One of the things that I look for being a mom of many children are products that can be used through multiple stages and with multiple children so I was very excited to be able to try out and review the 3-in-1 high chair from Ingenuity.This high chair has some great features but what love the most about it it that I can take the whole chair part off of it and attach it to a regular kitchen chair while the base is a great extra booster sized chair including a lap belt! Super handy when you have a baby as well as a toddler!! We have already been able to use this chair a lot as DS3 still needs a booster and DS4 is in the highchair with tray stage.
The High chair features 3-in-1 versatility by offering a full sized high chair, a toddler smart chair and a booster seat.
The highchair came in pieces that were very easy to put together. Everything simply snaps together or you push in the little metal button and slip inside the other tube. It was super easy and I didn't even need the instructions at all. Everything is super easy to figure out with easy to use levers to remove the chair easily and compartments that store the un-used buckles when they are not in use.
I really love that the chair is so gender neutral and fits all decor nicely. With baby girl on the way but older son's it is nice that I am able to use it with everyone!
My only dislike about this High chair is that it does not fold up which makes it not a great option for families with a small space who want to fold up the chair to take up less space between use. It does however come apart very easily and become quite compact for storage.
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