Why Buy Me?
- Baby will be comfy thanks to the different heights and recline positions
- The removable tray makes it easy to store away in your home
- Playful animal alphabet print makes mealtimes fun
Snax Highchair - Animal Alphabet
Keep mealtimes comfy with the Snax highchair. Thanks to the 6 height settings, 3 recline positions and 3 tray settings, you can easily adjust the chair to find the perfect position for your little one. The 5-point harness keeps them safe and secure whilst they tuck in, whilst the castors on the legs make it really easy to move about. And when it comes to tidying up, the seat wipes clean and the tray is super-compact when folded - perfect for saving space.
Age Suitability: 6 months to 3 years approx.
Health & Safety: EN 14988:2017
- Highchair mode - Never leave the child unattended. This product is intended for children able to sit up unaided (minimum 6 months) and up to 3 years or a maximum weight of 15kg/33lbs
- Chair mode - Up to 5 years approx.
Maximum Weight: 15kg/33lbs
Self-Assembly Required? Part assembled
Product Includes: Highchair, tray, basket & footrest
Dimensions: L85 x W90 x H120 approx.
The delivery options available in checkout may vary based on your items availability and your location.
We will deliver your order in 3 - 5 days.
Pre-order items will be delivered in up to 5 days from the delivery date specified on the product page.
Personalised items will be delivered within 7 days.
Please allow an extra day for Bank Holidays.
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£4.95 on orders under £50
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