With six height-adjustable settings and three backrest recline positions, this can also be used from birth as a bouncy seat, and later as a toddler dining chair. The food tray has a removable play tray, and there’s a storage basket beneath the seat. Compact and free-standing when folded, the wheels make it easy to move.
Tested by Tami Anderson, 33, mum to Edith, six months. She says:
I found this easy to assemble. The recline function is perfect for when Edith nods off after lunch. It’s got a large tray, which is great, as it means hardly anything ends up on the floor. It’s removable too, so cleaning up is easy. The seat liner means I don’t have to wedge Edith in with cushions. It’s hard to clean, because of the fabric creases, but I’ll overlook that as it’s so comfortable.
Tested by Sarah Smith, 36, mum to Ralph, 12 months. She says:
This is so simple to put together. Ralph’s a big baby, so the tray squashed him, but it’s removable, and the adjustable height settings made positioning the seat next to our table easy. Ralph seemed happy in this chair for a lot longer than usual because of the extra support from the footrest. The storage basket is handy for toys. The only problem is it’s fiddly to clean.
Tested by Baccara Gallacher, 22, mum to Indie, 21 months. She says:
This multi-purpose design is pure brilliance. It’s expensive, but well worth it. The height-adjustable bouncer chair mode would have been a life-saver after my c-section; I’d happily have paid extra to be spared from bending to pick up my baby! The highchair positions work really well at our table. It wipes clean easily and folds away compactly.