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Product Review: No Tray High Chair

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information, Product Reviews | Posted on 24-08-2011

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High chairs come in a phenomenal range of shapes, sizes and with functions that blow my mind.  If you're after something simple and functional – in other words just a seat for your child to sit in at the table with you and eat – this is the chair for you.

Now if you're thinking that looks familiar it's because this chair is used by restaurants all over the country.  Go to your local Frankie & Benny's, Pizza Express or KFC to name but a few and your little one will probably be offered this chair.  With its simple wooden design and colourful balls for children to play with the chair also features a strap for between their legs and a lap belt to secure them into the seat.  Whilst the chair has no tray it fits neatly up against my dining room table, but can also be used if you feed your child from the comfort of your sofa.

For further details visit the No Tray High Chair website.

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