Product Review: Travel Highchair

It’s usual to find a restaurant these days that doesn’t have a high chair, but there are other uses for a travel high chair.  Perhaps you are visiting relatives that don’t have one, or you have friends for dinner that have a little one.  Rather than be stuck with a baby on your lap while you’re trying to enjoy a nice meal and good company, stick that kid in a travel high chair!

Brica

Brica

There are a couple of good options out there, depending on your needs. A great one for the price is the BRICA Fold N’ Go Travel Booster Seat. It folds up flat, weighs 1.8 lbs and will hold a child that weighs up to 40 lbs. We took this one on our latest trip and it was worth every penny. We stayed in a suite with a kitchen, so Franci had lots of meals and snacks strapped in her portable chair.

 

 

 

Inglesina

Inglesina

My sister-in-law has loved her Munchkin Travel Booster Seat. She said she used it all the time before her girls could use a regular chair, and I can attest that it worked great. Unlike a regular high chair, it’s small enough to store easily and bring out when you have younger cousins visiting. It doesn’t fold up flat, but it has a storage area in the seat and holds a child up to 50 lbs.

 

 

 

Munchkin

Munchkin

If you are looking for something a little more sturdy or permanent, we like the Inglesina Fast Table Chair. It folds flat for easy storage and attaches to the table, not a chair. Out of the three, it’s the easiest to clean since you can throw the whole seat into the wash. Since it attaches to the table, the max recommended weight is 37 lbs.

 

 

 

 

Do you have any other suggestions for parents (or grandparents) who are looking for a portable high chair?

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