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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Had to replace the tray I love the concept behind this high chair. The big problem is that the tray it comes with dips down in front a couple inches making it impossible to slide the chair in even part way because that button in front hits the table top. If I can't slide it in, this high chair takes up as much space as a regular high chair, which defeats the purpose of having a space saving high chair. Fortunately, I found the regular try that fits on the non-deluxe model fits on this chair too and was able to order one through Fisher Price's website. I had to remove the divide between the legs that was on the bottom of the try, but it snaps off super easily (and can be replaced too if for some reason it needed to be). The downside is that the other try is flimsy and harder to clean, and it doesn't have the pull out tray. Also, the toy loop thing is completely worthless on the other tray. It just kind of gets in the way. We attach toys with links to the straps. So far, we've never needed to use the straps to keep our 11 month old in. However, if you did need to use straps, the straps on the deluxe model are much better than the ones on the regular version. If I hadn't gotten this for an absurdly low price, I would not recommend the deluxe model over the regular one. It just isn't worth it if you can't use the tray. However, for the price I paid it's fine with the replacement try from the regular model.
Date published: 2017-04-26
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