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If you own an Argos Cuggl Little Sheep Deluxe, Plum Deluxe or Pumpkin Deluxe high chair, you should stop using it immediately.
Our thorough high chair testing checks for and unearths all sorts of potential dangers that you need to consider when buying a high chair.
Our latest tests have covered models ranging in price from £30 to £200 and uncovered an easy to fold Best Buy high chair and a Don’t Buy high chair that’s a potential safety risk.
The Cuggl Mushroom High Chair is being recalled because it poses a child safety risk, Argos has announced. Find out how to check, and what to do, if you own the potentially unsafe Cuggl high chair.
Stokke has announced it is recalling the Steps Bouncer and the Steps Newborn Set due to a flaw in the way they attach to the Stokke Steps high chair. It poses a potential fall hazard to children.
We first tested the Stokke Tripp Trapp in 2009, and have retested it to see how it measures up in 2019, and whether other convertible wooden high chairs are giving the Tripp Trapp a run for its money. We've also just published new reviews of nine other high chairs, including a retest of the Chicco Polly Magic and tests on two Hauck models.
April’s Specialbuys at Aldi for baby and child include a rocking chair (£149.99), a Motorola video baby monitor (£79.99), a Mamia baby carrier (£13.99) and a high chair (£19.99). As with all Aldi Specialbuys they aren’t going to stick around for long. So is it worth rushing to your nearest store to pick up a baby bargain?
Read our latest reviews of 15 popular high chairs, including three so good we've named them Which? Best Buys.
Top five high chairs for your Christmas dinner table - from Stokke Tripp Trapp to Oxo Tot Sprout, we suggest the best high chairs to pull up to the table this festive season