Fisher Price Healthy Care High Chair – Top Reviews & Key Info

  • Price Range: $75 – $120
  • GooGooLove: ♥♥♥ (3/5)
  • Pros:
    • Seat reclines
    • Adjustable height
    • Easy to remove tray
  • Cons:
    • Hard to clean
    • Large footprint
    • Hard to assemble
  • Weight Limit: 45 lbs.

Most Helpful Reviews on the Fisher Price Healthy Care High Chair.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – It was fairly easy to put together…. It has 7 height adjustments…. The tray itself is a wonder…. The fabric doesn’t have any crevices for food to get caught in…. The other problem for some people may be the size…. (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – It is a great chair…. It reclines, it seems comfortable, it has an extra removable head support pillow, its adjustable in height, It has a removable tray insert that can be put into the dishwasher…. (read more and buy it at Walmart.com)
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars(3/5) – It was fairly easy to assemble. Main issue I have with it is the tray is so hard to move…. (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
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Gear in Action

  • See a video review by BabyGizmo here.

What the Makers Say

  • Better for Baby
    Encourages Developing Motor Skills
    • Enhances fine motor skills as baby reaches and grasps onto tethered rainforest toy, presses buttons, spins animals and more!
    Stimulates Senses
    • Music and rainforest sounds enhance auditory skills
    • Lights and brightly colored activities reinforce visual skills
  • Better for Mom
    • Health Care™ chair pad and straps are easy to remove and clean.
    • Dishwasher-safe insert tray.
    • Rainforest toy entertains baby while mom prepares meal or cleans up.
    • Toy is removable, so baby can play with it even when not in the high chair.
  • (read more on Fisher-Price.com)

Any Safety Recalls :( ?

  • Fisher-Price Recalls Healthy Care, Easy Clean and Close to Me High Chairs Due to Laceration Hazard – September 30, 2010.  See full press release on the Consumer Products Safety Division’s website here.

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