had a good share of the bad experience with this high chair
I bought this on sale thinking I could save some money and put it to good use. However after 3 days of using it, I decided to get a new one. I think the waist bar hits my baby and it hurts her.
Purchased in July 2020.
Absolute rubbish highchair. Can’t get my kids in it because the waist bar hits their shins and they scream! Brand new highchair, threw it to the tip! Maybe the part that goes across and between the legs should be able to be removed! Most cafes and restaurants around my area have the same rubbish high chairs. Heard so many parents complain about the same problem.
Practical chair and affordable
I bought this chair for my third child after having an expensive inglesina zuma chair which was a nightmare to clean and heavy. So I looked for an easy to clean lightweight chair. And that's exactly what this chair is. I put my baby in it from about 4 months. It has adjustable 5 point harness straps and easy to take out tray. The legs are easy enough to take off if you want to change the height of the chair. I am much happier with this chair than an expensive bulky chair with Velcro pads that gets food stuck in it.
About $40 at bigw. Go for it!
You get what you pay for
We purchased the ZuZu chair because I wanted something easy to clean but it was way too simple - no wheels, tray didn't slide towards child and was too far away from baby, no height adjustment to pull it up to the dinning table etc. - and to top it off my baby just did not look at all comfortable.
Ended up at the other end of the price scale paying $370 for a Boon which I don't regret it one bit. 100 times better than the ZuZu but I guess you do get what you pay for.
I think the ZuZu would be ok if you where purchasing for an older child (i...
Great chair at a great price
This is our fourth chair for our fourth baby. It is a great chair; easy to clean, five point harness, high back and adjustable/removeable tray. It can convert to a low chair and by removing the crotch bar; a toddler chair. You can take the legs off if you want to take it out with you - such as to someone's house for dinner. It is very easy to assemble. You can remove the tray to pull it up to the table, but it is about 1cm too high for our table. The seat doesn't recline or go up and down, but to be honest with you, these are gimmicks for...new parents. Highchairs are for eating in; not sleeping. Save your money and buy this basic chair and a decent rocker/bouncer/swing. Easy to clean, five point harness, high back, crotch bar, adjustable tray Can be difficult to get wiggly babies into the seat - my little guy always gets his feet stuck, the legs are wide and I trip over them all the time
As a first time Mum I was concerned about the lack of padding and tilt function on this chair but decided to purchase based on the reviews here and especially because of the ease in cleaning. Certainly can't complain! My son is only 5 months old and manages just fine without the tilting function. It's SO easy to clean, sturdy and he's very happy in it. The foot rest appears at first to be faulty but once installed properly, it's fine. I find the slightly lower overall height of the chair to be great as it means he's at the same level as we are at the dining table. Overall very happy with this purchase especially considering the fantastic price!
inexpensive, easy to clean, easy to assemble, good 5 point harness, adjustable/removable tray
Excellent, can't complain
This is the 3rd high chair I've bought. Totally satisfied with this one so far. It's very light to move around, easy to clean, no padding so doesn't make my baby (who's got very bad eczema) hot during the meal. Especially it's much cheaper than almost all other brands. We bought the IKEA Antilop one but none of my children liked it.
Easy to clean, simple, doesn't take much space
Not wrong, but I wish it could be fold up.
Easy clean chair!
As others have said its a great (i think better) alternative to the ikea antelop chair. It was easy to assemble and is so easy to use. Being all plastic you just wipe down with no crevices for food to get stuck into like you get with the big padded insert chairs (i dont need to wash anymore then i do thankyou ;) My bub likes sitting in it and is comfortable even without any padding. Unlike the ikea chair this one also has a high back, safety harness, removable leg rest for your bubs and its convertible to a toddler seat all for a great price !!...Plus as its available at big w its so easily available for anyone to buy! It also has the leg bar underneath so baby doesnt go sliding anywhere which i think is a clear must, but ive seen other chairs without them! The only one thing i would probably comment on is that the tray removal is a two handed action, so bit tricky if you are carrying baby. HOWEVER i dont personally take the tray on/off i just have it set and slide baby in and out (like the antelop chair) with no fuss! Inexpensive; great quality, easy to assemble & clean, good features; available everywhere & now comes in different colours!
Great economical highchair
I have just purchased the ZuZu Luna highchair after reading the great reviews on this site, and I must say I am glad I did! Friends had recommended the Ikea Antilop highchair, but in my opinion this chair has many more features. It is also white in colour, so can easily match any decor. I'm thinking I might even go back and buy another one for the grandparents place!
Excellent price (paid $39 on special - an absolute bargain for what you get!), very easy to put together and required no tools, super easy to clean (no cracks or padded cushions fo...
Overall I love this highchair. It is a cross between the old traditional style highchair and the Ikea Antilop highchair. Combines the great features of each to make a better highchair.
Goodbye dirty crevices that conceal dropped food!
5 point safety harness
Converts to toddler seat
Easy to clean
No hiding places for dropped food
Easily transportable once you remove the legs ...
Great alternative to IKEA antilop
I'm really happy with this highchair and especially love the price - it's excellent value for money so no regrets here!
Well priced; has a 5 point safety harness (unlike the Antilop); converts to a low chair and toddler seat, although I'm not sure I will actually use those; tray is super easy to remove; all plastic so easy to clean with very few spots for food to get trapped
Need to be careful not to pinch fingers when putting tray on and when bubs is little they can't reach the tray anyway (so I just leave it off); little babies will need a rolled up towel or similar to stay in place until they can sit up really well
Easy to clean, sturdy and safe. Bit on the ugly side, but it's a high chair.
This is a great alternative to the Antilop from Ikea. It was hard to decide between the two. They're similar in price (we paid $54 for it at Big W), both are really easy to clean, both easy to assemble/disassemble. The thing that sold it for us is that the Zuzu Luna has a 5-point harness - we'd used the Antilop at restaurants but the lap belt was no match for our squirmy baby. It also has an easily removable tray.
It can convert to a toddler's chair, which might come in handy at some point.
It's lightweight, but is still stable.
I was going to buy the Ikea Antilop, as I liked the idea of a plastic chair (easier to keep clean), but wasn't 100% happy with its appearance. I spotted the Luna in Big W and it was perfect for what I needed. Its SO easy to put together, and a dream to keep clean.
Easy to assemble, easy to keep clean, 5-point safety harness
I sometimes find it a little difficult to get my son out of the chair if he has shoes on, but he does have big feet.
Questions & Answers
Hi there! Is there a way of purchasing a replacement 5 point harness?
We got ours second hand and we are having trouble putting it together. The front legs are easy but the back ones are way to hard. Help please.
According to the instructions the legs all go in the same. I can't seem to post a photo of the instruction manual sorry.
How do you put the footrest on the zuzu luna convertable high chair. It just won't go on, what are we doing wrong?
Silly me, I did it myself, just a bit of thought and jiggling into place. Who's the engineer in our house?Why nana of course!!!!!!!!
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