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    Hi All,

    Anyone knows whats the best place to find a Baby Feeding High Chair.

    Not an expensive, but good deal after all cashbacks & all.. :giggle:


    Please let me know if more detail is required.. Thanks.

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    Toys r us have one for £19.99, go through quidco for an extra 3% cashback or pick up at store.

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    Original Poster

    Thank you very much Aimee.. Will do that right away.. :thumbsup:

    Personally I found my highchair a bit of a waste of money as we only used it for about a year and then she refused to sit in it. If I had my time again, I would buy a strap on booster type seat and put it on one of the normal chairs at the table. We ended up buying one of these anyway so my little one can reach the table to eat with us now she is a toddler! Might be worth considering . . . you can get ones suitable from 6 months, that fold so you can take it away with you and with a tray for the messy first eating stages - all for about £20!

    Original Poster

    Thanks for the honest Feedback, but where would I find this one.

    Any idea Kimburlee??

    I know you can get them at Mothercare for £25
    mothercare.com/gp/…ore

    Or Kiddicare have one (although you have to spend over £50 for free delivery from them)
    kiddicare.com/web…633

    Or the best choice seems to be at Toys R Us
    toysrus.co.uk/Sea…rue

    We have the pink one that is £12.99 and it has been absolutely fine. If you want one that is more portable then they do have folding ones!

    Hope that helps!

    Original Poster

    Its always good to hold onto the fire.. :whistling:

    I think this one is good & very cheap.. In fact in the perfect range I was looking for.

    Thanks for your help & advice mate.. :thumbsup:

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    Kimburlee

    Personally I found my highchair a bit of a waste of money as we only used … Personally I found my highchair a bit of a waste of money as we only used it for about a year and then she refused to sit in it. If I had my time again, I would buy a strap on booster type seat and put it on one of the normal chairs at the table. We ended up buying one of these anyway so my little one can reach the table to eat with us now she is a toddler! Might be worth considering . . . you can get ones suitable from 6 months, that fold so you can take it away with you and with a tray for the messy first eating stages - all for about £20!




    I totally agree, save your money, we bought one of these from Argos its hard wearing and lasted through both kids. It collapses down to neatly fit in the corner of the boot of your car when visiting family or going away on holiday.

    argos.co.uk/sta…htm

    £12.99

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    UltimoScorpion

    I totally agree, save your money, we bought one of these from Argos its … I totally agree, save your money, we bought one of these from Argos its hard wearing and lasted through both kids. It collapses down to neatly fit in the corner of the boot of your car when visiting family or going away on holiday.http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3754535/Trail/C%24cip%3D1500009551.Baby%2Band%2Bnursery%3EC%24cip%3D1500009570.Highchairs.htm£12.99




    Hey UltimoScorpion,

    You seem to be a man on a mission, helping everybody today.

    Thanks for your help..

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    jngothi

    Hey UltimoScorpion,You seem to be a man on a mission, helping everybody … Hey UltimoScorpion,You seem to be a man on a mission, helping everybody today.Thanks for your help..



    I just know a lot of useless stuff! :giggle:

    Original Poster

    UltimoScorpion

    I just know a lot of useless stuff! :giggle:




    But thats really useful for us matey!!! :whistling:
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