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Badger Basket Embassy Wood Baby High Chair with Tray, Espresso


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Espresso
  • For use through adulthood
  • Two trays included
  • Five point harness
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Product Description

Color: Espresso

Product Description

Badger Basket Embassy Wood High Chair with Tray

Let little ones learn to eat in style with this elegant wooden high chair that will grow up with them. Badger Basket Embassy Wood High Chair with Tray is an ideal chair for young kids during feeding time, and can also be used by older kids as a desk chair, or even as a simple, sturdy kitchen chair. When kids grow up, remove the trays and footrest and let them join the family at the dining table for a family dinner. The main wood tray is covered by a dishwasher-safe, plastic tray so it is easy to tidy-up and always have a clean surface available for baby at each meal. BPA-free.


Why You'll Love It: This high chair helps you meet the changing needs of your growing child.

Age: 6 months and up

Features

  • Five-point harness system is securely attached to the seat panel
  • Easy to clean
  • Glide extender kit for additional safety
  • BPA-free
  • Removable, machine-washable seat cushion cover

Weight Limit: Up to 175 lbs.

From the Manufacturer

The Embassy High Chair offers you unsurpassed value as a handsome, wood high chair with extended use up through adulthood. You’ll appreciate the useful features built-in for Baby’s first chair, and the ease with which the Embassy grows with your child. Main wood tray is covered by a dishwasher-safe, plastic tray. See-through plastic allows the beauty of the wood to show through. Removable, plastic tray includes cup holder and is deeply indented with a lip around all sides to keep food contained. 5-point harness system. Adjustable harness straps with swiveling clips so they won’t bind or restrict your child’s movements. Shoulder straps can be unclipped to assist with adjusting the harness and keeping it tangle-free. Padded seat cushion has washable, ecru color fabric cover. When your baby is ready to join the family at the regular table, remove the tray and the front safety bar and adjust the seat and foot rest. Eventually the chair can be used for adults with one panel as the seat and feet placed on the floor. Use from approximately 6 months (when child sits unassisted) to a max weight of 175 pounds (79.5 kg). Overall with Tray measures 17.5” width x 20” depth x 32.75” height. Overall without Tray measures 17.5” width x 19” depth x 32.75” height. Interior width of seat 16.25”. Height from top of seat to the floor with the seat in the top slot is 24”. Height from top of foot panel to the floor in the lowest slot is 10”. Includes glide-extender kit for use with certain types of tables. Seat cushion cover is 65% Poly/35% Cotton fabric. Seat cushion is PEVA (non-PVC) vinyl. Plastic tray is recyclable PP (polypropylene) plastic. Wood chair and tray are E-1 multi-layer poplar wood. Complies with all current United States safety standards. Adult assembly with illustrated instructions. All measurements approximate. Product details/features subject to change at any time without notice. Props/accessories shown with the chair are for illustration only.

Product Information

Color: Espresso
Technical Details
Item Weight16 pounds
Product Dimensions33 x 21 x 17.5 inches
OriginChina
UPC744664157785 046605709368
Item model number00936
Maximum weight recommendation175 Pounds
Material TypeWood
Number of items1
StyleModern
  
Additional Information
ASINB0036EFA84
Best Sellers Rank #29,750 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Danielle Rene on May 20, 2010
Color: Espresso Verified Purchase
There were no reviews on Amazon.com, but I found some on Target. A few were negative, but most people recommended this high chair, so we thought we'd give it a try. We just put it together and liked the overall look to it, however, there is one major problem. There is a piece (non-removable without taking apart the high chair) under the tray that keeps the baby from falling through the bottom, but the space between that piece and the back is so small (about 8-10 inches,) we couldn't get our 9-month-old daughter into the high chair! She had straightened her legs and went stiff so we couldn't bend them, but even if she went limp, it would have been a challenge. They probably designed it that way so the tray would sit closer to the baby, preventing food from falling into their lap, but if they moved that piece forward by a couple of inches, it would be so much easier and still allow the tray to sit close. Also, the wood scratches fairly easily, so we weren't sure how great it would look after a couple of months of use. A nice thing about the chair though is that the height is perfect for sitting with the baby and feeding them. We were so excited to get this, so it was very disappointing that it doesn't work for us.
A side note: The return policy says that you can only return unopened merchandise. The customer service rep told me that it doesn't apply to this. We were a little concerned when we decided to return it since we obviously had opened the box :)
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By John'sGirl on June 6, 2010
Color: Espresso
I purchased this for my 17-month old after our old high chair broke. I was looking for something that could be used as a high chair and then later at the table when she gets a little bigger. I also wanted something that would be easy to keep clean. We purchased this about 4 months ago.

