Fresco Baby High Chair

August 20, 2008

Fresco Baby High Chair

Your baby can dine in style with the Fresco Baby High Chair. This fancy high chair looks like a cross between a diner’s stool and a hairdresser’s chair, but it is a safe and secure place for your baby to enjoy his or her three meals and in-between snacks.
The Fresco Baby High Chair has an innovative design that saves on horizontal space while making use of not-often used vertical space.

The high chair can be used with babies as young as three months (the seat reclines to accommodate small babies who don’t have good neck and head control), and with children as old as four years of age (or about fifty pounds). The seat swivels completely around (360 degrees), and the micro-suede seating pad is plush and features wings that can be positioned around a young baby’s head and neck.

Five point harness, secure tray and swiveling castor wheels ensure a safe place for baby and an easy to use and transport high chair for Mom and Dad!






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