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Costway 3 in 1 Convertible Wooden High Chair Baby Toddler Highchair w/ Cushion Pink

Item# SPM15642977024 | Model# BB5517PI | Added on August 10, 2020 |
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Costway 3 in 1 Convertible Wooden High Chair Baby Toddler Highchair w/ Cushion Pink
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This is our baby high chair which is a combination of the aesthetic inspiration of children's furniture design and the ergonomic concept of baby's growth. With a detachable and adjustable large tray, it can give your baby a good place to eat, play, learn and rest. The 3 in 1 versatile design allows our high chair to be switched to three different shapes to meet the baby's needs at different ages. Moreover, made of safe and durable materials, the quality of the chair is reliable. The five-point seat belt also can effectively prevent your baby from falling out of the chair due to climbing. If you are looking for such a high chair, this will be your best choice!

Features:
Made of food-grade PP and PE, non-toxic and odorless
Meet different growth needs with 3 in 1 convertible design
With adjustable and detachable tray for easy cleaning
Keep baby safe in place with 5-point harness
With a safety baffle and a free ASTM-tested wooden baffle for extra security
Removable PU cushion, soft and comfortable
Solid beech and stable structure ensure excellent load bearing
Legs with foot-pads effectively prevent skidding and avoid scratching the floor
Rounded corners effectively prevent your baby from being injured
Easy to assemble with detailed instruction and all hardware delivered

Specifications?
Color: Pink
Material: Beech Wooden Legs + PP Tray + PE Seat + PU Cushion
High Chair Size: 20.5" x 21.5" x 33" (L x W x H)
Short Feeding Chair Size: 17.5" x 17.5" x 26" (L x W x H)
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