East Coast Dine and Recline

from East Coast
RRP  £99.99
East Coast Dine and Recline Highchair

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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A very flexible model that has lots of different height and recline options and can be used with or without a tray for even more versatility. Can be folded for storing, but takes up a lot of room when in use.

The Dine and Recline is a versatile model with plenty of features that has the flexibility of being able to be used with or without the tray. It’s a good all rounder that has handy wheels to help it move about and it can be folded away for easy storage. There are lots of useful features - the top tray has separate sections for food and drink and the highchair can stand freely when folded. Once assembled the base is very large, however, and takes up a lot of room, so avoid if your kitchen or home is on the small side.

Its flexible to use, with five seat heights, three recline posistions and a footrest that can be adjusted to three different levels.However, it failed to impress some of our testers, who felt it was better for older babies rather than those at the first stages of weaning because the recline seemed too steep for a younger baby. It is easy to keep clean though, with a large colourful seat that’s softly padded and completely wipable.

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East Coast Dine and Recline Highchair

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