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Fisher-Price Deluxe Booster Seat, Red/White

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  • Healthy care feeding tray with snap on lid keeps feeding surface clean wherever you go
  • Easy clean seat with no crevices to trap crumbs
  • Three height adjustments and three point harness adjusts to hold growing child securely
  • Front and rear seat straps adjust to fit virtually any chair
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Product Information

Color: Red/White | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
Technical Details
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions15.6 x 12.7 x 9 inches
OriginMexico
UPC746775371135
Item model numberBLR90
Batteries requiredNo
Specification metcertified frustration-free
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CSAWIN2
Best Sellers Rank #1,546 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Red/White | Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging

Product Description

Convenient, safe, and comfortable, the Fisher Price healthy care deluxe booster seat boasts a feeding tray that you can sanitize right in the dishwasher, making feeding times healthier and cleaner than ever before. Designed for children weighing up to 50 pound, this handy seat also folds compactly and includes a carrying strap, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

From the Manufacturer

A cleaner tray for baby wherever you go. The Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat has a feeding tray you can sanitize right in the dishwasher. With the snap on lid in place, the tray will stay clean until you're ready to use it. So you can take it wherever you go (it folds compactly) and always be sure that baby's feeding tray is dishwasher clean. Three height adjustments allow for a custom fit to any table. Front and rear seat straps adjust to fit virtually any chair and three point harness adjusts to hold growing child securely. Folds compactly for portability, with a carry strap so you can take it anywhere.


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Customer Reviews

It's very easy to clean.
TSN
We have the Healthy Care High Chair at home, but needed something to take with us to friend's houses, Grandma's house, and especially RESTAURANTS!
"anthonysmama"
There is a removeable feeding tray that can be put in the dishwasher.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

906 of 934 people found the following review helpful By PghYinzer on July 23, 2004
Product Packaging: Amazon Frustration-FreeColor Name: Blue, Green, Grey
I have made some unbelievably moronic choices when it comes to baby gear. This was definately not one of them!

I had originally wanted to just go with an infant to toddler feeding station set up, but then I saw and purchased a Peg Pergeo Prima Pappa out of the PennySaver. Oooooh, Peg Perego... Had to have it...

I hated hated hated HATED that chair. It was huge. The tray was too high. It had a zillion and one little nooks and crannies to get food into. I ended up shoving it back and forth between the kitchen and the laundry room for months. Once my baby really got into eating solids (which he didn't do until 7 months) I fed him in his bouncy, on the floor. I just didn't want to deal with cleaning that high chair. Even once he got to be a better (neater) eater, the space issues drove me bananas.

I sold it - at a loss - and bought the Fisher Price booster seat instead.

I love love love LOVE this little chair.

First of all, it goes on our dining room chair - so it takes up no additional space. My baby fits in it very comfortably - it is just his size. I can put Cheerios on the tray for him and he can pick them up and eat them (although it does seem he drops and sits in them about half the time, too...) No nooks and crannies so clean up is easy. We can easily pack it up and take it to a resturaunt and he is so happy to sit in his little seat, smack the tray, play with his toys, eat his Cheerios - we are able to eat out in public again. I never thought I would be a germophobic parent but I do appreciate being able to take our own seat along from a cleanliness aspect, too.
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696 of 727 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 29, 2003
Product Packaging: Amazon Frustration-FreeColor Name: Blue, Green, Grey
I originally bought the "Swing Tray - Portable Booster Seat" because it was cheaper and I thought that it would be just as good. Well, it fell apart. I got this one and have been very please. It's is like a travel version of the Healthy Care Highchair.
There is a removeable feeding tray that can be put in the dishwasher. It has a cup holder and snaps right on to the main (blue) tray.
There are three different height settings. This is great for traveling because different tables can be different heights.
The back of the car and the trays are removeable, turning the seat into a booster for older and/or larger children.
The seat is all one piece and there are no seams or crevices for food to get stuck in. It also makes the seat very easy to clean.
The seat has a three-point seatbelt that adjusts, so it can accomodate a growing baby and toddler.
The booster folds up and even has a shoulder strap to make it easier to travel with. There is a lid that snaps onto the feeding tray. It is also dishwasher safe. I like the cover you can put on the tray, just so you know it's not getting dirty.
There are straps on both sides and on the back of the seat. This makes it much easier to fit onto a variety of chairs. This is great especially when eating out.
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89 of 96 people found the following review helpful By C. E Erb on May 23, 2005
Product Packaging: Amazon Frustration-FreeColor Name: Blue, Green, Grey
My son was using the Safety First reclining infant seat which was great until he got to be around 9 months old and he HATED the high back of the seat, he was always banging his head on it. Due to limited space in our house, I researched all the boosters out there and thought this one would be ideal as opposed to a highchair.

The pros to this are:

-EASY EASY EASY cleanup, no nooks, crannies, cracks or crevices for food to get stuck in.

-Very portable and compact, easy to pack up and take to restaurant, Grandma's house, traveling, wherever.

-High quality at very affordable price.

However, there a few definite cons:

-The dishwasher safe, removable plastic tray insert can be WAY TOO EASILY removed by an 11 month old. I have spent more time cleaning his meals up off the floor than I care to think about. I finally just stopped using the insert and just put his food on the tray. A little more of a pain to clean that but at least I'm not mopping daily.

-The actual seat is VERY small and if your baby is even average size it won't last you very long. My son is only 12 months old and he is already started to look absolutely ridiculous sitting in it and gets uncomfortable quickly. He is 23 1/2 pounds, a little above average, but we put my friend's petite 1 year old in it and she even seemed uncomfortable. I was hoping to use this booster until my son was ready to sit at the table in a regular chair but I don't think he'll be able to use it for much longer than a few more months. I have no idea what I'll do at that point.

So overall the seat would be perfect if it was a little wider and the tray insert wasn't so easy to remove.
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208 of 235 people found the following review helpful By B. Granum on August 3, 2008
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2013 UPDATE: I changed my 1 star review to 5 stars. Hopefully this will be more helpful to people. I'm not going to edit any of my original review below. It seems like they've sorted out the issue with the similar types of seats. The awesome, adjustable version is the Healthy Care DELUXE! We loved it. As I'm typing this, this review appears under the listing for the Deluxe, and all the versions shown in the pictured options are height adjustable and show the snap-in tray and tray cover. This wasn't the case previously, so just check the options before you buy!

ORIGINAL REVIEW:
Amazon should not be sharing the reviews for the old blue booster with the new yellow & orange one. The blue one gets 5 stars from me; it was perfect. We had to replace it so I bought the new yellow one.

The yellow one DOES NOT ADJUST up or down for height. My son's legs no longer fit under our table because we can't adjust it down far enough like we could with the blue one.

In addition, the yellow one comes with only the main one-piece white tray. The blue booster comes with a main blue tray, a white snap-in tray with a molded cup space, and a green tray cover. It's perfect for travel. The yellow and orange booster DOES NOT have these extra pieces.

I'm totally irritated that I was led to believe that this was the same booster, simply with a different color scheme.

2009 UPDATE: As of mid-2009, the names seem to be sorted out. The booster called "Fisher Price Healthy Care Booster Seat" (currently still in yellow), is a stripped down, non-adjustable model. It really has no advantages other than price, maybe (depends on the day!). It's not more portable even though it's smaller. The better seat, with adjustability, extra trays, etc. is now called the Fisher Price Healthy Care DELUXE Booster Seat, and appears to come in two colors at the moment. The Deluxe gets 5 stars!
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