner could be too flimsy to support the chair and its occupant. (Glass-topped tables are out, too, the glass could shatter.)

3.4 Can high chairs tip over? ---

Make sure that the high chair will not tip over easily. If the chair is folded, make sure to lock it every time you install it. Whenever your child sits in a chair, please use a seat belt, including a crotch belt.

Make sure that the high chair will not tip over easily. If the chair is folded, make sure to lock it every time you install it. Whenever your child sits in a chair, please use a seat belt, including a crotch belt.

3.5 What high chairs are the best? ----

We have shortlisted the 7 best high chairs for your kids. Head down to our product reviews section and make the best choice for your kid

We have shortlisted the 7 best high chairs for your kids. Head down to our product reviews section and make the best choice for your kid

3.6 Why should high chairs have a footrest? ----

The paediatrician pointed out that the footrest can allow young children to improve their motor skills, make them feel better and improve their concentration level. By providing your child with a comfortable sitting position, you can concentrate on learning to bite, chew and enjoy food!

The paediatrician pointed out that the footrest can allow young children to improve their motor skills, make them feel better and improve their concentration level. By providing your child with a comfortable sitting position, you can concentrate on learning to bite, chew and enjoy food!

4. How To Tips and care instructions for High chairs:

4.1 Do's and Don'ts While Using a High Chair for Your Baby

Here are some tips that you should follow while using a high chair for your baby.

  • Do’s

  1. When your baby is sitting, always keep the chair close to you. 

  2. Use the waist belt and hip belt to ensure that your baby sits safely in the chair. 

  3. Restrain your baby with a three-point or five-point seat belt. Before putting your baby in the high chair, lock the wheels of the high chair. 

  4. Make sure to use chairs only for meals. Don't let your baby sit on it all the time. 

  5. Before each use, check whether the chair has sharp edges and other parts that may be dangerous to the baby. 

  • Don’ts

  1. Never leave your baby alone. You never know what tricks your curious little guy can do. 

  2. Do not let your baby stand or climb on the high chair to prevent him from falling. 

  3. Achieve. Don't the high chair near the kitchen counter or table or anywhere you think your baby can do it. Your baby may use his legs to push the chair. 

  4. Do not support the baby with a feeding tray. Always use straps to secure it.

Here are some tips that you should follow while using a high chair for your baby.

  • Do’s

  1. When your baby is sitting, always keep the chair close to you. 

  2. Use the waist belt and hip belt to ensure that your baby sits safely in the chair. 

  3. Restrain your baby with a three-point or five-point seat belt. Before putting your baby in the high chair, lock the wheels of the high chair. 

  4. Make sure to use chairs only for meals. Don't let your baby sit on it all the time. 

  5. Before each use, check whether the chair has sharp edges and other parts that may be dangerous to the baby. 

  • Don’ts

  1. Never leave your baby alone. You never know what tricks your curious little guy can do. 

  2. Do not let your baby stand or climb on the high chair to prevent him from falling. 

  3. Achieve. Don't the high chair near the kitchen counter or table or anywhere you think your baby can do it. Your baby may use his legs to push the chair. 

  4. Do not support the baby with a feeding tray. Always use straps to secure it.

4.2 How to clean a high chair?

  1. Brush off the crumbs: To prevent food from grinding on the seat cushion and seat belt, remove all loose debris after each feeding. Collect them on napkins or tea towels, throw them away or brush them on the floor, and then quickly sweep or vacuum them.

  2. Wipe Down with a damp cloth: After removing all the ample, loose food, wipe the high chair with a wet cloth and only water. Clean all spaces where food may be trapped; doing so immediately after meals can prevent the food from drying out and turning into a stubborn, slimy mess. Be sure to clean all the following parts to avoid the accumulation of food particles:

  • Seat.

  • Cushion.

  • Behind the cushion (if it’s loose-fitting).

  • In the cushion crevices.

  • Underneath the tray.

  • Sides of the high chair.

  • The release button.

  1. Disinfection: It is essential to keep the tray or eating surface sanitized, as this is where your child’s food comes into contact. Disinfect the food and drink surface by doing one of the following: Spray white vinegar; let it sit for five minutes, then wipe it clean with a damp cloth. Spray with hydrogen peroxide; let it stand for five minutes, then wipe it clean with a wet cloth. Spray or wipe with a diluted bleach solution (2 teaspoons of bleach per gallon of water); air dry. Wipe clean with a disinfectant cloth widely available in retail stores.

