Why Buy Me?
- Grows with your little one so no need to upgrade when baby gets bigger
- Won't get in the way of your kitchen thanks to removable tray
- Keep baby from slipping thanks to the 5 point safety harness
Highchairs are great when you're little, but eventually you need something a bit more down to earth. So we created Bop to do both - as their legs get longer, Bop's get shorter. With a few twists it goes from highchair to a Bop chair that's great for all kinds of activities for years to come.
Bop boasts a smooth modern style and an easy to clean seat. It also features a removable tray to make washing that bit easier. The five-point harness ensures your little one is safe while they eat.
- A removable footrest will keep your child comfortable during mealtimes.
- Steel frame.
- Converts to low chair, junior dining chair
- Removable Tray
- Wipe clean seat
- 5 point safety harness
Composition: Frame - PP Seat Unit - TPR Harness - Terylene
Some self-assembly required
This product is intended for children able to sit up unaided and up to 3 years or a maximum weight of 15 kg. Never leave the child unattended.
Wipe clean only
Dimensions: H:95cm x W:71cm X D:73 cm approx. Tray height: 75cm approx. Weight 4.3kg approx.
Junior chair mode: H:61cm x W:53cm x D:40cm approx. Weight 3.4kg approx.
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