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Joie Mimzy Highchair Review

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RRP:
£80.00
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Mother&Baby Awards
  • 2016 Shortlisted Best Highchair
Shortlist 2016

Tested by mum Maria Xydhias-Mace for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

Sturdy, comfortable, light and easy to manoeuvre. Fits well under dining table and the tray attachment is really big with lots of room to put toys on while getting dinner ready! Easy to fold and store. Excellent value for money as is one of the more budget highchairs available but even though it is cheaper I am unable to fault the quality of the product.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

Comfy highchair in which baby can be seated to play while preparing dinner and then to stay seated to eat.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

The bulkiness of the highchair. Has a fairly large footprint when open so if it was slightly smaller it would be more suitable.

Tested by dad Simon Bristow for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow dad?

I have found a couple of frustrations, but on the whole, the positives far outweigh the negatives. The chair can very easily be raised and lowered so that our child can sit at our level when sitting up to the table, it folds away easily, can be cleaned quite easily, and it large enough to still be very comfortable for our two-year old.

How does this product make your life easier as a dad?

Of all the folding chains that I have used, this really is the easiest to open out, partly because it is lightweight, but also the subtle wheels on the front. Just the lightest pull with one foot, and the highchair opens out to that the children can be put in it. 

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

I find the fact that there is a centre column (presumable to stop the child slipping forwards out of the chair) protruding from the tray table to be particularly frustrating.  Although there are removable trays that can be taken off the tray table, at the end of the meal it needs removing, often has food on it, and is a pain for putting on to the kitchen side.

Tested by grandmother Ann Day for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow grandmother?

I thought this highchair was the bee’s knees. Cheap, cheerful and does everything it needs to do plus more. Some great ideas going on here design wise; removable snack tray, second tray top, collapsible, tray storage on rear, wheels for easy manoeuverability, wipe clean surfaces and everything seems to be adjustable (height, back of chair, foot rest). As an arthritic Granny I thought it was great, there wasn't a single function I couldn't use easily.

How does this product make your life easier as a grandmother?

My Granddaughter can be a little fussy at times. With padded seats and everything being adjustable, she didn't complain once as she could have the seat exactly how she wanted it.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

The tray was a little too high for my young Grandson, but nothing major.

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