Baby Dan Danchair review
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- Converts to a chair
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The Baby Dan Danchair wooden high chair is suitable from six months, and the seat, footrest and safety brace can be adjusted as your child grows. It's designed with extra-long feet to prevent it from tipping, but do they work? We sent it to our high chair test lab for safety and usability testing, and gave it to a panel of parents, to find out.
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