Chicco Pocket Snack Booster Seat review

from Chicco
RRP  £29.99

by motherandbaby |
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Chicco’s Pocket Snack Booster Seat has all the functionality of a high chair but folds down neatly and is transportable. It’s great for picnics, camping, visiting and general use on days out or when eating out. The booster seat is easy to use and set up, and the straps are easy to adjust. The height of the chair can be manoeuvred according to the height of a table and it is sturdy. The product is lightweight, brightly coloured and wipes clean.  The tray is a good size and can be removed.

The seat isn’t cushioned and might not be all that comfortable for long periods of time and the back rest is quite short; the legs on the bottom can also be a bit stiff – but these are the only issues with a really excellent product that is versatile and great value for money!

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Product Information

  • Lightweight and portable booster

  • Attaches to a dining chair with straps

  • Allows your child to sit at the table with you

  • Easy to use and adjust in height

  • Adjustable and removable tray

  • 3-point safety belt keeps your little one snug

  • Ideal from 6 months to 3 years of age

  • Depth: 37cm

  • Height: 49cm

  • Weight: 2.2kg

  • Width: 34cm

  • Please note: This seat is not suitable to be used as a floor seat and should be secured to a dining chair with the safety straps provided

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