Pod Nui High Chair – Snow Flake
Feeding time can be difficult enough, so you need a high chair that is convenient, reliable and versatile.
The Pod Nui High Chair from bebe care is perfect for all of those dining room dates with your little one. It’s removable and adjustable tray is easy to operate, it is lightweight, has a removable footrest and has a stylish timber finish. Converting to either a handy low toddler seat or a fun junior rocking chair, it is the seat that grows with your child.
- 3-in-1 high chair with high mode, low toddler seat mode and an additional junior rocking chair feature
- Timber legs with for a classic look and finish
- Removable and adjustable tray
- Detachable Sub-Tray
- Removable footrest
- 5 point body harness
- Foam padding for added comfort
- Age Suitability6 months - 17 kg
- Carton Weight8.88 kg
- Hardgood MaterialTimber, Steel & Plastic
- Pack Size1
- Softgoods MaterialPU Fabric
- Weight4.55 kg
- Weight Limit17 kg
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Though entertaining at times, feeding your child can also be time-consuming and messy. There is a variety of products to make mealtime easy, but none of them as important as a highchair. Highchairs are designed to be easy to move, use, clean, and above all, to be comfortable and safe for your child and will be a great addition to your household as your baby grows.
High chairs are a necessity for your child once they start eating solid foods. There are several options and a wide range available when choosing your highchair whether it being a standard high chair, portable or a booster seat.
- Always ensure that your high chair has a 5 point safety harness
- If buying a portable high chair, make sure that it fits to your table without causing any damage.
- If buying a high chair with wheels you need to ensure that the wheels can be locked into place so the high chair cannot move.
- Look for chairs that are easy to clean, most you just need to give a quick wipe over.
- Booster seats are more portable as they fold and pack away for easy storage.
Choose a safe high chair
- For maximum safety, choose a high chair fitted with a five-point restraint harness that goes over the baby’s shoulders, round their waist and between their legs.
- Check that the construction and framework is sturdy and robust — you can put some weight on the seat and backrest to see if they squeak, sag, deform, move out of position, or collapse.
- Check that folding high chairs are stable and that the locks work to prevent them from accidentally falling or collapsing — ask the seller for a demonstration.
- Check that moving parts cannot pinch, crush or trap a child’s finger, toe, limb or head.
- Check for sharp edges and points along the edges of the chair and tray that could cut a child, and for any easily detachable parts which could pose a choking hazard.
- If the high chair has four castors fitted, make sure at least one pair (either front or back) has brakes to prevent it from becoming unstable.
- If you are buying a second-hand high chair that doesn’t have a proper harness, buy a harness separately and clip or attach it securely.
WHEN IN USE
- Never leave a child unattended in a high chair — if you need to leave the room, take your child with you to avoid falls that can result when a child tries to stand up or climb out of the chair when adults are not there.
- Use the harness from the very beginning and every time to ensure your baby gets used to being secured.
- Do not allow a child to stand up in a high chair or climb into or out of it unassisted, as the chair may become unstable
- Set the high chair up at least 500mm away from windows, unsecured doorways, stoves, appliance cords, curtains or blind cords to prevent children coming into contact with hazards.
- Make sure a child cannot push against a vertical surface (such as a wall or cupboards) and push the chair over.
- Ensure the child’s hands are free from moving parts when the tray is raised and lowered to avoid pinching or entrapment.
- Place the high chair out of reach when not in use to prevent a child from trying to climb onto it.
- Regularly check the high chair's condition.
- Fix any loose nuts and broken parts straight away, as they may cause a child to choke or become injured.
Repair exposed foam in the seat or back to prevent a baby from choking on foam pieces.