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Badger Basket Embassy Wood Baby High Chair with Tray, Espresso
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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
- Five-point harness system is securely attached to the seat panel
- Easy to clean
- Glide extender kit for additional safety
- Removable, machine-washable seat cushion cover
Weight Limit: Up to 175 lbs.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
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 :)
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Second one I bought. Love this. Grows with the kids. I can fit two side by side at the short end of our IKEA table. Takes up very little space.Published 7 days ago by Joshua Gibson
Don't buy this. ...not safe! ! I bought this from a different site, it arrived nicked up, than the harness kept falling apart, than the cover to the seat came apart than, the tray... Read morePublished 4 months ago by DJS
My son has been using this chair for 4 years now, he's 4 1/2, and its been a terrific chair. I agree with some of the other reviews that the crotch strap is too short but we never... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kimberly I Moya
My little granddaughter loves it! No complaints and it's nice she can grow into the chair part.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
The chair wasn't packaged well and came slightly damaged in several places. There were several scratches and nicks and an area (about 1"x1") where the finish was coming... Read morePublished 8 months ago by S Price
I have bought these for all of my grandbabies. as they grow it does exactly as it said it would.Published 11 months ago by valrie consigney
Architecturally speaking, this chair is beautiful. Practically speaking, it's kind of a nightmare, particularly around the 5-point "harness" and its installation. Read morePublished 13 months ago by CEO Mom