High chairs new Best Buy revealed by Which?But safety concerns uncovered with other models
24 March 2015
If you're after a new high chair, you'll be looking for something that keeps your little one safe and secure at mealtimes, as well as being easy to clean.
Our latest round of Which? high chairs testing has revealed one new high chair hero that impressed us and our parent testers enough in all these areas to become a Best Buy. But our in-depth lab tests also uncovered three models with potential safety concerns.
During our tests, the foot rests on two models broke off when 10kg was placed on them (that's about the weight of a one year old) and the feet on another model weren't attached securely enough and fell off, making the high chair unstable.
Which? is the only reviews website that puts high chairs through a range of tough safety and durability tests based on British Standards.
All high chairs we test are subjected to rigorous safety checking; they're scrutinised in our lab and then handed over to parents and their babies and toddlers to discover how easy they are to use on a day-to-day basis – so we can give you a verdict you can trust to help you choose your high chair with confidence.
Find out which models we rate Best Buys and which ones we have concerns about in our high chair reviews.
Best high chairs
Whether your budget is £50 or £500, we've reviewed high chairs to suit each baby's bottom. From the ultra cheap £9 Ikea Antilop, right up to premium high chairs costing hundreds of pounds, such as the Brother Max Scoop or the Bloom Fresco Chrome.
Is the high chair you've set your heart on in our list of recently tested high chairs, below?
- Bloom Nano Urban, £100
- Chicco Pocket Lunch, £50
- Cosatto Noodle Supa, £80
- East Coast Nursery Folding Wood, £60
- Graco Duo Diner, £96
- Ikea Antilop, £9
- Joie Mimzy Snacker, £60
- Mamas & Papas Knuma, £190
- Mamas & Papas Snax, £90
- Red Kite Feed Me Compact, £25