  2. Wipe the seat: If you have a space-saving high chair, remove it once a week, and then wipe the chair underneath with a damp cloth. Surprisingly, there are so many food residues under the high chair.

  3. Clean the exterior, legs and bottom (weekly): Also, clean and disinfect the parts of the high chair that have been cleaned only in a week. Use the disinfection recommendations in step 3. If it is difficult to remove the adhering food, please use the scrubbing surface of a sponge or magic eraser to remove it.

  4. Remove and Wash Cushions and Straps (Monthly): Wash your baby dining chair once a month. Remove the airbag and seat belt. To verify this, check the label on the back of the child seat. In most cases, however, it is easy to put it in the washing machine. To use this method, air dry. Do not throw it into the dryer. If the accessory won't fit in the washing machine, clean the plastic pad and soak the tire in soapy water to remove any dirt. After cleaning, wipe the tires and rinse with warm water—dry air.

  5. Remove Crumbs from Crevices (Monthly): He also works monthly to remove baked goods from the corners of the highchair, as described in the car.

  6.   Eliminate Stuck on Food: Stubborn dry food stains can take some effort and one of the following methods: Spray half the water and half the vinegar solution until the bed is very damp. Leave it on for 5-10 minutes to soften the residue. Remove stubborn food stains and wipe the entire child seat with a wet cloth. Soaking the pieces in the dishwasher and soapy water will soften them and remove any food debris. If you don't have a sink or container large enough for a crib, use a bathtub. Spray the hose outward on the child seat.

  1. Brush off the crumbs: To prevent food from grinding on the seat cushion and seat belt, remove all loose debris after each feeding. Collect them on napkins or tea towels, throw them away or brush them on the floor, and then quickly sweep or vacuum them.

  2. Wipe Down with a damp cloth: After removing all the ample, loose food, wipe the high chair with a wet cloth and only water. Clean all spaces where food may be trapped; doing so immediately after meals can prevent the food from drying out and turning into a stubborn, slimy mess. Be sure to clean all the following parts to avoid the accumulation of food particles:

  • Seat.

  • Cushion.

  • Behind the cushion (if it’s loose-fitting).

  • In the cushion crevices.

  • Underneath the tray.

  • Sides of the high chair.

  • The release button.

  1. Disinfection: It is essential to keep the tray or eating surface sanitized, as this is where your child’s food comes into contact. Disinfect the food and drink surface by doing one of the following: Spray white vinegar; let it sit for five minutes, then wipe it clean with a damp cloth. Spray with hydrogen peroxide; let it stand for five minutes, then wipe it clean with a wet cloth. Spray or wipe with a diluted bleach solution (2 teaspoons of bleach per gallon of water); air dry. Wipe clean with a disinfectant cloth widely available in retail stores.

  2. Wipe the seat: If you have a space-saving high chair, remove it once a week, and then wipe the chair underneath with a damp cloth. Surprisingly, there are so many food residues under the high chair.

  3. Clean the exterior, legs and bottom (weekly): Also, clean and disinfect the parts of the high chair that have been cleaned only in a week. Use the disinfection recommendations in step 3. If it is difficult to remove the adhering food, please use the scrubbing surface of a sponge or magic eraser to remove it.

  4. Remove and Wash Cushions and Straps (Monthly): Wash your baby dining chair once a month. Remove the airbag and seat belt. To verify this, check the label on the back of the child seat. In most cases, however, it is easy to put it in the washing machine. To use this method, air dry. Do not throw it into the dryer. If the accessory won't fit in the washing machine, clean the plastic pad and soak the tire in soapy water to remove any dirt. After cleaning, wipe the tires and rinse with warm water—dry air.

  5. Remove Crumbs from Crevices (Monthly): He also works monthly to remove baked goods from the corners of the highchair, as described in the car.

  6.   Eliminate Stuck on Food: Stubborn dry food stains can take some effort and one of the following methods: Spray half the water and half the vinegar solution until the bed is very damp. Leave it on for 5-10 minutes to soften the residue. Remove stubborn food stains and wipe the entire child seat with a wet cloth. Soaking the pieces in the dishwasher and soapy water will soften them and remove any food debris. If you don't have a sink or container large enough for a crib, use a bathtub. Spray the hose outward on the child seat.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about High chairs:

5.1 There is debate about the origin of the cradle. The oldest is believed to have come from the Jacobs family in the late 19th century. But children's chairs before the 18th century show that carpenters adopted the design for younger users.

