Phil & Teds Poppy high chair


Phil&teds have brought out a stylish new high chair that doubles as a toddler chair as well. The Poppy system is designed for 6 month olds to 5 year olds – when your child reaches toddlerhood, simply click it down for a great seat that can be used for eating or relaxing in. Your child can get in and out as they wish, or, click the tray in and they will be seated securely.

I’m liking

This stylish system is easy to use and, more importantly, clean. The tray can go in the dishwasher too.
Retailing at $149 this high chair represents great value, particularly as it can be used for so many years and in different ways. My one year old can spread his food round the good sized tray with minimal mess as the tray is snug enough around his body. My three year old enjoys using it as her ‘arm’ chair while watching her favourite programme.

The conclusion

In general I think phil&teds have brought out yet another innovative product. I am definitely a fan of products that can be adapted to suit your growing child. I highly recommend it for those with a bit of space in the kitchen/dining area. While it’s a compact high chair compared to others on the market, the legs on the product require a decent amount of floor space. You can see more about it here:

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  • Joanna Murray Hill

    loving it FABULOUS!

  • Camille

    Love the poppy!

  • lydia persson

    very cool

  • Trishy-M

    I love how practical this chair is. It wont be just another baby item to stow away as it grows with the child. Funky colours too!! I love the wide tray on the high chair too.

  • Brenda Meech

    An easy to clean dream machine seriously, I love it!

  • Janine

    what a very versatile chair!! Love it

  • Cindy Kane

    This is awesome! love that you can use it for longer, great value for money!

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