Meaty loves to eat and loves to independently feed himself. Therefore when the Combi high chair arrived for review, I immediately set it up for dinnertime. The instructions were easy to follow and the high chair pretty much came fully assembled. The bronze color is actually pretty neutral and not shiny as one would imagine. The dotted circle design in white contrasts against light cocoa seat. From first glance, it is a stylish seat that looks as if it's almost floating.
The Combi high chair has a height adjustment of 5 positions which is great to fit any table as well as accommodate the loving sister who wants to play/feed their little brother. There are also 3 recline positions which can be adjusted with one hand by just a simple pull on the lever behind the seat back.
The seat itself features an adjustable, five-point harness with cushioned shoulder pads. Mason is comfortable in this seat and nestled right in. The padding is nice as it can easily be wiped down as well as the removable tray that has a dishwasher-safe insert. This tray is huge! I simple wash by hand because it needs to be cleaned at each feeding and who can really wait until the dishwasher runs? My friend's baby sat in this when we had a BBQ and she commented on how fantastic a chair it is and how fab the tray was. The high chair seat is stable and sturdy to use for children up to 3 years and 40 lbs - woah!
The Combi high chair does fold up compactly and is great to store if you have a small living space. I do have to note that if you leave it in a high traffic area, there may be some instances of tripping over the long legs.
This high chair comes in 3 delicious colors: bronze, black (how fab is this one) and raspberry.
Buy It: You can purchase the Combi high chair for $142.09.
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