If you’ve used traditional plastic high chairs with trays (or at least know the ones we mean), you’ll know how much room they take up. They also push your child away from the table – but the No Tray High Chair brings them up close, so they can learn from watching you and feel that they are joining in with the family.Award-Winning Design
The No Tray High Chair has won Best Value in Mother & Baby magazine’s 2010/2011 Awards for High Chair category. The Silver Award 2010/2011 from Practical Parenting in High Chair category and has just been short-listed for Best Highchair in the upmarket Junior magazine. Read entrepreneur and Dragon’s Den winner Neil Westwood’s comments and all the rave reviews in the press and from customers here.Safety
Your child’s safety is of primary importance. While some wooden high chairs on the market have proven to be prone to tilting, the "A-frame” design centralizes your child’s weight and completely removes the risk of pushing it over.
With the compact footprint of a standard dining chair, our high chair’s streamlined appearance belies its rock-solid stability. It fully conforms to current safety standard BS EN 14988:2006 parts 1& 2 and comes with a wraparound buckle to keep your child strapped in. For those more restless "phases”, an optional 3-point harness is also available. Easy to Clean The No-Tray High Chair’s simple wipe-clean surface means no little crevices to scrape out food from. Proven Performance With over 25 years’ service in the UK (many of which are still in use today!), the No Tray High Chair is elegant, practical and built to last. A standard feature in restaurants nationwide, including the Pizza Express, KFC, Las Iguanas and Barracuda groups, you and your child are probably already familiar with the No Tray High Chair!Quality of manufacture. Made in the EU from hard-wearing birch wood, each chair is hand-sanded to ensure smooth, rounded edges and a bespoke feel you’d expect from a much more expensive piece of furniture.
There is no compromise on quality. While most other chairs are now made in the Far East, to varying degrees of quality, we’ve stayed true to the original look and feel of the chair, using the gorgeous, hardwearing birchwood, still sourced and manufactured in the Baltic region. Retaining the coloured balls is also key to maintaining the No Tray High Chair’s identity and setting it apart from the competition. Why settle for a cheap imitation?