Why Buy Me?
- Easily adapts into a junior chair as your baby grows
- The seamless seat pad makes it comfy and easy-to-clean
- Secure crotch post makes it safe for your mini diner
Juice Highchair - Scandi Grey
Perfect for taking them from first tastes to full on family feasts, our flexible Juice highchair easily adapts into a junior chair as your baby grows. Taking inspiration from Scandi style, the Juice has been designed to look good in your home, even when splattered in pea puree. It's light and portable too, so your little one can dine by your side no matter where you are in the house. And because it's easy-to-clean, comfy and super-secure for your mini diner, you're free to focus on all the fun of finding their new favourite flavours.
- Light and portable with built-in carry handles
- Your little one will sit comfortably thanks to the leg rest
- The removable tray means you can pull baby up to the table
- The tray is dishwasher safe for easy clean ups
- Simply screw the legs off and remove crotch post to convert to a junior chair
- The 5-point harness means they'll be sitting safely
- Won't damage wooden flooring thanks to the plastic foot caps
Age Suitability: 6 months to 5 years approx.
Health & Safety: EN 14988:2017
- Highchair mode - Never leave the child unattended, this product is intended for children to be able to sit unaided (minimum 6 months) and up to 5 years or a maximum weight of 15kg/33lbs
- Chair mode - Up to 5 years approx.
Maximum Child Weight: 15kg/33lbs
Self-Assembly Required? Part assembled
Product Includes: Highchair body and legs, tool kit, crotch post plug for when removed
|Feature||High Chair Mode||Low Chair Mode|
|Dimensions||H89 x W71 x D61cm approx.||H61 x W38 x D61cm approx.|
|Self-Assembly Required||Part assembled|
|Freestanding When Folded||N|
|Converts Into Low Chair||Y|
|Converts Into Reclining Baby Seat||N|
|Converts Into Junior Chair||Y|
|Removable Seat Cover||Removable seat pad insert|
|Height Adjustable Footrest||N|
|Folds for Storage||No, however legs screw off easily for storage|
|Tray Removes With One Hand||N|
|Dishwasher Safe Tray||Y|
|Harness Type||5pt safety harness|
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|Click & Collect||Available to collect from store in 3 - 5 days.||FREE|
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