We choose this product thinking it would be perfect to wheel between indoor dinning areas. To move the chair you have to press two very stiff buttons and even then the wheels are not smooth. It’s very hard to physically hold the buttons, moreover It also only goes in straight lines so you often have to go back and forward to make a simple move. If you want easy to navigate don’t buy this chair.
Purchased in March 2021 for $280.00.
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Bulky and hard to clean
After reading so many positive reviews I purchased this chair. Unfortunately I am very disappointed.
-.Extremely hard to clean - not the tray but the seat which has many places that food can get stuck. Also on the buckle- I have no idea how to get the food out that is stuck inside which means I will forever have food rotting.
- uncomfortable fake leather seat means very hot sticky Bub - especially in hot weather.
- very very Hard to move around. :( - The most important aspect of my high chair purchase was the mobility. I wanted to be able...
Over-engineered high chair
It's a solid unit, that's for sure. Rather heavy and very hard to move around - you have to depress two buttons and this releases the front wheels to turn. Once you have managed to press both buttons, the chair can turn, albeit with the turning circle of an oil tanker. This mechanism is clunky and over-engineered.
The tray slides in to two holes on the frame. Be careful here as you can easily trap baby's fingers. You have to squeeze a lever on the tray to ensure the tray rods slide into the holes on the frame. Again - just so over-engineered...! Another negative about the tray is that the bottom of it has lots of edges and structural plastic which is a nightmare to clean, and just happens to be the part that babies will grab and investigate with their mucky hands. Poor design. The seat is a sort of faux-leather which isn't the easiest to clean, and has many nooks and crannies that will collect (and hide) food over time. The seat straps are very hard to adjust, and the clasp is rather angry looking with quite hard edges - be careful not to get your baby's fingers trapped in this as I'd imagine it would hurt.
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Questions & Answers
Does any one happen to know if seat cover is the same size as the peg perego zero high chair? They look the same and need a replacement seat cover. Hoping this would fit???
Unfortunately, we are not sure about other Brand products. Could you please confirm the Dimensions so we check that for you?
I would like to have more information about this high chair, looked on Google, found this website:
But unfortunately, it did not work properly. Is there anywhere else that I could find more info about this product as well as the manufacturer?
I had the same issue. I felt the Star Kidz website did not have enough information and I wondered about the validity of it. (This high chair was called the 'Bimbori' on their website, but called the 'Bimberi' on Nanny Annie. Turns out it is 'Bimberi', as that is what was printed on the box). Instead I had to use the information available on the Nanny Annie product page where I purchased it from (http://www.nanny-annie.com/sk-bimberi-high-chair-grey). Not sure if Star Kidz is a brand that's exclusive to Nanny Annie because I couldn't find it anywhere else .
I have same problem with fitting front wheels..i couldn't find the axel in my box.. Instruction boom say remove the cover of legs.. Does anyone know what is the right way?
The axel is inside the aluminum frame. You will to remove the plastic cap to take out the axel
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