An affordable, bring anywhere high chair made for families on-the-go.
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Pro Its light weight allows you to bring it anywhere
This high chair was made for outdoor family activities like camping. It is very light at 7.6 lbs and since it has a carrying shoulder bag similar to adult camping chair and its bag, you can bring it anywhere with ease.
Pro Easy to setup since its legs open wide in one pull
It unfolds with just one pulling motion and locks into place with metal locks at both legs. The snaps will not lock if the legs are not fully open, thus ensuring the safety of your child in this seat.
Pro No assembly needed
This high chair needs no assembly and has no detachable parts, so you do not need to carry other accessories for this high chair to function. It's a straight-out-the-box travel necessity for families who go on picnics and outdoor activities.
Pro Has a smaller footprint compared to its biggest competitor
Albeit just a few inches, this high chair has a smaller footprint (or the floor space it takes up when it is used), thus making it perfect for small spaces. Since its legs are not as spread apart as its competitor's, people walking about have less chances of tripping over them.
Pro Very easy to clean
Although you cannot remove the fabric from its frame, you can still wipe the vinyl fabric with a wet cloth or hose it down with soap and water. Just make sure you wipe the frame dry to avoid rust and air-dry it properly before storage.
Con Tray swoops down because of baby's weight
The tray which is made of the same fabric as the rest of the high chair has no support underneath it. You cannot put a plate on the tray without it sliding towards your baby. There is a hack, however. You can lift the steel frame of the arms a few inches up where they are hooked to the mainframe to ensure that the tray will not swoop as much as it does before adjusting.
Con Leg holes are tiny
Unlike most high chairs which have an open space under their tray, this model only has holes for you to put your baby's legs through. Parents with bigger babies find it difficult to do so because of the small leg holes.
Con Safety belt is fixed and has no removable straps
To get your baby secured, you would have to insert him under the straps since it has no removable buckle. Parents find this very difficult to do one-handedly since they would have to lift the strap up with their other hand and assist their child's legs through the small leg holes.