Best High Chair Roundup

When choosing high chairs for your baby, there are so many options that it can be overwhelming. It’s even more so when you have twins and need to consider storage and space for two high chairs.

Below are all the high chairs we considered as well as the main pros and cons from reviews left by customers. This really helped us make our decision. There were many considerations but most of it came down to space, how easy it was to break down, and if it was eco-friendly. Depending on your needs you can see which of these options would be the best for you. 

 

Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable High Chair 

BEST FOR: Traveling

Features:

  • 3-point safety harness 
  • Removable, machine-washable fabric
  • Collapsible

Pros:

  • Price < $50 
  • Portable, weight of chair (5 lbs), maximum weight 40 pounds 
  • Can easily take on trips – comes with a bag for easy transport 
  • Sturdy

Cons:

  • Leg holes determine how long child can use (customers report cutting or altering leg holes) 
  • Small tray

 

Ingenuity Trio 3-in-1 High Chair 

BEST FOR: Growing With Your Child

Features:

  • Convertible (becomes booster and toddler seat) 
  • 3-point and 5-point harness, accommodates toddlers up to 50 pounds 
  • Removable, machine-washable fabric 
  • Removable dishwasher-safe tray

Pros:

  • Price < $75 
  • 3-chairs-in-1 (can be used as a high chair, toddler chair, or booster seat)

Cons:

  • Crevice where crotch strap is anchored allows food and liquid to get in and 10 screws must be taken out to access this space to clean it (reviews have reported mold, maggots BUT people report using tape or other items to seal the hole)
  • Chair weight 20 pounds
  • Tray can be difficult to adjust
  • Not collapsible
  • Wheels can have issues rolling

 

Evenflo Symmetry Flat Fold High Chair 

BEST FOR: Folding for Storage

Features:

  • Folds flat 
  • Machine-washable seat pad 
  • Dishwasher-safe tray liner
  • 3 tray positions
  • 3- or 5-point harness
  • Supports up to 40 pounds

Pros:

  • Large tray 
  • Folds easily 
  • Easy assembly 
  • Storage pocket in back 
  • Price $65

Cons:

  • Two hands required to remove tray
  • Difficult to maneuver baby’s legs in and out of seat due to T-bar
  • Tray slightly tilted so items roll toward the baby

 

Abiie Beyond Wooden High Chair With Tray 

BEST FOR: Eco-Conscious Households

Features:

  • Suitable for age 6 months to 250 pounds 
  • 3- or 5-point harness
  • Anti-Microbial Heat Sterilization – the wood went through a state-of-the art pressure-assisted high-temperature sterilization process which ensures a hygienic environment
  • One-hand removable tray cover is dishwasher safe 
  • Waterproof cushion

Pros:

  • Wood harvested using sustainable forestry practices
  • Chair is recyclable and biodegradable
  • Blends with furniture 
  • Smaller footprint
  • Recommended by occupational therapists and speech therapists for children with disabilities

Cons:

  • Higher price tag $195
  • Smaller tray size does not accommodate most silicone baby plates

 

4moms High Chair 

BEST FOR: One-Hand Breakdown

Features:

  • One-handed magnetic tray attachment
  • 3 height positions
  • 2 tray positions
  • Dishwasher safe tray liner
  • Max weight 60 pounds

Pros:

  • No fabric to clean 
  • Smaller footprint
  • Sleek design 
  • Magnetic feeding accessories available

Cons:

  • Price $300
  • Kiddos can accidentally or intentionally kick the tray off 
  • Crotch strap is not adjustable making it unusable for bigger kids

 

JOOVY Nook High Chair  

BEST FOR: Pediatrician Recommended

Features:

  • Folds just like a beach chair
  • Removable and adjustable swing open tray
  • Max weight 50 pounds
  • 5-point harness

Pros:

  • Larger tray with dishwasher safe insert
  • Leatherette seat cover wipes clean
  • Chair is 15 pounds

Cons:

  • Larger footprint
  • Straps and crevices difficult to clean
  • Recline is not adjustable and some find that it causes children to slouch

 

IKEA Antilop 

BEST FOR: Best for Twins

Features:

  • Stackable
  • Breaks down completely for portability

Pros:

  • Padding comes out easily 
  • No crevices to clean
  • Price $20  
  • Footrest and other accessories made to fit available on Etsy

Cons:

  • Tray can be harder to get off without knowing the trick of pulling it off on side at a time

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