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Foldable Convertible Baby Feeding High Chair

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Our Foldable Convertible Baby Feeding High Chair offers you the extra advantage of having two in one products because it can also be used as a comfortable recliner for your baby's life in the early month.


  • MULTI-FUNCTION HIGH CHAIR - This baby furniture has a versatile design and can be used as a high chair for baby sleeping . playing . feeding and toddler chair(remove the tray). The chair height can be adjusted to multi-levels to match different dining table height. Can accompany children from 6-36 months of age.
  • FOLDABLE AND EASY TO MOVE - Foldable design easy to set up and storage when not in use. The detachable trays also can be located on the legs for space saving. Equipped with two built-in rear wheels for easy movement and with brakes for stability.
  • EASY TO CLEAN & SPACE-SAVING - The high chair is equipped with a tray including an attachable . BPA-free plastic plate and a polyurethane pad that you can wipe in seconds. In addition . the chairs can be folded up in a few seconds to reduce the space required to a minimum.
  • SAFETY AND COMFORTABLE - Every baby chair is certified and is supplied with a guaranteed BPA-free plastic plate: Adopted certified non-toxic . harmless and durable PP and steel frame . A-shaped stable structure and four-point support . five-point safe seat belt . equipped with high-end TPU non-slip foot pads. All the corners are smooth polished without sharp edges.
  • STABILITY - Pyramid structure with steady anti dumping. It will provides solid protection that will avoid babies playing with the external forces. Strong load-bearing capacity even if the adult sit on it. 


Material Type: Stainless Steel & Polypropylene
Dimensions: 54cm(L) x 83cm(W) x 99cm(H)
High Chair Weight: 20 lbs
Age & Weight Limit: Up to 6 years old / Up to 60 lbs
Package Includes:
  • 1x Foldable Convertible Baby Feeding High Chair


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