When it comes time to choose a high chair for your little one, the possibilities are endless! The number of different kinds of high chairs out there is mind boggling, and once you are finished having little ones and they outgrow the high chair, you’re left with wondering what you’re going to do with the high chair now. Yes, you can donate it, perhaps to a women’s shelter, or a charity that helps families in need, or sell it in a yard sale or give it to a friend. Or…you could purchase an Abiie Beyond Junior Y Chair. This chair actually grows with your child and in a pinch, you can even use it for an extra chair for an adult when you have people over.
When the Abiie Beyond Junior Y Chair arrived, it was “some assembly required”, but it was super simple to put together and only took about 10 minutes. I loved how simple it was to adjust the height and to adjust the chair from being a high chair to being a chair an adult, up to 200 pounds, so it can be used for years. The tray has a removable tray cover, so you can use the cover, with indentions, for younger babies, then it can be removed as the child grows older.
Specifications for this chair are:
- Includes Food Tray & Dishwasher Safe Cover
- Includes Seat& Backrest Cushions
- Includes 5-pt & 3-pt Restraint Systems
- Dimension:17.7″Lx21.25″WxH33.5″H (44.5Lx54Wx85Hcm)
- Carton Size: 32″Lx22″Wx3.5″H (82Lx56Wx8.5Hcm)
- Chair Weight: 17 lbs (7.7 kg)
- Gross Weight: 20 lbs (9 kg)
- Wood Material: European beech wood
- Warranty: 3-year Limited Warranty plus Extended Plans
I also loved the fact that no part of this chair was man made wood. It was all natural wood and to me, that’s a big plus and means this chair will last a good, long time! Once the chair is put together, you won’t need any tools to adjust it when you want to change the height or move the footrest or seat, it just makes it so simple to use!
For those of you in California, the Abiie Junior Y Chair does meet and comply with the California California Air Resources Board (CARB) formaldehyde Phase 1 & 2. I also like the fact that the wood they use comes from a cultivated forest in Europe. For every beech tree used, several new trees are planted, making it sustainable for our future generations.