Sunday, November 27, 2022

Ikea Antilop High Chair Review

In the past week, I’ve been inundated with messages, mails and tweets about the babogs Antilop high chairs. So I’ve decided to put together a quick little review and share my love for the Ikea high chair. 

I’ve had my fair share of high chairs in the past, including brands like Mothercare, Mama’s & Papa’s and Cosatto. We’ve had our Ikea Antilop now just over a year and bought a second for the little one. Designed stupidly simple with no frills, a white frame, 3 point safety belt, removable tray, no hidden crevasses, lightweight and above all inexpensive. It’s €16 all in including the tray. What’s not to love?

I like the Antilop so much that I’ve turned down two high chair reviews in the recent months because of price verse quality this Swedish high chair will win hands down every.single.time.

Pro’s

  • Wipe clean
  • Easy to assemble and portable
  • Lightweight
  • No hidden crevasses for food to build up
  • Doesn’t stain
  • Straps are removable
  • Very sturdy
  • If you have two high chairs they stack once the tray is removed
  • Sits at average table height so older toddlers can join in at the dinner table
  • IT’S SIXTEEN EURO’S!

Con’s

  • It doesn’t fold (but does come apart easily for storage)
  • Only suitable for babies who can sit up unaided
  • 3 point harness
  • One sitting position (doesn’t recline)
  • Sometimes you may have to give the tray a little yank to remove it but that’s never stopped me buying a second
  • No foot rest

Highly recommended as a cost-effective baby led weaning, traditional weaning or combination weaning high chair. We love it!

Disclaimer – I cannot guarantee you will go to Ikea in search of this high chair and not buy half the store.

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