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Juice Highchair - Croissant

40071CR00
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$249.95
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Mamas & Papas
Juice Highchair - Croissant
40071CR00
Regular price
$249.95
Regular price
$249.95
Available to purchase
Available to purchase | FREE Delivery
Available to purchase | Delivery options from $0
Low in Stock
Low in Stock | FREE Delivery
Low in Stock | Delivery options from $0
Preorder this product for delivery late March
Out of Stock instore and online
Regular price
$249.95
Regular price
$249.95
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Why Buy Me?

  • The perfect chair for growing babies, the junior seat easily adapts as your baby grows
  • The comfortable and easy-to-clean seamless seat pad ensures a secure fit
  • Added safety of a crotch post so you can have peace of mind while your little one dines in style

Juice Highchair - Croissant

Juice Croissant is a stylish, Scandi-inspired highchair that can be easily converted into a junior chair as your baby grows. It provides maximum comfort and safety for mealtimes with its seamless seat pad, 5-point harness, secure crotch post and comfy leg rest. Plus, cleaning up afterwards is easy thanks to the removable dishwasher-safe tray.

This Juice Highchair in Croissant is a stylish and practical addition to any modern home. The warm earthy neutral shade of the seat with its wooden legs will fit seamlessly into your decor, while the built-in handles make it easy to move around when not in use. Plus, you can easily adapt this highchair by removing the crotch post and unscrewing the legs so that it converts into a junior chair as needed. Plastic foot caps ensure that no damage is done to wooden floors either!

Product features:

  • Enjoy a lightweight and portable seat for your little one with built-in carry handles
  • They'll be able to sit comfortably thanks to the leg rest
  • The removable tray allows them to join you at the table
  • To convert it into a junior chair, simply unscrew the legs and remove the crotch post
  • The 5-point harness ensures they're sitting safely
  • The plastic foot caps prevent any damage to wooden flooring

Age suitability: 6 months to 3 years

Self-assembly required? Yes

Safety: Never Leave the child unattended

Standards UK/EU: EN14988

Care & maintenance:

  • Wipe down all plastic or metal parts with a damp cloth using mild soap. Ensure all parts are thoroughly dry before use.
  • All moving parts can be lubricated using a silicone spray, e.g. furniture polish.
  • Light soiling of the seat pad can be removed with a damp cloth using mild soap.
  • Do not use any strong detergents or abrasive materials to clean this product.

Dimensions: L62 x W68 x H86.5 cm

Weight: 5.6kg

What are the must have weaning essentials?

The first thing you'll need to prepare for the weaning journey are bibs - a lot of them! Weaning can be a fun but messy process, and bibs are a must-have to protect your little one's clothing from all of those food splatters. With everything from baby cutlery that'll help your baby get used to holding a spoon, to plate sets and waterproof splash mats to keep your kitchen clear of mess, get ready for weaning with our essentials collection seen here.

How do I choose the right high chair for weaning?

Highchairs come with lots of different features, so the best way to choose one is to have a think about what you need yours to do. Does it need to be portable and lightweight, or do you want one that’s easy to clean? Or perhaps you’d like to buy one that adapts as your baby grows. To help you get started on your weaning journey, we've written a high chair buying guide.

When can my baby start to use a highchair?

Every baby is different, but generally we recommend using a highchair when your little one is around 6 months old. This is around the time that you'll start weaning, so a high chair is great for keeping them comfy, safe and part of the family at meal times.

Shall I buy a manual or electric breast pump?

When buying a breast pump, you'll want to look at how to keep it clean, personal comfort and your day-to-day lifestyle. If you'd prefer not to plug it into an electrical outlet or you're after a budget-friendly option, go for a manual breast pump that lets you take control of your feeding and pumping process. If you're expressing regularly, an electric breast pump might be a little easier. These models are super-efficient and often save you time, as the motor does all the pumping for you.

What are the must haves for bottle feeding?

If you've decided to bottle feed your new arrival, you'll want to consider the essential baby products that'll help make it easier and more enjoyable for you and baby. The most stress-free way to do this is to buy a complete feeding kit, which contains bottles, steriliser and insulated bottle bags. You may also choose for a day and night bottle maker, which make bottle feeding a breeze. Read our guide on bottle feeding for more helpful tips and advice.

What's the best way to wean my little one onto solid foods?

Your baby will be introduced to a fascinating new world of flavours, textures, and tastes through their weaning. Everything from baby blenders to cutlery, bibs, and splash mats has been designed to make mealtimes simpler for you and your little one. We've teamed up with Beaba and Registered Dietitian, Mummy Nutrition, to put together our top tips for weaning. We also have more feeding and weaning FAQs to help.

How to help baby with teething?

Teething toys and comforters will provide some short term relief for both teething baby and you. But if you want some more teething tips and advice, we've worked alongside Cheeky Chompers to pull together some teething advice and tips on how to survive weaning with your little one, you can read this here.