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These high chairs are the best! I asked my brother which one I should purchase for my first child and he pointed this one out to me. I thought it was way to expensive for "just a high chair that he'll use to eat at" but I took his word and got it anyway. This chair is honestly one of the best purchases I have made for my son. It is so convenient being able to roll him around wherever you want. The back adjust so you can lean it back when they don't have the next strength to hold their head up yet so we were using it way before he was even eating from the the high chair. Now that he's old enough we Buckle him in and roll him in front of the TV or into the kitchen while we cook and he just sits and watches at countertop level keeping him interested. It's super easy to clean, its padded for comfort, and its definitely worth the money. If you are on the fence about it I would say look no further. This is the one. It will be the only high chair you ever need and if you have 2 kids that have an age gap it comes with a separate booster seat you can use for 1 child while the other child sits in the high chair.

After reading the post below mine I have to think its not for everyone. I have a lot of room in my house so taking up space isnt much of an issue. I just roll it into a corner when not in use. It Isnt something you can fold up and put away so definitely something to consider. I dont have trouble rolling it from room to room keeping my baby with me but if you have limited walkway space, again that may be an issue.
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I've played with this extensively ultimately wound up getting something else.

It isn't a "six-in-one," it is just a glorified highchair / booster seat combo. It isn't terrible but the price is high and it is heavy (35 lbs) plus awkward to move due to the sweep-back legs.

I'm going to be "that guy" and suggest you do the popular thing and get the incredible Ikea ANTILOP highchair. It is $20, but that isn't the pitch, it is light weight (under 8 lb), easy to clean, easy to move, easy to disassemble, stable (four legs, not gimmicks), and has a removable tray to become a table seat. It is just a really good highchair that happens to be incredibly cheap too. There's a reason they're practically a meme.

PS - Don't buy the IKEA LANGUR. Not good.


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I've played with this extensively ultimately wound up getting something else.

It isn't a "six-in-one," it is just a glorified highchair / booster seat combo. It isn't terrible but the price is high and it is heavy (35 lbs) plus awkward to move due to the sweep-back legs.

I'm going to be "that guy" and suggest you do the popular thing and get the incredible Ikea ANTILOP highchair. It is $20, but that isn't the pitch, it is light weight (under 8 lb), easy to clean, easy to move, easy to disassemble, stable (four legs, not gimmicks), and has a removable tray to become a table seat. It is just a really good highchair that happens to be incredibly cheap too. There's a reason they're practically a meme.

PS - Don't buy the IKEA LANGUR. Not good.
Thanks. What other items would you recommend from Ikea for babies ?
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Thanks. What other items would you recommend from Ikea for babies ?
We got our crib from there, but the matress elsewhere. No particular regrets on that, it is one where it lowers, the side comes off and it turns into a toddler bed. We don't think too highly of IKEA's fabrics, so didn't get bedding there either.

Get safety accessories there like plug covers and furniture anchors for example, they're cheap and work just as well as the big brands (actually I think the IKEA ones are higher quality than some of the more expensive ones we have).

Their baby bathtub is pretty nice (just plastic, but cheap, easy to keep clean. It fit in our sink. If you don't think it is comfortable use a small washcloth to line it.

We got (get?) all of our kid plates/bowls/etc from there. Kid's cutlery. The plastic bibs ("KLADDIG" not "MATVRÅ") are amazing and last several years, but buy a half dozen minimal, they machine wash but air dry and we use two a day per kid.

There's the "ANTILOP Support pillow" which is annoying to blow up but helps babies that can keep their head up sit in the ANTILOP highchair upright. I'd skip the "ANTILOP Cover" though, the plastic is crazy easy to clean and the cover ironically makes it harder.

PS - Pro-tip: Changing tables are trash. They literally last only until the baby can roll which is measured in months. Change on the floor, it is safer and ultimately more convenient. Just get a flat rollable plastic changing pad, you can wipe clean, the raised edges on fancy ones do nothing to keep the kid positioned or keep pee off the floor e.g. "J.L. Childress Full Body Changing Pad" ($10). Also put the clean diaper under the kid before you take off the dirty, there should always be a diaper (clean or dirty) between the kid and the carpet regardless of changing solution. If the kid pees mid-change just swing up the clean diaper to catch it.
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We got our crib from there, but the matress elsewhere. No particular regrets on that, it is one where it lowers, the side comes off and it turns into a toddler bed. We don't think too highly of IKEA's fabrics, so didn't get bedding there either.

Get safety accessories there like plug covers and furniture anchors for example, they're cheap and work just as well as the big brands (actually I think the IKEA ones are higher quality than some of the more expensive ones we have).

Their baby bathtub is pretty nice (just plastic, but cheap, easy to keep clean. It fit in our sink. If you don't think it is comfortable use a small washcloth to line it.

We got (get?) all of our kid plates/bowls/etc from there. Kid's cutlery. The plastic bibs ("KLADDIG" not "MATVRÅ") are amazing and last several years, but buy a half dozen minimal, they machine wash but air dry and we use two a day per kid.

There's the "ANTILOP Support pillow" which is annoying to blow up but helps babies that can keep their head up sit in the ANTILOP highchair upright. I'd skip the "ANTILOP Cover" though, the plastic is crazy easy to clean and the cover ironically makes it harder.

PS - Pro-tip: Changing tables are trash. They literally last only until the baby can roll which is measured in months. Change on the floor, it is safer and ultimately more convenient. Just get a flat rollable plastic changing pad, you can wipe clean, the raised edges on fancy ones do nothing to keep the kid positioned or keep pee off the floor e.g. "J.L. Childress Full Body Changing Pad" ($10). Also put the clean diaper under the kid before you take off the dirty, there should always be a diaper (clean or dirty) between the kid and the carpet regardless of changing solution. If the kid pees mid-change just swing up the clean diaper to catch it.
Thanks for the info. Smilie
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Thanks. What other items would you recommend from Ikea for babies ?
If you really want a changing table, the 2x4 cube shelf works great with a mattress pad on top. Just get shelf liners from Dollar tree or a hardware store to stop it from sliding.
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