All Highchair Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2019
Yeh Ikea one is probably good value for straight forward no nonsense highchair but this style is good for keeping wiggler/escape artist like our little man in his seat (the adjustable tray prevents him escaping like he does in more open styles like the ikea and mothercare ones) - road tested instore and found it was what we were looking for in terms of style and ease of use (our little man isnt a messy eater so just wiping the tray is usually sufficient clean up for us.) Would mention though the area of the base is nearly 90cm in-depth as oppose to other highchairs which probably cover 80cm so if you dont have enough floor space this might be a bit deep. Though talking of ikea their baby bath is very good size and value for bathing toddlers in once they can sit would highly recommend that. ikea Toddler bath
Lakeside and beckton had it on display as standard instore offer. So my guess is it is nationwide offer just instore where ever they have stock? May be call up in advance to the store you want to go to check and reserve stock?
@oyc - which store was this please?
Great price, but take it from someone who has two kids - these are a bugger to keep clean. The basic white IKEA highchair is still the best value in my opinion.
Great high chair at a great price, nice find (y)
It's still full price at Pontypridd store.
Got in Coventry retail park for 9.99 as well cheers
I got for £4.99 at new Martlesham store in Ipswich. Was listed on shelf £9.99 down from £19.99. Apparently a new store offer.. Loads in stock, got 2, 1 for grandparents.
Whitley bay had one earlier for 9.99 if that helps anybody
Someone else posted that they were £7.99 @ their store couple of days ago. Still up as £16.99 @ mine.
Seen the very same one at Asda today for £10 hundreds there.
It's probably been a moderator changing the image - I've had "misleading" comments myself and didn't cotton on till someone mentioned the image had been changed!
Whitley will add in details above as well (y) 🏽
There are four Aldi stores in Reading (no idea why), but all seem to have their own offers, so to help anyone who wants one which store please?
Done... not sure why it wasn’t added in the first place but hey ho
It's quite easy to edit your post! *sigh*! (nerd)
Just seen it for £12 instore oldham branch
Good item but full price and there are better deals out there!
It does. It's the parents/adults who are dangerous, as you admit!
The Ikea one doesn't have straps? That's dangerous...I almost learn it on the hard way. Asda one has straps but I had decide once not to put them, my little one was about 9 months, I was heating his meal, and like for 20 seconds I didn't had a look at home, when I had turned my back to check home, he was on the dinner table...I almost shit myself... So definitely buy something with straps, After 11 months or so, he will understand you more and he will know when you say it not to climb it and he will not do it.
I would say yes but depends on how big the child is. Mine is 13 months & a very big child & has plenty of space.
Do yourself a favour and buy an IKEA antilop. Easier to store, easier to clean, cheaper. Get one of those and she'll be annoyed she doesn't have one. Trust me, I'm a Dad (who went through both types).
Asda are also selling one which looks very similar that has been reduced down to £9 as I bought one.
Saw this in Tesco Nottingham top valley but none in stock. Looks like it may be nationwide
None in any Sainsbury’s stores in Nottingham. Lady did a search within a 50 mile radius and nothing in stock in any stores
You know they wanted to call this the "Sit 'n s%}t" XD
Great bit of kit
When you're in a hurry in the lashing rain or you're in and out with baby a lot during the day the base is really handy, I can strap him in with seatbelt no problem but clicking into base is so much easier and faster.
Yeah, I’m just tight! Didn’t want to fall into the trap of just buying everything so held off and didn’t need it in the end. Personal preference though!
Whilst it's not a deal breaker, bases are handy in my opinion - when you're in a hurry (e.g. it's lashing down with rain) it's much easier to just clip in/out, plus providing you fit the base correctly in the first place it eliminates the risk of getting it wrong/not tight enough etc. I've found it particularly handy with our second child as we have a 3 year old and newborn (plus associated luggage) to get in and out (and by necessity one of them has to be on the driver's side). As alexlea88 said, you can cope without (and some seats are quicker/easier to belt in than others), but if I had the choice of one with a base for a little more money I'd go for it (it didn't factor into our original choice of seat as we bought a travel system package but I've subsequently bought a base for both cars, I was lucky enough to pick two up for around the standard price for one - definitely for convenience rather than out of necessity).
Nice. We had a 13hour flight. When we looked around for ours we where specifically looking for one to adapt to our pushchair and worked out expensive. £35 is no brainer. Great if you have other nuna stuff. Be careful lugging it around with suitcases and hand luggages. The travel one we bought was ideal as we took it as hand luggage and was light meaning only his baby bag and the car seat to take on-board. Was a handful at times with the suitcases but the trolleys came handy. Good luck and enjoy.
I’m looking at the nuna juva whjch is £35 and airplane approved. Might get that as got a long haul trip to visit family coming up.
reduced to £92.50
In my day i sat mine in a cardboard box on the table Only kidding. Glad I'm out of the baby making game when i see the price of some of the stuff.
we have a tripp trap and our little one won't use it - prefers to sit on the adult dining chairs like everyone else. Luckily we got the tripp trapp second hand for £40 and while it was useful when he was a baby, now as a toddler a proper chair is just as good.
Yea once you’re getting into this price range nothing beats the Stokke Tripp Trapp, (which has stood the test of time for style too and so great resale price) -some sites do good deals on the tray / baby set bundles too.
This of the Ikea one?
These look fab
Thanks, bought two for the twins that Santa sent as an early Christmas present!
typially just over 50ish, according to Triple Camel Decent discount :)
Did they have many left? :)
This is a good Highchair, paid £55 for it in the summer :)