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Leander High Chair

Leander High Chair

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    Stylish, smooth edges and baby loves it


    Looks fantastic and my one year old baby loves it. Easy to use, clean and baby goes in without a fuss!

    Would second the other review in that I’ve seen her try and climb out of it but you must never leave your baby in any high chair. Getting the (expensive) cushion soon which should eliminate baby’s ability to try and stand.

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    LeenLittle bay

    Worst buy ever!!!!


    A big NO NO!!! In don't understand how any one could design a highchair with not considering SAFETY FIRST.. where is the seat belt??? Or little 14 month old is climbing out of it! Yes there is a safety belt, but ones it's smaller you can't fit the table any more! So expensive and it's worth nothing!!

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    Questions & Answers


    Is the safety bar supposed to be flexible, I’m trying to install it to the back of the chair but I feel like I really need to squeeze it together hard and it feels like the wood is going to crack before I can slid/fit it in

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    Hi I felt like that too but it was a case of needing it for safety so my husband just did it and it didn’t break. I guess they just are stronger than you’d think! After all the whole chair is rated high on weight bearing. We love our chair but the three year old granddaughter no longer needs it and there are 2 new babies almost the same age so we are contemplating another chair.

    A Wilson
    A Wilsonasked

    Hi, I have just begun using the Leander high chair with the safety bar, tray and cushion and am finding it difficult to place my 6 month old in and out of the seat. It is a tight squeeze. I am worried he will quickly outgrow the safety bar before he is able to sit without it. Is this a problem you have seen? Would you be able to offer any advice?

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    Jenine K.Leander

    Hi, Good question! The technique is to lift your child and place them into the highchair from behind. This way you have one hand to hold your child, and the other to help their legs through. The design of the safety bar is such that it can be used without a harness so it is snug on purpose for safety. It also has two settings, so the outer settings can be used to create more space. Hope this helps :)

    A Wilson
    A Wilson

    Yes, that does help; thank you. If I may ask another question: I am using the tray; will this clip on if the safety bar is on the tighter setting?


    Hi - yes it does. And taking the child in and out from behind is definitely the answer for your first question. Don’t forget to lower the step as she grows. Also when the get big enough and sit properly, removing the cushion creates a lot more room. Our granddaughter is a large child nearly turning 3 (but needs size 4 and 5 clothing) and we have only just removed the tray and safety bar altogether. She climbs up onto the raised seat very safely as the chair is so well balanced and loves it.


    How much weight will this chair hold? Thinking of using it in the nursery while we gently rock our grandchild to sleep.

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    Hi, based on the Danish by Design website it can take up to 130kg. I'm assuming you just want to use it as a normal adult chair (not a rocking chair, which wouldn't work hehehe) until the baby is old enough to use it as a high chair. Hope that helps!


    And why would it not work as a rocking chair? This grandbaby is very active and easily distracted. The "bounce" of this chair might be just what he needs to relax and go to sleep. Our nursery is very small & won't hold a normal rocking chair.

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    CategoryHigh Chairs
    Price (RRP)$299.95
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