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Fisher-Price Dreamsicle Collection


$130.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Color and style provide a happy, fun look. Assembles very easily, don't need more than one person to do it. Can be set very high on the highest setting, makes it easy to feed the kids.

The Cons:Doesn't recline at all, stays locked straight up - makes it tough for infants who can't sit up on their own yet.

The Fisher-Price Dreamsicle Collection is a high chair that matches Fisher-Price's Dreamsicle series.  The chair features a 3-in-1 design, allowing it to be used as a standard high chair or attached to a dining chair and used as either a feeding chair or booster.

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  It offers a 5-point restraint system to keep babies secure and the restraint can be converted into a 3-point system for older children.  The chair is designed with a wipeable, washable seat pad for easy cleanup.  The Brentwood Baby Collection High Chair comes with a full sized feeding tray that can be removed with one-hand for convenience.  It also has 4 height positions, allowing it to be raised to table level, and comes with a matching bib and toy.  The chair can handle a maximum weight of 50 lbs. and has a suggested retail price of $130.

Features

  • 5-point Restraint System (Converts to 3-point)
  • 4 Height Positions
  • Full Sized Feeding Tray (Dishwasher Safe)
  • One-Handed Tray Removal
  • 3-in-1 Convertible Design
  • Wipeable, Washable Pad
  • Comes with Matching Bib and Toy
  • Maximum Weight: 50 lbs.

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    color and style provide a happy, fun look

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    assembles very easily, don't need more than one person to do it

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    can be set very high on the highest setting, makes it easy to feed the kids

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    5 point harness keeps them secure no matter how squirmy they get

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    folds up and out of the way easily

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    wipes clean in a few seconds, nothing sticks to it too hard

Cons
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    doesn't recline at all, stays locked straight up - makes it tough for infants who can't sit up on their own yet

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