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hauck high chair and mamas and papas prima high chair?

(6 Posts)
gs Tue 04-Jan-05 15:22:36

does anyone have either of these and how have u found them? your thoughts would much appreicated

charlie01 Tue 04-Jan-05 15:41:08

I've got the mamas and papas one and I'll list the pros and cons as far as we've found

Pros: looks nice, easy to clean once mastered taking it apart, very comfortable, height adjustable and reclinable so good for when they're little, fold easily, 2 trays comes in handy, very sturdy

Cons: Food gets in the cracks and folds (lots of cleaning), tray very high (only just right at 12 months, cushion needed before), bolts/screws to remove straps before putting in washing machine, expensive.

Jbck Wed 05-Jan-05 15:50:04

Got the M&P Prima & wouldn't recommend it tbh. Good features don't outweigh the bad & we only used it till DD was a year & she just would not sit in it anymore & we got a mothercare booster. It's big, bulky & takes a lot of keeping clean. DD wasn't a particulalrly faddy or pukey child & I'd hate to have had it with one who was 'cos undoing all the screws to get the straps off & stuff really bugged me. Best bit is reclining is very easy & if DD fell asleep we just tipped her back without disturbing her & she was quite comfy for a good while.

mishi1977 Wed 05-Jan-05 15:59:15

hi dependoing on hauck one we had the winnie the pooh one that folds away and it was a nightmare. The back ripped on it and food got trapped everythwere making it disgusting, after about 3 mths i threw it out and bought a plain wooden one which is fab. I can clean it all with no problems at all and would recommend the wooden ones to anyone

gs Wed 05-Jan-05 23:12:15

thank you all for feedback this has been really helpful

gs Wed 05-Jan-05 23:12:15

thank you all for feedback this has been really helpful

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