BabyBjörn Debuts New High Chair

08/23/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy BabyBjörn

Famous for their simple and modern design, BabyBjorn has added another cool product — a high chair ($300) — to their collection.

Available in white, the sturdy and well-made chair is the perfect height. Plus, it folds up easily and compactly.

You can even take the legs off to make it smaller.

If you’re used to a 5-point harness, you may balk at the 3-point harness. But we found it perfectly secure because it features unique two-step locks that can only be opened by an adult.

Just remember, it’s definitely meant for a child who can sit up on their own (there’s no recline setting).

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Karen on

It’s unremarkable and expensive.

mommymay on

looks exactly like the ones you would find at IKEA. $300 for a highchair is crazy.

Cammy on

Mommymay, I was just thinking that it looked very IKEA. It’s hard to tell, but it looks rather flimsy. I preferred our Chicco high chair – it seemed much sturdier than the one in the picture…..

katie on

$35 for a ikea high chair with a decent sized tray… or $300 for this?

Sam on

Looks uncomfortable for the child. Sort of straight-jacket looking to me.

poppykai on

This seems about as interesting as the Porsche stroller that was posted a few days ago. Unless the model/Dad comes with it, I am not seeing the value🙂

CH on

Oh WOW! i soo agree with the other moms! $300 for what?!?! That thing doesn’t even look like a chair or even comfy. I know they CLAIM it has a 3point harness system and something else to keep the child from getting out, but i could assure you, my kids would of been out of that chair in a heartbeat! I’m sorry. Even if i was rich, i’m pratical, and this isn’t worth $300.

Kresta on

It looks really uncomfortable and the child looks so cramped in it.

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