|Item Weight||18 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.5 x 20 x 34.5 inches|
|Item model number||S1092|
High Chair – Award Winning Svan Signet Complete High Chair With Removable Tray (Espresso)
- Unique Scandinavian bentwood design grows with your child from 6 months to young adult.
- Fully adjustable seat depth provides optimum torso and leg support.
- Footrest adjusts for proper back alignment and leg support providing child with more ergonomic seating.
- Safety guard expands with the twist of a knob to make it easy to secure your child in place.
- Plastic tray cover is dishwasher safe and BPA and phthalate-free.
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S1092 Color: Espresso Features: -High chair.-Designed to provide both infants and toddlers with a comfortable and ergonomic eating space.-Seat can be adjusted vertically and horizontally.-Footrest can also be adjusted to best suit your growing child.-Snap-on / snap-off tray gives children their own eating and play space.-When things get a bit messy, simply wipe down the wooden tray with a damp cloth or attach the BPA-free and phthalate-free plastic tray cover and toss it in the dishwasher.-Can also be used with the tray stored on back, enabling the child to eat at the table with the family, even as an infant.-Cushion sold separately.-Creating the perfect balance of space and support for children 6 months to adulthood.-Chair Base: 18'' by 19''.-Height to Top of Backrest: 33.5''.-Height to Top of Safety Guard: 28.5''.-Seat Height Range: 18.5'' to 22''.-Seat Depth (child): 6'' to 9+''.-Footrest Height Range: 5'' to 17''.-Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth and be sure to dry chair thoroughly. The wood may also be safely cleaned with cleaners and polishes designed for fine wooden furniture.. Includes: -Includes high chair and baby kit. Dimensions: -Overall Dimensions: 34.5'' Height x 20'' Width x 22.25'' Depth.-Tray: 15.25'' Width x 15.75'' Depth.
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It is a compete high chair with safety straps (5 point), removable tray and a plastic tray top. Assembly took me about 20 minutes and it was very straight forward. My 6-month old seems to have settled into it nicely and we just purchased the cushions for it. It feel extremely stable with a smallish foot print which is a nice combination.
The tray is smaller than most other high chairs but it is definitely manageable.
I'd recommend buying it if you don't need a folding chair and it looks like a really great piece of furniture for the home.
Update: We love the high chair as it occupies a permanent space at the dinner table. The small tray doesn’t seem to be a problem. The safety straps do fall off the shoulder but we made a small strap to go high on the shoulders which keeps it on. Zero doubt that this was the best purchase for us.
Only two (very minor) complaints. Bolts on the seat base come loose. Locktite fixes that but nylon bushings within the caps would be better. Second, my toddler was able to pull it over on himself once. But he was REALLY trying.
I have lowered the rating on this high chair after having it for a few years. I am not downgrading it because it is slowly losing it's finish or because the pieces are loosening with time. I am lowering it because the amount of maintenance and cleaning required because of poorly designed this chair is almost negate its use. Some critical points to consider when looking at this chair:
- It looks damn good, but a high chair is meant to be functional. The tray area is far too small for a baby or toddler. The point of a tray is to keep the mess contained. Unfortunately because the tray is so small a LOT of food ends up on the floor regardless.
- The protective plastic top, while a great idea, doesn't help like you would think. Again, because the tray is so small, your toddlers food covered hands and fingers will easily get around, under, and beneath this plastic protection tray, which will require you to remove the plastic and STILL clean the wood tray, negating the use of the tray.
- There are half a dozen nooks and crannies for food and various bits of whatever to get stuck in. It isn't all in the obvious places either. You will spend a good amount of time cleaning this thing. The point of a good high chair is not only to elevate your toddler to an easier to reach feeding position, but also to make the mess easier to clean up.
- The straps meant to hold climbing toddlers in place have a piece that holds the shoulder straps together, which is good, but it is located too low on the straps and isn't adjustable so it is easy for even the earliest of toddlers to slip their shoulder straps. With only the crotch strap, there is no security for your toddler if this is your concern.
- The tray is secured with a single allen head bolt that isn't stable regardless of how often you tighten it.
Over-all I would say the idea behind this high chair to look good above all else. Do yourself a favor and get something with a large plastic tray on it. Consider how far your baby / toddler can reach, and make sure the tray is at least that large around them. This thing, at the price wasn't worth it. We continued to use it because we committed to it. But you shouldn't have the high chair as a main thought. It should just be a tool to help you, and not keep you working to make it look good.
Over all, the quality on this thing is nice. It went together easy and has been used daily. This thing is standing up to the wear and tear of a baby and a toddler without issue. As another purchaser noted though, there are a ton of gaps and crevices for food etc to get stuck in. We clean it often, but you can't get it all without taking it apart. In the end, I took the whole thing apart to clean it, put it back together; this time, with painters tape over all the various gaps and crevices. While this does take away from the look just a little bit, it saves my wife and I a ton of cleaning time.
If you decide to go this route, though, you will want to put heavy card stock over the gap at the foot rest to avoid your munchkin poking holes with their feet.