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Chicco Polly

$100.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Colors/Patterns aren't babyish.

The Cons:T-bar attached to tray, not seat. Straps are awkward. Very hard to clean.

The Chicco Polly is a mid-grade highchair; it is also Chicco's first available highchair model. Chicco designed the Polly to provide maximum customizable options with seven different height positions, three seat reclining positions, and a fully removable handtray.

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All the unlock and adjust buttons are highlighted in bright colors and clearly visible so parents can easily customize and break down the chair. Chicco also designed the highchair so that it may be easily cleaned; with a dishwasher safe tray insert and removable seat pads that are safe to clean as well. The Chicco Polly highchair also includes a 5 point safety harness and wheel brakes which will also ensure the child remains safe while sitting within.


  • Mid-grade highchair
  • Seven height positions and three reclining positions
  • Fully removable hand-tray
  • One-hand seat recline and tray removal
  • Two cushioned seat pads that can be removed for easy cleaning
  • Adjustable footrest to accommodate growing children
  • Five-point safety harness and wheel brakes for added safety
  • Convenient tray storage and fold-up design
  • Available in several models/ colors
    • "Coventry"- Baby Blue/ Yellow/ Grey
    • "Romantic"- Black/ White/ Grey
    • "Fuego"- Red/ White/ Grey
    • "Bella"- Pink/ White/ Grey
    • "Candy"- Candy Design/ White/ Orange
    • "Discovery"- Light Green/ White/ Black
    • "Sahara"- Brown/ Orange/ Black
    • "Race"- Red/ White/ Tan
    • "Atmosphere"- Atmosphere Blue/ White/ Tan
    • "Splash"- Polka dots/ Light Blue/ Green
    • "Manhattan"- Black/ White/ Brown
    • "Explorer"- Black/ Grey/ Red

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    Colors/Patterns aren't babyish

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    T-bar attached to tray, not seat

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    Straps are awkward

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    Very hard to clean

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