New High Chairs Web Site Hits the Net

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With the launch of HighChairs.com, parents find getting babyÂ?s dinner in order isnÂ?t as difficult as it used to be.

When it comes to baby gear, convenience is key. This rings especially true at mealtime, when busy parents make time to bring their families together. Like other products for baby, high chairs have adapted to fit fast-paced lifestyles. While it’s certainly still possible to find a traditionally-styled wooden high chair that appears to have materialized straight out of the 19th century, today’s contemporary designs are safety conscious, loaded with features, and foldable for storage.

Graco Harmony Highchairs offer a prime example. Graco’s design delivers an ideal solution for family dinners, with a rounded shape and six-position vertical height adjustment that allows the high chair to be pulled right up to the dinner table for family-style meals. The built-in baby booster of Graco’s elite Harmony G Collection model offers extra support for younger babies (http://www.highchairs.com/graco-harmony-highchairs.htm), and four positions of recline keep children comfortable while feeding. All seat adjustments can be made with one hand.

All Graco Harmony Highchairs also address the critical issue of high chair safety. These models give parents the option of using a 3- or 5-point safety restraint harness; a great feature since many wooden high chairs rely on a simpler seat belt system.

Another familiar company is also raising the bar—the Zooper Peas & Carrots is designed for ease of use (http://www.highchairs.com/zooper-peas-and-carrots.htm). Instead of using a separate bowl that could spill or fall to the floor, parents can simply use the Peas & Carrot’s dishwasher-safe snack tray to feed their baby’s meals. To further ease cleaning woes, the removable vinyl seat cover wipes clean in seconds. When space is an issue, smooth rolling casters make it simple to move the Peas & Carrots around the kitchen (each wheel can be locked once the chair is in place), and the Peas & Carrots folds down for compact storage in the corner or in a closet.

The stylish Peg Perego Dondolino incorporates many of the same high-end features of the abovementioned Graco and Zooper models. A five-point harness for security, dishwasher safe tray, casters for easy movement, adjustability, and a simple folding mechanism all add to the overall versatility of this deluxe high chair. In addition, the Dondolino incorporates a battery powered rocking motion to help sooth a child before and after mealtime. Batteries also power six volume-adjustable music selections help keep baby calm with the touch of a button (http://www.highchairs.com/peg-perego-dondolino.htm).

One amenity shared by the Dondolino and Peg’s very similar Prima Pappa High Chairs: these models arrive fully assembled in the manufacturer’s packaging. This convenience is a major timesaver and a great advantage for parents who research and buy children’s products online—within minutes of delivery to their door, parents can be using their new high chair.

To learn more about the high chairs listed here, and to find information on other brands and styles of high chairs, visit HighChairs.com (http://www.highchairs.com). They offer great advice and service, free shipping on orders $50 and up, and a 30 day “No Worries” return policy.

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