High chair recommendations

(8 Posts)
sparklesandglitter Thu 27-Dec-12 18:46:03

I am after advice for which high chair to buy, I want removable tray, removable snack tray, recline, and height adjustable. My budget is around £100 so I am looking for something to last! I was considering the chicco polly magic or the mamas and papas zest, any good
TIA!

CatsRule Fri 28-Dec-12 09:33:59

I wanted all of what you said but after much consideration ended up with an ikea one and I am so glad as right now ds won't use it without climbing...even when strapped in!

It is also easy to clean. I have heard a lot of people saying some highchairs are difficult to clean because of all the nooks and crannies whereas this one is very basic.

I also thought about a reclining chair being good but realistically I wouldn't have left him to sleep in it anyway and nor would he have slept anyway.

In an ideal world the all singing all dancing ones are great but I now see it woulf have been the wrong choice for me.

MsFlippingHeck Fri 28-Dec-12 15:09:19

I've got the Chico polly magic. I use it for ds's naps in the kitchen but it's a NIGHTMARE to keep clean so he eats in the Ikea one which is perfect.

Fairylea Fri 28-Dec-12 15:11:06

I've got a "wean me" chair from kiddicare which is fantastic .. it's 49.99.

It reclines and goes up and down and is very very easy to clean.

Perfect for us.

newtonupontheheath Fri 28-Dec-12 15:15:13

Try the ikea one first and if you still want all the other things mentioned, spend £85 on a second one.

It's unlikely that you will, the ease of cleaning trumps anything else on most people's my list smile

GlaikitFizzogTheChristmasElf Fri 28-Dec-12 15:20:07

Antilop, seriously! It is all you need.

Can I ask why you need a recline and height adjustable? Sometimes having a think puts things in perspective.

Fairylea Fri 28-Dec-12 15:23:42

For us we wanted a recline as ds got too big for his bouncy chair so we could make the high chair like a sort of bigger relaxing chair and we brought it into the living room from time to time.

sparklesandglitter Tue 01-Jan-13 09:48:07

I have ended up getting a fisher price easy clean, so far so good! DD loves being at our level thanks for all the advice I think I was right not to get the polly magic (and save £80 in the process!) thanks for the helpsmile

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