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Safety 1st Sit Booster Seat, Green
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About 5 or 6 inches. Have to be careful with tables that may have thicker tops which won't give them much leg room.
Jan 5, 2014 by Lizz Cargo
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You can remove the straps. If I remember correctly they are not even attached when you take item out of box.
Jun 7, 2014 by Kirsy's Creations
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Most tables have a standard distance between the seat and the table . Measure yours; if it's less than 10 inches you might want to reconsider this and any booster.
Dec 12, 2014 by V. Hamilton
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Around 4-5" from the seat of the chair to the top.
Mar 1, 2014 by Melissa R.
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Purchased this for use with our 27 month, 30 lb grandson and it was fabulous! Lightweight and easily portable, yet very secure when all the straps are used with a dining chair. I believe the recommended manufacturer's weight was 50 lbs.
Jan 15, 2013 by MT
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If your child listens and will sit still yes. If you have a little one that wiggles a lot while in the seat or likes to undo latches I wouldn't recommend it. If you have a child that is big for a three year old I would say no but then you probably wouldn't be asking the question because they wouldn't need a booster seat.
Dec 13, 2013 by Kirsy's Creations
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Hi Jeff, This Booster seat has a maximum weight limit of 50 pounds. It is recommended for a child up to 4 years of age. If I can answer any other questions, please let me know.
1 day ago by Dorothy  MANUFACTURER 
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The front part is less than 5" and the back is about 7" so I am guessing it should be fine
Mar 5, 2015 by Amy
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