Little Saints HiLo review

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RRP  £249.00
Little Saints HiLo Highchair

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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A stylish and contemporary highchair that can be easily transformed into a toddler chair. Not the most compact choice and quite pricey, but wins on versatility

The Hi-Lo is innovative, chic and very versatile. It can be used as a highchair initially, then you simply flip the seat over and it turns into a dining chair for a toddler. It’s got a large tray that’s removable and can be put in the dishwasher.

It’s got a large tray that’s removable and can be put in the dishwasher

It’s sturdy and there aren’t many nooks and crannies, although our testers found the cotton cushion hard to clean.
While it’s stylish and contemporary, the Hi-Lo is on the bulky side, taking up a lot of space, so wouldn’t be ideal for smaller homes, especially as it doesn’t fold.  Some of our testers felt it looked quite plastic too and found the harness fiddly to use.  They didn’t feel that it worked well for young babies, more so for children of a year plus.
A pricey option, but if you’ve got bags of room, the Hi-Lo will make an attractive addition to your home.

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Little Saints HiLo Highchair

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