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10 of the Best High Chairs for Toddlers 2019

It’s a momentous occasion, the day your toddler sits at the table with the rest of the family to eat. But in order to do so, you’ve probably browsed all the high chairs in every major store. If you haven’t found one you like, let us do the searching for you. Safety is a key feature for parents but style and quality is a factor too. Another main issue is how easy is it to clean? Here are our top ten high chairs for toddlers:

Ikea ANTILOP Highchair with Tray: £14

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Winner of the Mumsnet Best Budget High Chair of 2018, you cannot go wrong with this budget option. It is sturdy but lightweight and really easy to assemble. It features a safety strap and a feeding tray and has been tested and is free from any nasty chemicals that might damage children’s skin.

Red Kite Feed Me High Chair: £28

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This is a great high chair if space is tight in your kitchen or dining area. It is compact and folds up when not in use. It features a soft, padded seat which you can wipe clean for spills and a comfy footrest. The feeding tray flips up which makes it easier to get your toddler in and out of the high chair. And you get a free splash mat.

Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair, Twinkle Linen: £48.00

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Lots of five-star reviews from happy customers for this versatile high chair from Joie. It is lightweight and folds with a one snap-motion. There is a strap to hold your toddler in place and a footrest. You also get an adjustable tray with a cup holder and the chair reclines too. What we like the most, however, is that the chair adjusts to accommodate the growing child so you’ll get a lot of use out of it.

Zara Home Convertible High Chair: £119.99

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These days parents want more for their money and Zara Home has come up with an ingenious product. It starts off as a high chair, complete with a safety harness and feeding tray and footrest, then it converts to a chair and table for when your child is older.

My Child Graze High Chair: £37.99

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This is a 3-1 high chair that carries on working after you’ve finished using it as a high chair for your toddler. As a high chair, it has some neat features including a removable feeding tray and a fastening strap for safety. Then once they are out of the high chair you can use part of it as a booster seat at the table and the rest of the unit as a stool. Very practical with lots of uses. Comes in aqua (shown) or pink.

JoJo Maman Beaba Up & Down Highchair: £150.00

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This high chair has six adjustable height levels which are great if you have different table surfaces in your home, i.e. breakfast bar, dining table etc. It keeps your child in the correct seating position and it adapts to the child’s age as they grow.

John Lewis & Partners Leckford Highchair, Natural: £70.00

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This high chair is perfect for old-fashioned pine kitchens or kitchens with a lot of wooden features. Made in a classic shape, you get a footrest, a removable tray, and a safety harness. You do have to assemble it yourself and it remains in a fixed position but if you have a large kitchen where you don’t need to stash it away it is ideal.

Cosatto 3Sixti Highchair (Magic Unicorns): £199.95

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If this looks a little ‘space-age’, you wait until you hear what it does. It has 360 degrees swivel action in 6 different positions, there is an easy gas-lift function to raise and lower the seat, the back reclines in 3 different positions and there is a comfy seat with a safety harness. Lots of different designs available if unicorns aren’t your thing.

Oribel Cocoon Highchair: £155.00

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This high chair grows with your child and features an adjustable seat which you can remove to clean. The tray is adjustable and magnetic and can be removed and stored at the back of the high chair when not in use. The seat reclines meaning you can use it for sleeping as well as feeding your toddler.

Safetots Folding Wooden Natural Highchair: £59.95

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A sturdy design from Safetots here that will last and last. Simple but effective, the tray can be removed when your toddler is old enough and the high chair can then be used as an ordinary chair and pushed up to the table.

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