High chairs are the elevated chairs designed for babies from four months to three years (babies who can already sit up straight without assistance). They are made with removable trays (for eating), adjustable heights, wide bases, and waist and leg belts.
Types of High Chairs
Kinds of High Chairs include the following:
Wooden high chairs
Wooden high chairs are made of solid and sturdy wood. They are usually designed with bars at the back for comfort and back support. However, wooden high chairs stain easily, making them difficult to clean and maintain.
Metal high chairs
Metal high chairs are made of lightweight yet heavy-duty metal such as aluminum. They are designed with more features than the such as toys and built-in wheels. They can be foldable or collapsible, making them easy to transport and store.
Most metal high chairs are easy to clean and maintain. They can be dressed with chair outfits to make them more appealing to babies.
Plastic high chairs
Plastic high chairs are made of solid and durable plastic. They are lightweight and are considered to be the most convenient type of high chair. Some have reclining backrests and adjustable heights for accommodating children in varying ages and body sizes.
Choosing High Chairs (Buying tips)
Stability: Choose a high chair with a wide base and sturdy legs of equal length to ensure its stability.
Security belt: Choose a high chair that comes with a security restraint belt that secures your baby between the legs and around the waist, preventing him from sliding off or standing up.
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