The Summer Infant Pop N' Sit is light weight and compact, perfect for traveling and outdoor family activities.
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Pro Can be setup and folded in 3 seconds
You can fold and unfold it in less than 3 seconds. To unfold, just pull the arms apart and the chair's legs will pop open. To fold, pull the inch-wide strap at the back of the chair which pulls the legs back together.
Pro Can double as a chair when your child grows bigger
If you take the tray off and have your toddler sit on the fabric where their legs are meant to be inserted, it can double as an ordinary lawn or outdoor chair.
Pro Sturdy legs mean no risk of tipping
The legs, which open and measure at 28" x 28", are very sturdy. Since the legs are far apart, you do not need to be worried about your child tipping over.
Pro Easy to clean
You can clean the Pop N Sit by wiping it with a wet cloth. Or you can take off the fabric from its aluminum frame and pop it in the machine for a more thorough clean.
Pro Has a storage pocket at the back
This high chair has a little pocket at the back perfect for essentials like wet wipes, hand sanitizers, etc.
Pro Comes fully assembled
You can use this product straight out of the box. Just snap the legs open, put your child in, slide the tray in, and voilà - feeding time. No need to attach separate parts since this high chair is simply a frame with fabric slipped in the metal arms and legs.
Pro Has an affordable price without compromising the quality
The Summer Infant is very budget-friendly yet is very durable (when used by children under 40lbs). With proper use and care, this high chair will last you for years.
Pro Carrying case makes it easy to transport
You can carry the high chair on your shoulder like how you would carry a golf club bag, you just need to fold it and put it in its carrying case.
Pro Soft material makes it comfortable for babies
Since this high chair is made of soft canvas and not hard plastics like most chairs, your baby will be comfortable sitting even for extended periods of time.
Con Leg holes are too small
The leg holes are too small (about 5 inches in diameter) and bigger babies with bigger legs cannot fit in them. What some parents did was turn the holes bigger by carefully cutting the fabric, still following the circle of the leg holes.
Con Not very durable
Since its legs are only made with thin aluminum, you have to be careful not to exceed the weight capacity (up to 40 lbs) because there is a risk that it might break or snap. Make sure that only children within or below this weight use the seat.