The new DuoDiner high chair from Graco is designed to grow with your child, and can be used by children aged from six months to three years of age – so it could save parents money further down the line.
It consists of a height-adjustable chair for younger babies, with a removable booster seat that can be used on a regular chair when the child is older.
High chair grows with your child
Which? home editor Liz Edwards says: ‘This isn’t the only seat that’s claimed to grow with your child – there are some that can last right into adulthood. But a high chair that can convert into a booster seat is likely to appeal to parents who are trying to cut down on the amount of baby equipment they’re accruing.’
This one hit the market too late to be included in our latest batch of high chair lab tests, but our current Best Buy high chairs start at £22, and can be seen along with the other high chairs we’ve tested by reading our online high chair reviews.
Reclining high chair seat
The seat can be reclined into three back positions, and the footrest can also be adjusted – so if baby fancies a nap after eating he can drift off comfortably, without being disturbed.
A five-point safety harness helps to keep the child safely in place whether they’re eating or relaxing, and the dishwasher-safe tray should be easy to keep clean.
The Graco DuoDiner is available for £129.99.
Saving money on high chairs and more
Buying everything you need for a new baby can be expensive, but it’s possible to save plenty if you buy second hand. We take a look at the best places to buy second hand baby equipment, and advise you on what to look out for in terms of safety in our guide to buying second-hand baby equipment.