What we say:
This chair has a smooth gliding action and seven recline settings. The upholstery is plush with handy storage pockets, and a matching footstool is included. It’s not as roomy as some of the other chairs tested and the finish is a little less luxurious, but this is a good option if value for money is your priority.
Tested by Emily Nellist, from Newark, mum to Patrick, three weeks, and Noah, two. She said:
The toughest chair to put together – it took considerably longer than the others to assemble. Once it was up, I was impressed with its stylish, contemporary looks and it went well with our modern
decor. However, in comparison with some of the other chairs we tested, this is much less plush, and generally not as comfortable to sit in.
Tested by Claire Thornhill, from Cumbria, is mum to Ollie, three months, Luke, four, and Erin, six. She said:
I like the wood finish and that the stool is pre-assembled – thank goodness, because the chair assembly instructions were challenging! But it’s by far the narrowest, making it a squeeze for cuddling and rocking, and nearly impossible for breastfeeding. The only solution is to sit into a corner of the chair, but that’s impractical and uncomfortable.
Tested by Sara Neale, from Shropshire, is mum to Rupert, six months, and Ralph, 21 months. She said:
This is a nice-looking chair with thick, comfy cushions. The pockets are great for storing wipes in. It reclines well and is very comfy to sit or lie in, especially with the footstool. However, it’s a bit of squeeze to fit us both in during feeds, and you can tell from the finish that this is more of a budget buy.