Your child will dine in style with Ikea's white/silver ANTILOP Highchair with safety belt and white highchair tray. It is easy to disassemble and transport. Safety belt included. This product does require assembly. Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.
what parents are saying
This chair is good enough to start with. Easy to clean and transport to grandmas, we tend to trip over the legs because they are wider than the chair for support. (Nov 03, 2017)
Sometimes, you just can't beat Ikea: at just $20 ($30 with the infant cushion), this highchair is lightweight, easy to clean, and compact. More than one weeSpring mom confessed that they traded in their $300 high chairs for this one. You can literally hose it down to clean it; one mom said, "After a night of spaghetti, throw this in the shower and call it a day."
The Catch: the tray can be tough to remove.
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Just got this and so far love the simplicity. Need more time to decide if it's a Love or Regret. Good price point but cost adds up quickly after purchasing accessories like footrest and cushion.
Feb 23, 2022
We started with this highchair and it served us well. It's cheap & easy to clean. I broke the tray pretty easily early on though, and then we spent more money on highchair accessories than the chair.
Aug 29, 2020
Did your kiddo become a crazed sharknado during mealtime? No worries, this high chair cleans up so easily. Just watch the legs! They jet out and we trip over them almost constantly! Otherwise 100%!
May 27, 2020
This is by far the BEST high chair at the best price. It stores easily, and is lightweight to move around. I actually sold our big fully loaded high chair to replace with this one, so easy to clean to
Apr 29, 2020
The best! So easy to clean, lightweight, and all you really need. Don't waste money on a fancy seat they will quickly grow out of and get so messy. Go the affordable, easy to clean time saving route.
Feb 14, 2020
Easy to clean, economical and small but not for use for tiny babies or babies under 6-7 months old. I prefer cushions for the little ones. Gets the job done for toddlers though and it’s cute.
Feb 08, 2020
This is the best high chair! I can take it apart and take it with me on the go, and when it's dirty, I can stick the whole thing in the dishwasher! Get the cushion for extra comfort for baby!
Oct 30, 2019
Have these for my twins. Love the simplicity and ease of cleaning. When I found these, I sold my fancy high chair immediately. I love that their footprint is small compared to a cushy highchair.
Aug 23, 2019
We returned our other high chair when we discovered this one. It’s so easy to clean and has a simple, clean look. Especially great if you’re doing baby led weaning (which creates lots of messes!).
Aug 10, 2019
Economical little chair for an extra, and dandy for an everyday chair too. Easy to clean. The little 'pins' in the legs stopped working for us so the legs didn't secure to the base, but still works.
Jun 30, 2019
I love the minimalistic look of this and how light it is! We travel a lot during the summer so it will be easy to take with us. There's also Etsy shops that make accessories for this which is fun!
Apr 20, 2019
Its a quick alternative for grandparents house. Not comfortable but you can put a towel in the back to add support for younger kids. The straps seem useless but you get what you pay for. easy to clean
Feb 23, 2019
I love that this high chair is inexpensive, modern looking and has no fabric! The tray is impossible to get off, but we've solved that problem by using Summer Infant Tiny Diner placemats on the tray.
Feb 04, 2018
Absolutely! The pad is very affordable as another parent has mentioned so trying it should be easy and it is also very adjustable. Because you blow it up yourself you can make it thinner or thicker depending on how much support your little one needs.
Initially I thought I shouldn't have gotten the pad, because it seemed like a tight fit. But as my daughter grew up and lost her baby chub, I'm actually thrilled I still have it. As a toddler, if I put her in with the pad I can be lazy about buckling her in (not advocating it, but my she is pretty good about staying put and I don't leave the room). Without the pad she's less comfy and contained.