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Review: HiLo Chair by Age Design

We were recently sent one of the new HiLo Chairs by Age Design to review for Mom Fuse. The HiLo Chair is a very versatile chair that grows with your child as he or she gets older. The chair is usable by children as young as 6 months to as old as 6 years.

In the “high” position, with the tray on, it can be used a normal highchair. If you have an island piece in your kitchen you can take the tray off and slide it under the island for easy storage but if you’re like us and don’t have an island in your kitchen you’ll have to find somewhere to store it or leave it setting by the table. We also tried to store the chair under our kitchen and dining room tables but the chair was too tall for a good fit.

In the “low” position the seat seams a little wider and it lets toddlers sit at any standard height table without a booster seat. The HiLo chair can also serve as a small desk chair for children ages four to six.

There are a few things I really like about the chair 1) the fact that it is so versatile and grows with your child until the age of six 2) it’s super easy to clean and unlike our Eddie Bauer high chairs there are no small crevices for food to get stuck in making it a pain in the keister to clean.

For us the chair is too bulky, we have a lot of room in our kitchen but out table sites up against one of the walls and extends out into the middle of the kitchen so we would also put the high chairs for the twins at the far end of the table which means they would stick out into the walk way and you’d always stub your toes on them. Now if we put the highchairs in the actual dining room they fit pretty good but are still a little big.

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