Cheap and can be fixed
I bought this second hand and I have used it for 2 children - the older child was in the 97th percentile of charts. So he isn't small and yes there is an issue with the crutch bar, it made it very hard to get chubby legs in and rubbed shins painfully. So, I looked under and found the screws and removed it. It works a whole lot better. Also because, I like to have a crutch bar, I tied a ribbon from the top to and thread it through the seat buckle and knotted it there. I also had an issue with the foot rest, it kept falling off, so I just left it...off. What I do like, is that the tray is adjustable, so it can get a bit closer to the baby, so if food falls off, then I can fall on the tray but there is still a gap. So I use those food catcher bibs. I also like that it has a 5 point harness for those babies that try to climb out of their high chair. I also like that it is easy to wipe and clean and packs back into the small box for the next kid when needed.
Purchased for $5.00.
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.
Easy to clean with 5 point harness
I wanted a basic high hair that was easy to clean with a 5 point harness. This ticks those boxes. My child has used it since he could sit up unassisted (he is now 14 months old) and he seems to find it comfortable enough. It is lightweight and easy to move around the house and easy to take the legs off to put it in the car if we need to take it somewhere. There are only a few down sides: legs stick out a bit and can be a tripping hazard, cup holder is too small for cups with handles.
Good priced simple high chair.
I wanted an easy clean high chair with a five point harness.
I found this high chair was easy to assemble and overall it has been easy to use.
I have found that my baby needs to bend his legs to get in and out of the chair. Sometimes he needs help with this.
I did find this difficult at first but both baby and I have now mostly mastered the art of getting in and out of the high chair.
The chair is also very light so that it can be moved easily.
Easy to clean, tray can be removed/ adjusted easily.harness is easy to buckle up/ undo.
My baby sometimes needs help to get his legs out of the chair.
A simple, well priced chair
We didn't want to pay a fortune for a chair and wanted something that would be easy to clean and this chair ticks both of those boxes. It was SIMPLE to put together, the tray slides on and off with ease and it's easy and quick to wipe down. It also doesn't take up too much room and is light to pick up and move around.
We do put a rolled up towel behind bub as she's still a bit too small to fully reach the tray but that doesn't bother us at all.
So far, so good -- No hassles, would recommend.
Price, Easy to clean and put together
Would like it to fold flat
Good for the price
This high chair is easy to assemble, easy to use and generally pretty easy to clean. It's great that is also turns into a 'low' chair and has a good clean all white look about it with a large tray and cup holder. My 5 month old does get tired sitting in it though as the back is very upright and not adjustable at all but I think this won't worry us as he gets a little bit bigger and is able to sit upright for longer periods of time. For now we have put rolled towels down the sides which seems to add enough support. The 5 point harness is also a...good feature for the price as compared to say the Ikea chairs which are a similar budget. I would prefer if it folded flat to store but again for the price you can't expect to have everything! Easy to use, easy to clean, looks modern/unobtrusive, well priced. Would be better with adjustable backrest and if it folded flat for storage.
Good basic high chair
We started doing baby-led weaning (or baby-led solids) with our daughter about 4 months ago, when she was 6 months old. When you let your baby feed herself from this age you really need a high chair that's easy to clean and this mostly fits the bill. There are still little gaps where food can get trapped and the straps look like they need a wash. Just need to dig out the instructions to see how to do this.
When we started putting our baby in it she was very small and looked a bit uncomfortable. A padded cushion might have helped at this sta...ge but more to 'boost' her a bit as she was not sitting well and tended to list to one side, even strapped in. The tray was also a bit deep for her to find the food on it. But she's using it like a pro now. And it's so cheap!! Price, easy to assemble, mostly easy to clean Small gaps to catch food, probably not the most comfortable but lack of cushion makes easier to clean
After watching my friends having to scrub clean their high chairs for their bubs, i decided i wouldnt be getting a very exspensive high chair, and i wanted something that i would be getting a lot of use out of it. after looking around i decide to give the zuzu luna ago best thing. easy to clean (i have a very messy toddler at meal times) and all my friends love it as well.
Easy to clean, stable. affordable
Good affordable chair
I bought an expensive padded chair for my last baby - what a waste of money - who needs crevices and padding to clean! A hard plastic chair like this one is so much better. I found this chair generally brilliant with only a couple of quibbles. It was functional and it did the job.
I don't know whether my son was unusually large but I was unable to get him in and out of the chair without hurting his legs due to the plastic guard that goes between the legs. However with a screwdriver and a bit of effort I was able to remove this guard. He was ...still safe as he was strapped in with the harness. The only other thing I would say is that the footrest was impossible to get on and once it was on, it didn't stay that way - the slightest bit of pressure would send it crashing to the floor. We ended up throwing it out. Which means his feet just dangle in mid air while he is in it, but that doesn't seem to bother him (not that he could tell me if it did!) Easy to clean, nice safe harness, tray was really easy to remove and clean. Hard to get baby in and out of it!
Inexpensive, versate and easy-clean
I'd been warned against getting a 'luxury' padded chair because they're bulky and difficult to keep clean. The Luna is all plastic, other than the 5-point safety harness, and doesn't have any crevices that are hard to clean. It's white colour means it doesn't clash with other decor. It's great how its life extends beyond just being a high chair as it converts to a low plastic chair (with straps removed).
Easy-clean, convertible, not unnecessarily large, safety harness.
Foot rest often falls off. Not really height adjustable if you wish to use it at the dining table.
Good, but not very comfy for bub
This chair is very reasonably priced compared to lots of chairs. It's sturdy and easy to wipe clean. However, with no padding, I don't think it's very comfortable for bub. It's his first high chair, so maybe he wouldn't like any, but he doesn't seem to want to be in it for long.
Sturdy, inexpensive, easy to clean, not as ugly as some
Not very comfortable
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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