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Ivfmommy2b Thu 23-Jul-20 22:44:36

Hi All. I am on the he hunt for a good high chair! My baby is 7 months old, I previously brought the chicco polly magic high chair, sooks beautiful & comfortable, but the eating position is just awful, it does not sit upright all the way & the tray is way to high (my 1.5 ye old niece also ate in it & it’s the same for her). Any recommendations would be really appreciated. TIA

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Teacaketotty Thu 23-Jul-20 22:45:59

The IKEA one is supposed to me really good, cheap and easy to clean.

I have a mother care one so can’t really recommend it as you couldn’t buy it anyway, it’s a pain to clean!

Watto1 Thu 23-Jul-20 22:46:38

Ikea Antilop. No crevices for food to get stuck in, no silly hole meant for a cup that no cup actually fits in and cheap!

titnomatani Thu 23-Jul-20 22:53:34

We have the BabyBjorn highchair and we love it. The tray locks your baby in without any fiddly harnesses and it's a doddle to clean. Also takes up very little floor space.

StarsOnAMat Thu 23-Jul-20 23:00:58

Also have Ikea Antilop. Solid and easy to clean. The legs pop off in seconds so you can chuck the seat in the bath to hose down and the tray fits in the dishwasher.

MamaLion1319 Thu 23-Jul-20 23:28:10

Ikea antilope.
I am sorely regretting getting rid of it and buying DD a mothercare one. It was DS old one and at least 4/5 years old. So easy to clean and very sturdy.

Footlooseandfancy Thu 23-Jul-20 23:30:17

Another vote for the IKEA one. It's brilliant.

dobbyssoc Thu 23-Jul-20 23:31:50

Ikea again. You can also put the chair and tray in the dishwasher if you have one

JanewaysBun Thu 23-Jul-20 23:32:52

My kids both tip over and escape from the Antilophmm

ShinyShooney Thu 23-Jul-20 23:43:28

Antilop isn't recommend unless you get a footrest. Ergonomically it's not very good positioning or very comfortable to sit with dangling feet- think about bar stools. Babies spend quite a lot of time in the high chair- Ikea cheapie is fine for in restaurants or at grandma's but get a decent one for at home.

I like all 3 of the Stokke chairs, they last forever and can be adjusted to fit.

InvisibleToEveryone Thu 23-Jul-20 23:48:16

Asda do a highchair very similar to the antilop, but has a footrest and can made in to a low chair, price is pretty similar too.

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