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i would like a wooden high chair - but which one?

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gg1981 Fri 20-Jul-07 19:29:08

im looking for a wooden/vegan high chair for my 7month old and need some help. i thought i found one i liked John Lewis west coast. but looking on the product review it didnt come out too well. any suggestions. looking to spend £50-£100

Tinker Fri 20-Jul-07 19:30:52

A vegan high chair?

MrsBadger Fri 20-Jul-07 19:31:53

there are non-vegan ones?

gg1981 Fri 20-Jul-07 19:32:59

some of the wooden one have leather straps, like stokke

ib Fri 20-Jul-07 19:35:03

I have a combelle transformable one and really like it.

the first one

MrsBadger Fri 20-Jul-07 19:37:08

oh right
you can buy the Tripp Trapp with webbing straps instead

tripptrapp-a-like?

FirenzeandZooey Fri 20-Jul-07 19:38:17

we have one called East Coast and it has no leather on it. We're pleased with it - I wonder if it is related / same as the west coast one you were looking at?

SittingBull Fri 20-Jul-07 19:40:14

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chipo Fri 20-Jul-07 19:41:23

We have a baby dan and it doesn't have any leather, we love it. really easy to clean.

satine Fri 20-Jul-07 19:41:46

The Tripp Trapp is a fabulous chair. It's nice to look at, hard wearing (I've accidentally left mine in the garden overnight in the rain on several occasions and it's fine) and really does grow with the child. I sit on ours quite regularly! Honestly, I can't think of another 'baby' purchase that is still such an every day part of our kitchen, even now my ds, for whom the chair was purchased, is now almost 5.

katyt1 Fri 20-Jul-07 19:45:35

i would say no to the svan too, ds hasn't tipped ours over altho come close sometimes.
it's not too easy to clean, the tray has suffered from where it's got wet during cleaning, it's v expensive ( i got mine off ebay for 130), and has lots of nooks and crannies where food gets stuck/hides.

i think a friend has an east coast and she is happy with it.

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