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Zuma highchair review

by Alicia on February 11, 2008 in Age 0-1 year, Age 1-3, Feeding - baby & kids

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Believe it or not some parents don’t want a highchair with teddy bears, plaid or ruffly padding.  But.. they do want their child to be comfortable in a chair that works with their decor.  So many times I’ve heard moms say ‘just because I have children shouldn’t mean I have to give up my sense of style whether it be in my closet or kitchen’.  The new Mhome Zuma highchair from Inglesina solves this issue.. at least in the kitchen.

Zumahighchair

The Zuma’s 8 position adjustable height from 54-80cm is easy to use and allows baby to sit high or low.   Madelyn can sit right up to the table in this highchair or very high so she can watch me cook while strapped in her highchair.  The 5 point harness is easy to clip and take off to run through the wash.  I can’t stand it when I can’t get the darn straps through the holes so I can wash them.  They get so messy!  The seat has three reclining positions; fully upright sitting, slightly reclined for smaller babies, and the seat will recline to a very comfortable position for sleeping babies.

The Zuma’s clean lines and solid colors give the Zuma a sleek, modern look that will match most any decor.   Available in four colors I’m sure you will find one that matches your kitchen decor.  The GR5 graphite Zuma looks great in our kitchen with stainless steel appliances and black granite counter tops.

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Katie February 26, 2008 at 8:34 am

thinking of buying one of these zuma highchairs, theey are far nicer than usual but have heard there is a large space between child and tray, how have you found it?
many thanks

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