BabyBjorn Highchair-Light Green (New)

£199.99

SKU: 5cd9a3645347 Category:

Description

The perfect choice for your baby?s first high chair. This ergonomic high chair helps your child to sit comfortably in an upright position during mealtimes. The High Chair has a unique safety solution whereby the table keeps your child sitting safely. Happier mealtimes for both large and small! Suitable for children aged six months to three years. The High Chair table opens up and, when closed, keeps your child safely sitting down during mealtimes. This makes it harder for the child to stand up or to push against the table with the legs and fall backwards. The table lock cannot be opened by the child. All BABYBJÖRN Kitchen and Bathroom products meet plastic safety standards in both Europe and the USA. This means that the plastics are continuously and rigorously being tested for bisphenol A (BPA) and health-hazardous substances, and they are certified safe for foods. That?s important to us! Features: A comfortable high chair that provides the right support. The curved backrest helps your child to sit upright and the table can be adjusted as your child grows. TAKES UP MINIMAL SPACE The high chair can be folded up for easy storage and transport. It is only 25 cm wide when folded up. The high chair is foldable for easy storage. The BABYBJÖRN High Chair is easy to clean. EASY TO CLEAN The High Chair has smooth surfaces to prevent food from getting stuck. The table fits snugly against the child?s tummy to prevent food from falling into his or her lap. The tray can be detached easily for cleaning. Dishwasher-safe. DEVELOPED WITH PAEDIATRICIANS This product was developed in close collaboration with paediatricians. We work with leading paediatricians, midwives and child psychologists. Their medical expertise is extremely important to us and they provide us with invaluable input when we develop new products. We never launch a product without their approval. About our collaboration with paediatricians Developed in collaboration with leading paediatrician, Dr. Klaus Parsch This p