Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat, Blue/Green/Gray
- 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
- Adjustable shoulder straps make it easy to carry
- Front and rear seat straps adjust to fit virtually any chair
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Made of sturdy and durable plastic, The Healthy Care Booster Seat is built to last. It also features three height adjustments that allow for a custom fit to any table, so you can easily move from feeding baby in the kitchen to having him join the family at the dining room table for mealtime. In addition, front and rear seat straps adjust to fit virtually any chair--a real plus when you're eating out--and the three-point harness keeps your child securely seated. You can even remove the back and tray for older children. Finally, adjustable shoulder straps let you carry the seat from room to room, and the tray snaps off for traveling ease.
Quick and Easy Clean-Up
Feedings can be messy, and busy parents have little time to spare for clean-up. That's why the Healthy Care Booster Seat has an easy-care design. First, with the plastic, snap-on lid in place, the tray will stay fresh and germ-free until you're ready to use it. And unlike traditional seats, this one-piece seat is entirely seam and crevice free, meaning there's no place for crumbs to hide. Simply wipe the tray and seat clean, or put the tray in the dishwasher, and you're done!
What's in the Box
Booster seat, tray, and carrying strap.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.
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.
I ended up selling this for a loss and buying the Healthy Care Booster Seat by Fisher Price.
I like the Fisher-Price Healthy Care Booster seat for many reasons!
It has three height settings. This allows for the child to grow. It is also handy because the lower height means the seat and tray can be pushed completely under the table when not in use. In other words, the kitchen chair doesn't stick out any further from the table than it would if the seat wasn't installed.
The base is one piece so it's easy to clean. No crevices for food to get stuck in.
The waist straps come out of the back instead of from the seat. This means two less holes for food to get caught in. The crotch strap does come out of the base, but I haven't noticed food getting stuck in this. I think it because the tray covers this part, and it's not as accessible to little hands as the side of the seat.
The straps are easy to remove in order to wash if necessary.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought this for our grandson. I love the way it's compact and easy to unhitch and bring elsewhere. Glad we bought it. Very sturdy.Published 5 hours ago by Teri A Brady
Easy to install, easy to break down to carry with you on the go. Straps tightly to the chair, safe and secure for your child. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by A. Roberts
Awesome booster seat. We've rarely used the tray, but we really like the seat. Consider purchasing the Prince Lionheart Seat Neat as well.Published 1 day ago by c.w.
Received a product with a lot of scratches and greasy stains in the tray and seat. It was so frustrated. I returned it.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
We used a FP space saver for both our kids during the last six years. I wish I'd upgraded to this seat sooner. Read morePublished 4 days ago by aruizOT
This is a great booster seat. 3 adjustable levels. The thing I love most about it is that it ties down to the chair both under and around the back to the booster seat doesn't slip... Read morePublished 7 days ago by amazonmakeslifeeasier
The is a must for every expecting mom. I bought it for my son who is 4 year old now, he used it and then his younger brother (2 1/2 yr old now) used it too
We used it at... Read more
It does what it is supposed to do, it seems well designed and it looks reasonably nice.Published 7 days ago by Laarchmont Resident
Great price, durable, easy to clean (unlike a cloth high chair), and grows with your child. It also doesn't take up a lot of space and can be put on a regular chair, and then... Read morePublished 8 days ago by vanilla