High chairs come in many shapes, and that can sometimes be a problem. It’s shape may make it difficult to clean, and that’s especially true of those chairs with so many crevices where food can get stuck in. Often the problem is more basic, for example, the chair isn’t adjustable. This means you’ll inevitably have to buy another chair soon because children grow bigger quickly. In other cases, a high chair is supposed to be adjustable except that these adjustments aren’t all that easy to make. Some high chairs can cause babies to slip off the chair, and others are hard to move from one place to another. With the Boon Flair Pedestal Highchair, you won’t have any of these issues to contend with.
Features of the Boon Flair Pedestal
The one thing you’ll probably like about the Boon Flair Pedestal Highchair is the pneumatic lift. Basically, you don’t have to settle with preset heights or with hand-crank height adjustments. All you need to do is to step on the button at the base, and you can set the height precisely at the level you want. It’s no fuss at all. You can also adjust the height of the tray too.
The chair is designed to perch on a stem. It looks nice and the white and orange color scheme will suit both the child and the parents. The base is wide enough for stability at 23.5 inches in diameter, but the pedestal base fits well under tables. With its 6 urethane wheels, you don’t damage your floor when you move it from one room to another, and it glides very smoothly in all directions.
Safety is addressed properly, as it complies with ASTM F404 Standards. It can accommodate up to 50 pounds in weight, and children are kept secure in their place by a reliable 5-point harness. The brake makes it more difficult to move the chair, but a little movement is still allowed so that the chair won’t tip over. Best of all, there’s a safety post placed in a wedge in the seat pad, so the child doesn’t accidentally slip off beneath the food tray.
The seat is seamless, and the seat pad is removable for cleaning. You can just use disinfectant wipes to clean the seat and the seat pad. You can also use a soft cloth with warm water and mild soap to clean the safety straps and buckles along with the tray and tray liner. For the tray liner, you can also just put it in the top rack of the dishwasher.
Pros and Cons
Just about everything a parent is concerned about a high chair is addressed by the Flair high chair. First off, it’s not so difficult to set up. And then once you’re done, you’ll find that it is extremely easy to clean. It’s basically a matter of just wiping it down as you would clean your own dining table. You don’t have to contend with crevices and cracks where food can get in and which can be very hard to clean.
It’s also very mobile, and that’s a relief for many parents who keep moving the chair from one room to another. You can rely on the brake to keep your child from rolling away, but you also can relax about it tipping over because it rolls a little to prevent that sort of accident.
The tray height can also be adjusted, so your child can actually reach for their food. This may make it a bit messier come feeding time, but as the child grows bigger then they can feed themselves without a problem.
Of course, we’ll have to mention the ease of setting the height of the chair. This is in fact its main selling point, because it’s just a matter of stepping on a button to make the height adjustment. The height ranges from 21 to 26.25 inches, so you’ve got a lot of leeway. With this height range and weight limit of 50 pounds, you can use this until your child is 4 years old.
Finally, even the look of the chair is wonderful. It’s fun enough for children, but the retro vibe of the chair can at least mollify the aesthetic sensibilities of parents as well.
There’s just one drawback to the Flair, and that’s the price. This is one of the most expensive high chairs in the industry.
The main question here is if you can afford it. If it fits your budget, then get it because you won’t have any problems with this high chair at all. The Flair is beautiful, safe for children, and very easy for parents to use.
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