"My son loves his highchair!…"
Bought this for my son who has used from 4 months old. He loves it. It looks great and is very sturdy! It is heavy though so i wouldnt recommend it if you are tight on space or need to move it about, we have in in the same place so it is not a problem!Read moreLess
1 person found this review helpful.
"Don't buy this!…"
I really wish my husband hadn't talked me in to buying this! Iam currently trying to resolve the rocking issue with Cosatto. I now understand why the majority of highchairs have 2 legs and will be replacing this one with one that does have 2 so my little boy (who is only 10 months old) cannot rock it backwards and forwards like a swing! Such a shame as I really love other features such as the 360 spin, the ease of height adjustment and snack tray.Read moreLess
4 people found this review helpful.
"NO GOOD IF YOU HAVE A LIVELY CHILD!…"
DO NOT PURCHASE THIS HIGHCHAIR – if you have a vaguely lively child! My little boy could start rocking this backwards and forwards from about 7 months, lifting the side off the floor, and he discovered he could 'drive' it across the kitchen. By 9 months he could make his way forwards across the whole length of the kitchen and by a year he could move any direction he would choose – helping himself to fruit out the fruit bowl on one side of the room and turning the gas knobs on at the other! By a year old he could rock it so vigorously I was afraid he may be able to tip it up (although he never did so). I also thought that the stem felt quite wobbly so I decided to return the chair (the guarantee was supposed to be for four years). However, I needn't have bothered to go to the hassle of doing this. Cosatto Customer Services inspected the chair and said that the 'wobble' was part of the design (which I thought was rather odd) and they had cleaned the rubber foot pads, saying that the fact that they were dirty must have been why my child could move it across the floor!!! That is an absolute joke if you could see how he moved it – he literally lifted one side by chucking himself backwards and then moved with the momentum of hurling himself forwards again (or vice versa). Anyway, apart from that, the seat design is quite nice, although we weren't supplied with the correct amount of screws for fitting it. The huge base makes the whole chair rather cumbersome – e.g. in the summer, when the weather was nice, I couldn't fit it through the back door without dismantling it and it is a back-buster to carry anyway. Forget this chair, there are plenty of other cheaper, much more practical and safer ones on the market.Read moreLess
"I researched for ages to find the right highchair as…"
I researched for ages to find the right highchair as there are so many about and some are not cheap. I initially really liked the wooden ones as they are not so gawdy looking and fit into the house better. However, i found that most did not have tray or were not high enough for my dining room table. I also wanted a chair with a solid, sturdy bit that sits between babies legs that was attached to the chair rather than the tray and again the wooden ones fell down on this.
Eventually i settled on the 3 Sixti and am absolutely delighted with it!! It is really sturdy and solid and whilst itr is plastic it looks great and people always comment on it. The main thing i have noticed about this highchair is that it aids your baby to sit really upright and does not allow baby to slip forward under the tray as others i have used at friends and resturants do. This is because of the sturdy pole inbetween babies legs which gives really good positioning even from young age (i used from 4 months). My DS is also quite big for his age and there is still plenty of room so good as well.
It has really great practical features and it very easy to clean and no nooks or crannys for food to get stuck in.
My only gripe is that it is not easy to move around from room to room but i do do it quite often even whilst holding DS in other arm so not that difficult and the other brilliant features more than makes up for this. I have also noticed there is a newer version of the 3 sixti which now has caster wheels thus solving this problem. It is also not very storageable or portable but we do take it to friends and family so not huge problem and just store it under dining room table in the house.
I would highly recommend this!!Read moreLess
3 people found this review helpful.