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Keekaroo Height Right High Chair with Infant Seat & Tray

Item# 268-KEE019-1-AF | Model# 0051401KR-0002 | Added on June 29, 2012 |
Sold by Hayneedle a SYW Online store
Keekaroo Height Right High Chair with Infant Seat & Tray
$206.03
$316.97
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Description
Dimensions: 17.75W x 21.5D x 33.5H inches. Eco-friendly rubberwood construction. Depth/height adjust from 6 months to adult. Cherry latex-free plastic infant seat and wood feeding tray. Includes a plastic tray cover. Capacity 250 lbs, JPMA certified. Manufacturer's 5-year warranty. You wish your baby would stay tiny but babies never honor that wish. Thankfully the Keekaroo Height Right High Chair - Cherry with Infant Seat & Tray will grow right along with your tot. This strong rubberwood chair with natural finish includes a seat that's adjustable in height and depth from 6 months to adult. The footrest can be raised to just the right spot for supportive comfortable dining. No more squirming! A 3-point safety belt is included. Holds up to 250 pounds. It's backed by a 5-year warranty. Assembles easily. Using the High Chair's 3-point harness the Infant Seat slips in to provide cushy support and security to children still discovering their balance. High sides hold them straight and the integrated pommel keeps them from squirming loose. But why squirm? The latex-free Cherry-colored seat is soft and comfortable impermeable to fluids and easy to clean. The Keekaroo Feeding Tray has a natural satin finish to match the Height Right Chair and cleans easily with a wipe. It includes a built-in ledge to keep dishes toys and spills under control. The tray removes easily out of your way while you load and unload your happy toddler. Keekaroo cares about the environment. That's why they use ... read more
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