5.1 There is debate about the origin of the cradle. The oldest is believed to have come from the Jacobs family in the late 19th century. But children's chairs before the 18th century show that carpenters adopted the design for younger users.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best High chairs:

Having and raising a child is fun, but it comes at a price. The list of items your baby will need is endless, from clothes and diapers to baby equipment like strollers, cribs and high chairs. As a parent, to provide your child with the best, you must make difficult decisions about buying and whether your child needs it. The time will come when there will be no more of them. To be honest, most baby products have a short lifespan. I don't want to spend a lot of money on what I can get tomorrow because I need it until my son grows up. So think twice before buying. And most baby products aren't cheap. This is a review of the 7 best car seats for maximum use and safety!

Having and raising a child is fun, but it comes at a price. The list of items your baby will need is endless, from clothes and diapers to baby equipment like strollers, cribs and high chairs. As a parent, to provide your child with the best, you must make difficult decisions about buying and whether your child needs it. The time will come when there will be no more of them. To be honest, most baby products have a short lifespan. I don't want to spend a lot of money on what I can get tomorrow because I need it until my son grows up. So think twice before buying. And most baby products aren't cheap. This is a review of the 7 best car seats for maximum use and safety!

6.1 Safety 1st High Chair: Pick 1

  • Why?

    • Growing wooden chair for children approx. 6 months to about 10 years

    • A removable table, ideal for the baby to sit and eat with the family.

    • High chair with 3-point safety belt for good grip and optimum safety.

    • The seat and footrest of the high chair are adjustable, and adjusting screws on the feet to make the same unevenness.

    • Safety braces and straps are removable for older children (3-10 years)

  • Why?

    • Growing wooden chair for children approx. 6 months to about 10 years

    • A removable table, ideal for the baby to sit and eat with the family.

    • High chair with 3-point safety belt for good grip and optimum safety.

    • The seat and footrest of the high chair are adjustable, and adjusting screws on the feet to make the same unevenness.

    • Safety braces and straps are removable for older children (3-10 years)

6.2 Roba Sit-up High Chair: Pick 2

  • Why?

    • Stable high chair made of wood with high tipping safety thanks to unique construction; removable safety bar and belt system provide additional protection.

    • Flexible and growing stair seat; seat and footplate of the high chair can be adjusted in height and depth for an ergonomically correct seating adjustment and optimally adapted to your child’s specific growth phase.

    • Whether desk or dining table, the high baby chair is suitable for different table heights and flexibly adaptable, so as a high baby chair for small children who can sit without the help of strange aid, and also suitable for children and teenagers up to 50 kg

    • For the perfect fit in your child’s first months, an optional two-piece seat reducer is available in various colours and designs.

  • Why?

    • Stable high chair made of wood with high tipping safety thanks to unique construction; removable safety bar and belt system provide additional protection.

    • Flexible and growing stair seat; seat and footplate of the high chair can be adjusted in height and depth for an ergonomically correct seating adjustment and optimally adapted to your child’s specific growth phase.

    • Whether desk or dining table, the high baby chair is suitable for different table heights and flexibly adaptable, so as a high baby chair for small children who can sit without the help of strange aid, and also suitable for children and teenagers up to 50 kg

    • For the perfect fit in your child’s first months, an optional two-piece seat reducer is available in various colours and designs.

6.3 Hauck Alpha+: Pick 3

  • Why?

    • Thanks to the height and depth, the chair is suitable for children from 6 months, up to a weight of 90 kg.

    • The Alpha+ is made of high-quality beech wood from sustainable wood cultivation and is the ideal chair for your child to eat at the table with the rest of the family.

    • The Alpha+ high chair has a 5-point harness, a cross strap and a front bar.

    • Use the AlphaTray in combination with the Alpha+ high chair; then, you have a great high chair that can also be used separately from the dining table.

    • With the Alpha rocker, you can use the Alpha+ high chair from birth.

  • Why?

    • Thanks to the height and depth, the chair is suitable for children from 6 months, up to a weight of 90 kg.

    • The Alpha+ is made of high-quality beech wood from sustainable wood cultivation and is the ideal chair for your child to eat at the table with the rest of the family.

    • The Alpha+ high chair has a 5-point harness, a cross strap and a front bar.

    • Use the AlphaTray in combination with the Alpha+ high chair; then, you have a great high chair that can also be used separately from the dining table.

    • With the Alpha rocker, you can use the Alpha+ high chair from birth.

6.4 Sweety Fox: Pick 4

  • Why?