The best feature is the plastic tray. The wooden tray stays attached and the plastic tray can be easily snapped on and off as needed. It is very easy to clean. I don't understand the point of tray liners that a lot of chairs come with. What baby eats neat enough that you only need to clean the middle of the tray? You also don't have to worry about a baby figuring out how to throw this off like many of them do when they have a tray liner.

As the first reviewer states, there is a definite problem with getting an infant or toddler into the chair with the tray attached. There is a strap that attaches from the tray and fits into an opening in the seat. The problem is that the strap is only long enough to reach the seat when the seat is placed in one of the first two slats in the chair and it is absolutely impossible to fit an older baby into the seat like that. The strap is just barely too short to reach the seat while in the third slat. We were able to make it work by placing the seat in the third slat and attaching a zip tie between the strap and the plastic piece the strap is supposed to attach to under the seat. It is not at all noticeable and the strap is still securely attached to the chair this way.

I'd also agree with the previous review that the finish on the wood is easily damaged. I've used a dark brown permanent marker on the spots where the finish scratched off and smeared it before it could dry.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on April 12, 2012
Color: Espresso
This highchair is extremely dangerous. Please don't buy this! My mom purchased this chair for my daughter as a gift. I do really like the look of it and the ability to grow with the child, but this chair has major safety issues not to mention the cosmetic problems. My daughter was 11 months old when we got this and was able to get out of the straps in 5 seconds flat. They are completely useless and difficult to buckle in the first place. After only having this chair for two weeks, the plastic tray latch snapped off and the chair was scratched up just from normal use. The seat cover got dirty and fell apart after washing it one time. But none of this compares to the major issue. Because the straps don't work, my daughter has been sliding out the front of the seat on a regular basis. Most of the time she just gets halfway down and we lift her back up and move on. A little annoying, but not a huge deal. Yesterday she slid the whole way down to her neck and got stuck. I tried to pull her up and down and I couldn't get her to budge either way due to the chair's narrow design and the fact that the tray and leg pieces are screwed in. So, she was hanging there by her neck and I had to break those pieces to get her out before she got seriously hurt. It was so scary. This safety issue could be eliminated if the piece that goes between the legs connected to the seat. Instead there is a gap allowing enough room for a child to slide through. PLEASE do not buy this highchair if you value your child's life!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mom2TwinGirls on August 17, 2011
Color: Espresso
A favorite uncle gave us two of these high chairs for our twin daughters, which we really appreciated. The three positive features of the chairs were: 1) the chairs are made out of lovely wood, so they blended in really well with our other wood kitchen chairs (although our entire house is, of course, given over to baby gear, so this wasn't too much of a plus, since we've given up on how things look); 2) the dishwasher-safe top tray is awesome--not too big, so you can get two trays into the dishwasher, plus some dishes too; and 3) when we threw out the chairs, they were easy to disassemble and fit compactly into our trash can.

Now, for the considerable negatives of these high chairs: 1) The cloth covers for the plastic seat pads looked dirty upon arrival, so I washed them according to the instructions, at which point the covers totally fell apart. This left us with exposed velcro strips on the seats, which eventually collected all sorts of baby food and crumbs that would not come off. 2) There is a five-point safety harness that is totally useless for keeping a baby in place. Our girls are big, 32" and 26 lbs. at one year, and yet, even though big, they would tend to fall down underneath the tray while sitting in the chair, with only one little strap holding them in place. In other words, their back would be laying flat on the seat, and their legs would be headed toward the floor. There is no easy way to rescue a baby who gets into this position, since the wood tray underneath the dishwasher-safe plastic tray is bolted on. So basically you have to yank the baby up through the fixed wood tray at a very awkward angle. This led to lots of tears.
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