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IKEA Antilop Highchair

LOVE: 240 NEUTRAL: 56
REGRET: 9 WANT: 111

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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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LOVE: 240 NEUTRAL: 56
REGRET: 9 WANT: 111
  • A must for baby led weaning. Just rinse when you are finished, no cracks or cushions to trap funk. Apr 25, 2018

  • I bought this to use an outdoor highchair. It serves its purpose but I'm not sure I would recommend this as a main highchair. Apr 24, 2018

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  • A must for baby led weaning. Just rinse when you are finished, no cracks or cushions to trap funk. Apr 25, 2018

  • I bought this to use an outdoor highchair. It serves its purpose but I'm not sure I would recommend this as a main highchair. Apr 24, 2018

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  • Q: If we add the pad will my large (almost 16 lbs) 4 month be able to use this chair?

    asked by Libby G. - Nov 17, 2014

  • The pad is cheap enough you should get it and remove it if they seem squished. I think its $5? Once my LO outgrew it we washed the pad and she sits on it in her room! Its easy to take out.

    Lesly S. - Nov 17, 2014

  • i would not recommend this chair if your baby cannot sit up fully on their own. but once they are sitting up i think it would be fine to add a pad.

    Tiffany G. - Nov 17, 2014

  • 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.

    Raquel W. - Nov 17, 2014

  • Pad worked great for us from about that age. We took it out when he was about 10 months old.

    Anne H. - Nov 17, 2014

  • I used some blankets for extra padding starting around then and it's only gotten better as he's able to sit up on his own. Highly recommended!

    Jenna A. - Nov 17, 2014

  • 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.

    Jane M. - Nov 22, 2014

  • Q: Is there a trick to removing the tray from this highchair? It's supposedly removable, but seems completely stuck.

    asked by Secretly Expecting - Mar 23, 2014

  • There are 2 clips just over the leg holes that you need to release.

    Michelle K. - Mar 23, 2014

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