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Fisher-Price Booster Seat- Much Better Than A High Chair

Updated on January 28, 2016

Looking for a high-chair or booster seat for feeding baby and toddler that won't cost you a fortune?

The Fisher-Price Booster Seat is the perfect choice. The price is about a quarter of what a high chair would cost and this chair is perfect to take with you. I purchased this seat shortly after my first grandchild was born and now have two and another on the way. I use it at home and I take it on family vacations. This seat is so sturdy and easy to use that I think it will be around for many grandchildren to come!

Super Easy to Set Up

The Fisher-Price Booster Seat is quick and easy to strap onto a regular dining chair and is secured by one strap around the back of the chair and another strap underneath for a tight fit. There are also two interior straps with a center (between the legs) strap to keep baby safe. The seat can be easily unstrapped and folded to take on the go.

Adjustable Fit and Quick Clean

The tray on the seat has three adjustments to grow with baby and the seat strap is fully adjustable. My granddaughter is three and my grandson is two and they both still enjoy this chair and fit comfortably. This seat is so easy to wipe clean and the tray can even be put in the dishwasher. Since the booster seat attaches to a dining chair, it can be pulled right up to the table for family dinners.

I Love This Chair!

I highly recommend the Fisher-Price Booster Seat for the high quality at a reasonable price. After using it for three years and seeing how much my grandchildren have enjoyed it, I am extremely happy with my purchase!

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      TanoCalvenoa 3 years ago

      I can attest that these are great. I've got four kids, youngest is now 19 months old.

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 3 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      we had a similar one when the boys were little, very handy indeed :)

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      Susan Deppner 3 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Looking forward to when I need one of these - someday!

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      Robin S 3 years ago from USA

      I did the same thing for my grandkids. It's great!