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Babyhome Eat High Chair

Eat is a very light, simple and safe high chair with a polished aluminum frame and wide, stable base. The seat is large and comfortable with a quilted liner and will hold up to 55lbs. The liner is made of high quality, breathable fabric and is both removable and washable. As the baby grows, Eat's attached five-point harness can be adjusted. The tray is fully removable, for use with or without a table. Plastic guards on the legs prevent the floor from being scratched while moving the highchair. When not in use, Eat can be folded compactly and stored.

Product Dimensions: 29x4.5x25

Recommended Age: 6 to 36 months

Recommended Weight (in pounds): see age recommendations

• 100% Nylon

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Popularity: #225 in Highchairs & Boosters, #237 in Highchairs & Boosters
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BabyHome Eat Highchair - Black

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    BabyHomeEat High Chair - Turquoise

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    By amdc

    from Boston, MA

    Comments about Eat High Chair - Turquoise:

    This product has been recalled since March 2013. The first page that comes up when you search for "BabyHome Eat" online is the call notice:

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    Nice, some room for improvement

    By Mom in CT

    from Danbury, CT

    About Me First Time Parent


    • Easy To Assemble
    • Easy to Clean
    • Lightweight
    • Stable
    • Stylish


      Best Uses

      • At Home
      • Infant Seating

      Comments about Eat High Chair - Brown:

      Started using this when my son was 5 months. The harness is all nylon, so your baby has to be able to sit up pretty well to use it. The crotch strap is a wide piece of nylon, so if your baby isn't great at sitting he'll slump against it. I love how lightweight the chair is. Very easy to move around. We would move it onto the deck so we could have our son eat with us outside. Chair wipes down easily. I like that it has shoulder straps.
      What I would change is I would put a lip all around the edge of the tray. There's no lip on the edge facing the baby, so often food that I place on the tray will slide into my son's lap.

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      Beautiful and functional

      By J-VA

      from Arlington, Va

      About Me First Time Parent

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      • Easily Stowed
      • Easy To Assemble
      • Easy to Clean
      • Lightweight
      • Portable
      • Stable
      • Stylish


        Best Uses

        • At Home
        • Baby Seats

        Comments about Eat High Chair - Brown:

        Love this chair--we put our daughter in it for the first time when she was 3 months (though already 19 lbs) so she could play with some toys on the tray and the high back, comfortable seat and supportive harness is perfect for highly supervised play at this age and also will be great as she grows!

        The chair's design is perfect with our decor and we're thrilled with the product. Even though she's not eating solids with us, it's great to have this out at the table and not have it be an eyesore.

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