Having met the design team behind the BabyBjorn range, I can honestly say that design and quality is in the heart of the whole BabyBjorn brand. They are passionate about creating products that parents and children will love and will be able to use in their everyday lives.
The BabyBjorn High Chair is recommended for children who can sit up on their own, from around six months up until three years (max height 38 in/95 cm).
Beautiful to look at, with a sleek white design and fairly small in size, it tucks nicely and neatly into into most corners. Even in smaller spaces, it never concerned me that it didn’t fold flat. Made from plastic and painted steel, it is easy to assemble with the legs simply locking into place underneath.
I was initially concerned as it did not have any straps and was intrigued to find out whether a child would somehow manage to either climb out or fall out. You do have to place one hand on the child whilst you release the tray but it is simple to do, by turning the release lock underneath the tray. Once your baby starts to grow, it can be a battle to get them to keep their straps on and with this highchair, you can feel secure in the knowledge that they are secure. At meal times, I place Eva into her chair and she happily lets me put her tray up. I am sure meal times have been more enjoyable as a result of my not trying to strap her into yet another place.
Ease Of Use:
I have thoroughly enjoyed simply wiping down the highchair. There are no gaps for food to get stuck in which made me comfortable in the knowledge that bacteria from bits of food could not grow anywhere and that it was perfectly clean all of the time. The tray simply comes off and can be popped into the dishwasher.
The BabyBjorn High Chair is made from plastic and painted steel.
This product is PVC-free and contains no bisphenol A (BPA), phthalates, cadmium, lead, bromine or chlorine. Moreover, the plastic is recyclable.
We loved the BabyBjorn highchair and will happily rate it, 10/10