    • The Sweety Fox high chair baby, which grows with baby down to the toddler years, is straightforward to adjust with 5 positions for the adjustable backrest, 3 classes for the footrest and 7 different seat heights: your baby can eat in all comfort.

    • Our highchairs feature a removable, BPA-free plastic tray and a polyurethane cushion for quick, easy cleaning, and they can be folded up in a few seconds to save space when not in use|Make your life easier

    • All of our high chairs are EN 14988 certified with a plastic tray guaranteed BPA-free, their sturdy construction and strong materials ensure they are safe for babies and children up to 15 kg for food or a snack: Give them the quality they deserve

    • Once the baby is firmly secured in the seat with the harness, you can remove the tray table and place the centre at the family table: help the baby develop good eating habits.

  • Why?

    • The Sweety Fox high chair baby, which grows with baby down to the toddler years, is straightforward to adjust with 5 positions for the adjustable backrest, 3 classes for the footrest and 7 different seat heights: your baby can eat in all comfort.

    • Our highchairs feature a removable, BPA-free plastic tray and a polyurethane cushion for quick, easy cleaning, and they can be folded up in a few seconds to save space when not in use|Make your life easier

    • All of our high chairs are EN 14988 certified with a plastic tray guaranteed BPA-free, their sturdy construction and strong materials ensure they are safe for babies and children up to 15 kg for food or a snack: Give them the quality they deserve

    • Once the baby is firmly secured in the seat with the harness, you can remove the tray table and place the centre at the family table: help the baby develop good eating habits.

6.5 Lionello High chair: Pick 5

  • Why?

    • The 3-in-1 Linn Plus combines three functions: cradle, feeding chair and playgrounds.

    • Fully adjustable - The car seat is adjustable: seat height, backrest position and tray.

    • 2 trays - The chair is equipped with 2 trays - a larger tray for meals, a smaller tray for securing the seat. They are dishwasher safe.

    • Easy care - Thanks to the skin padding, the chair is resistant to dirt, spills and chafing.

    • Easy Move driving system - The system makes it easy to move the seat freely. It is rubberized and does not leave scratches on the parquet or panels.

  • Why?

    • The 3-in-1 Linn Plus combines three functions: cradle, feeding chair and playgrounds.

    • Fully adjustable - The car seat is adjustable: seat height, backrest position and tray.

    • 2 trays - The chair is equipped with 2 trays - a larger tray for meals, a smaller tray for securing the seat. They are dishwasher safe.

    • Easy care - Thanks to the skin padding, the chair is resistant to dirt, spills and chafing.

    • Easy Move driving system - The system makes it easy to move the seat freely. It is rubberized and does not leave scratches on the parquet or panels.

6.6 Peg Perego High Chairs: Pick 6 and 7

  • Why?

    • Obviously, for the first time, a lot of attention has been paid to the design of this highchair and to introduce your baby to food to make family life easier. 

    • This chair is available from birth and has 7 different heights so that you can grow the chair with your child. It is lightweight and has wheels on its hind legs, making it easy to move around the house. 

    • There are also two trash cans—one for playtime and one for chaos. Two things get dirty depending on the cleaning speed. 

    • A high-quality highchair that feels durable. We love the unique, comfortable and luxurious seat covers and aluminium legs made from eco-friendly leather for a sense of luxury. But this tray is so complicated that we thought it would be almost impossible to make it with one hand. 

    • With 7 heights and 5 backrest positions, it can be used and lowered from an early age so your child can sit comfortably on the table. 

    • Sometimes we notice that different poses fluctuate a little, and it seems to us that we rearranged the child several times to rocked back.


  • Why?

    • Obviously, for the first time, a lot of attention has been paid to the design of this highchair and to introduce your baby to food to make family life easier. 

    • This chair is available from birth and has 7 different heights so that you can grow the chair with your child. It is lightweight and has wheels on its hind legs, making it easy to move around the house. 

    • There are also two trash cans—one for playtime and one for chaos. Two things get dirty depending on the cleaning speed. 

    • A high-quality highchair that feels durable. We love the unique, comfortable and luxurious seat covers and aluminium legs made from eco-friendly leather for a sense of luxury. But this tray is so complicated that we thought it would be almost impossible to make it with one hand. 

    • With 7 heights and 5 backrest positions, it can be used and lowered from an early age so your child can sit comfortably on the table. 

    • Sometimes we notice that different poses fluctuate a little, and it seems to us that we rearranged the child several times to rocked back.