Is the tray heighth adjustable?
We have had this chair for three children over six years. We adjust the seat as our baby grows, then remove the tray and slide it up to the table like a normal (seatbelted) chair when she's older. We also take it apart and store it for a few months between babies :-) ans it's very easy to put back together. The cushions come off for easy soap-and-water washing. Unlike other high chairs, it doesn't take up a ton of space, isn't made out of plastic, and doesn't scrape our floors. You cannot remove the tray without releasing both sides (which you CAN do with one hand, but it takes twice as long) but I think that's the trade off for a slim design. Made right here in the USA....
Height Right Mahogany High Chair with Tray
Make mealtimes safe and easy with this mahogany high chair tray from Keekaroo. With an ergonomically designed headrest, three-point safety belt, and sturdy base, this BPA-free, wooden high chair keeps your child secure and comfortable.
ITEM#: 13193248The Keekaroo Height Right wooden high chair with tray offers the safe seat your child needs during mealtime. A BPA-free tray is removable and dishwasher safe.
- Includes a wooden tray with BPA-free plastic tray cover
- 3-point safety belt
- Passive restraint
- JPMA certified to the highest ASTM standards
- Depth- and height-adjustable seat and footplate
- Ergonomic design of the backrest allows for a comfortable seating position
- The BPA-free plastic tray cover is dishwasher safe
- Made of environmentally friendly, durable Rubberwood
- Sturdy base resists tipping
- Color options: Mahogany
- Materials: Rubberwood
- Dimensions: 36 inches high x 21 inches wide x 10 inches deep
- Seat Height: 16.5 inches to 24 inches high
- Weight/age range: 6 months to 250 pounds
- Seat belt: 3-point harness
- When used with the wooden tray, this system is JPMA certified to the highest ASTM standards for children up to 3 years old
|High Chair Type||Booster|
|Dimensions||see product description|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year Manufacturer|
|Materials||Rubberwood and Polymer|
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We have had this chair for three children over six years. We adjust the seat as our baby grows, then remove the tray and slide it up to the table like a normal (seatbelted) chair when she's older. We also take it apart and store it for a few months between babies :-) ans it's very easy to put back together. The cushions come off for easy soap-and-water washing. Unlike other high chairs, it doesn't take up a ton of space, isn't made out of plastic, and doesn't scrape our floors. You cannot remove the tray without releasing both sides (which you CAN do with one hand, but it takes twice as long) but I think that's the trade off for a slim design. Made right here in the USA.Read More
The chair is beautiful, classy and has a slim profile. I am very pleased with my purchase. A comparable chair, the Stokke, would have been $350 with a tray. What was a pain though...the instructions for assembly. After I spent an hour assembling it, I had to take apart and lower the seat for my 7 month old. The instructions direct you to place seat in first (top) slot. If u do this, the tray is below, below baby's waist and I feared my baby would tip out. It was just plain awkward. Plus there was very little clearance between bottom of tray and top of baby's legs. After lowering the seat (but had to ditch one part to accomplish that) it works fine. Overall, I love it. But save yourself alot of time and headache and do not install seat in top slot.Read More
Purchased this for my second grandchild to match oe purchased for my first grandson. The quality is excellent. It is extremely durable. Would definitely purchas again as well as recommend to others. Overstock never lets me down in price, quality and service.Read More
Love our new chair. We didn't want to buy a new plastic chair when our 6 month old started solids, so we decided to get our 2 year old a big girl chair and let the baby use her old one. This is perfect, as it blends in with our kitchen table chairs. We used the tray for a few weeks, and now she sits right up to the table no problem. The tray was very easy to remove and clean. She can climb up herself easily. Don't know how the Stokke would have been better!Read More
The high chair is very sturdy and seems like could be passed down from generation to generation. It is cute in my mid century, mad men era kitchen, breakfast nook combo.Read More
I bought two of these chairs; one for my house and one for the my daughter's baby. Then the Great Grands also had me order them one. So I've bought 3 so far and recommend it to anyone starting a family or starting with grandchildren. This chair is very well made and though it is more expensive than the plastic and metal chairs you can get at the department stores it will be used for a long time after the baby is grown. It's adjustability allows it to go from high chair to booster chair to a chair that sits slightly higher than your average dining chair. This will be your childs favorite chair for a long time. With the 250lb limit and the adjustable foot rest it can also serve as a wonderful step stool for you or the kids. The additional seat pads are very nice also but not absolutely necessary.Read More
I ordered this for our 11 month old grandaughter. She loves being at the table with everyone else while we eat. I really love the plastic cover too. It keeps the wood looking pretty. It is made of high quality wood. I order everything from overstock. I have furnished my home with overstock items of all kinds. I have not been disappointed yet. I have found many very good deals and will continue buying from overstock for all my needs.Read More
I love this chair! Our sun is autistic and we needed a chair like that to help im stay at the table. At first we heard about the Tripp Trapp chair and doing A LOT of research, we found the Keekeroo! Better price and looking AND shipping free!!! I would be glad to sell it here!!!Read More
This chair is great....easy to clean up, no crevices for food to hide. The tray snaps off and cleans easily. Our little 13 month old fits very well and safely in the straps and seat. Glad to be rid of our old high chair from our first two babies!Read More
We have just had this chair for a short time but it seems like it will be a great chair for many years. Our five year Special Needs granddaughter is much more comfortable at the dinner table now. We had been using a booster seat but she was too big for it. Shipping was prompt.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello belltownmama, No, but the depth and height of the seat are adjustable. Thank you for shopping with us!
Does the product include the fiber cloth cushion seen in photo?
Thank you for shopping with us inquisitive2. Yes the cloth cushion is included. Have a great day.
Hi, I'm just wondering how the harness works/ where it goes to help restrain the child? I noticed it says "3 point" and "passive", but just needed further clarification. Does it go up over the shoulders, or just around the croutch? I couldn't tell by any of the images provided on your website.
Thanks for your interest, I was not able to find much on the straps. I did find a video that shows where and how the straps would hold your child in the chair. Please see the link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waJ2y4D5_xs
The straps buckle only around the crotch. Fine for my 2 yr old, but doesn't prevent tipping forward.
Does this chair fold?
there are several adjustment settings
I just bought the mahogany height right chair and want to order a tray. Is that possible? I just received the chair.
We''re sorry, but we don''t sell just the tray.
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