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Kids II Booster Seat - Pink


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Pink
  • Large curved handles help baby balance
  • Strong, durable plastic is easy to clean
  • Slip resistant feet provide stability
  • Includes safety straps that secure the child to seat and fasten booster seat to chair
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Product Information

Color: Pink
Technical Details
Item Weight2.3 pounds
Product Dimensions14.5 x 14 x 11.3 inches
UPC074451086227
material_compositionPlastic
Care instructionsTo clean, wipe with a damp cloth or sponge. Dry with a soft cloth.
  
Additional Information
ASINB000S9RFJC
Best Sellers Rank #47,895 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Color: Pink

Once baby can sit upright unassisted, it may be time for a booster seat to join the rest of the family at the table! Mealtime becomes more interactive and fun when you can teach your child to eat like the big kids side-by-side, and little ones are proud to graduate to the big chair. Features * Restraining strap and skid resistant feet for stability * Includes seat and chair straps * Easy to clean surface * Straps are machine washable * Can also be used as a TV chair * Holds child up to 65 pounds Gift Wrap not available. Shipping Note: This item ships via UPS Ground within contiguous United States only. Cannot be shipped to AK/HI, PO boxes, US territories, or APO/FPO addresses.

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Customer Reviews

If I were given the option to give this negative stars, I absolutely would.
Julie
And I not only will I be returning it to the store, but I will refrain from purchasing any Bright Starts products in the future.
Tori Anderson
The seat did not tightly attach to the chair without using duck tape on the straps to secure they do not slide.
Johanna

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Yukna on September 1, 2010
Color Name: Pink
This is easily the worst booster chair design I have EVER come across. It's not the chair itself, it's the lap belt. You have to loop one leg through the harness, only to have to affix the belt together on one side of the child's lap. You can't just place the chil in the seat, and then affix the belt together. I am taking it back today, and cannot get over the poor quality.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kelly on December 10, 2011
Color Name: Blue
This product is described as going going up to 65 lbs, yet my 30 lb 2 year can not get into the harness. The straps could have easily been designed to be adjustable to a larger size but since they are not, this product is completely useless. Avoid if you plan on using past 1 year.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Brick on December 5, 2008
Color Name: Pink
This booster seat is fabulous. We have two: one at our house, very firmly attached to our wooden chair, with a folded tea towel between the seat and the chair, partly to protect the chair and partly because the seat moved a little when we were installing it. The other seat is at my mothers house, installed on her upholstered chair, also with a tea towel, but that is to keep any falling debris off the chair. The seats have a three point harness belt system, though we've stopped using it now that our child is old enough to not try to get out by herself. There are two belts that attach the seat to your chair, they are a bit of a hassle to get tightened down properly on our wooden chair, but I had no problems installing it on my mothers upholstered seats. The way they are made with a smooth finish inside means that any food that falls in doesn't get trapped and they wipe clean very well.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By RDRM on August 3, 2008
Color Name: Pink
I bought this because it was such a great price and my daughter loved the color. I thought, "How different can booster seats be? And why should I pay $50.00 bucks for one?" Well, we have cushioned chairs with vintage plastic covered chairs, and these plastic boosters "cut" right into the cushioned upolstry in a really bad way. I refuse to destroy my chairs to pay less for a booster. I went out and bought the ultra-expensive cushioned boosters with flat, soft bottoms to protect my chairs. If you have any cushions on your chairs or upostered chairs, this is not for you. I still gave them three stars however, because I gave them to my in-laws and they work pretty well on their hard wood chairs. On the other hand, I'm still concerned about the hard, sharp plastic edges scratching the seats of their chairs.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KLD on August 2, 2008
Color Name: Blue
I usually hate it when reviewers complain about highchairs being too hard to clean... I figure, come on, it's a HIGHCHAIR! You should expect to have to clean it! But this booster seat has got me rethinking this. I have used it for a long time and finally have given it up realizing that it is poorly designed. The handle area (why would a toddler need a handle area like this?) is designed to be a food magnet. The little raised bumps collect food... the crevices where the green handle attaches to the blue seat collect food smears... the opening under the handle collects all kinds of food!
Don't bother with this one. Find something else!!!!!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Julie on October 7, 2012
Color Name: Blue
As a consumer of a number of various products made by this brand, I made a basic assumption when I bought this chair. My assumption being that the chair would actually FUNCTION as intended & for it's advertised purpose. It's pretty basic stuff, really. The concept of a booster seat with straps that are made to secure a child has been around for a long time. It's not like Bright Stars invented the idea and piloted the 1st booster seat product ever. All I expected was to have a booster seat that 1) would halfway sufficiently attach to a regular chair & 2) that it would allow me to securely seat my child in it. This product is a massive FAIL at the most basic level. The straps are a joke. Did they take into account the size of a child's leg when deciding how long to make the straps & how they should adjust (what 65lb kid needing a booster seat could EVER get their leg through???? My 25 lb 15 month old cannot)? The only child who could fit into this chair strapped in would be a newborn - 4 month old. Newsflash: a child that age cannot sit up on their own...never mind the fact that they have no reason to sit at a table since they have no teeth & are not yet eating solid food or feeding themselves. The fact that this product ever made it through both design approval & quality control is completely beyond me. A monkey could've designed & manufactured a better booster chair. These chairs should be recalled. If I were given the option to give this negative stars, I absolutely would. Not only is the product not useable in any way, shape, or form, but because of the manufacturer's incompetence, I now get to waste more of my time just to try to get my money back. Actually, it's not worth the gas or the time. I will never spend money on a Bright Stars product again.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mrngdew on December 2, 2012
Color Name: Pink
I got this product at Target for $11 bucks and it's going right back, the straps are horrible. This product sucks!! not very safe, I guess you get what you pay for!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stylist on November 19, 2012
Color Name: Blue
We just moved from using a highchair to this booster. Luckily we just got this from a second hand store. It would hardly be worth buying new even at the cheap retail price. Seems like the DimWits at Bright Starts put it into production without ever testing it(?)

Instead of having a central buckle mechanism (like in a carseat), the buckle is looped through the center and cinches on one side. This makes placing your child in the seat extremely awkward as you must first seat them, then lift up their left leg and thread it through the hole, then buckle on the way right hand side (WHAT?!). Or seat child first and be forced to unthread and rethread the buckle each use. Who has time for that? Also the way the straps come out of the seat, it barely holds the child in place. Our kid can lean completely forward making the seat+belt useless. Additionally, the empty spaces under the handles along with the textured bumps make cleaning a nightmare and baby fingers occasionally get caught under there.

It will have to do until our new OXO seat (A brand I can trust for thoughtful design) arrives. [We decided to forego the seatbelt and armrests having seen our kid in action in this booster seat]
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