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Peg Perego Prima Pappa Diner


$220.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well designed to keep infants comfortable. Reclining action enables child to rest their head more comfortably. Harness is secure enough that the tray is unnecessary.

The Cons:Tray sits further away from the seat than is practical.

The Peg Perego Prima Pappa Diner is a high chair that is suitable for infants and toddlers up to 45 lbs.  The chair features stain-resistant, wipeable seat padding and a dishwasher safe feeding tray for easy cleanup as well as a 5-point harness to keep the child properly secured.

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  It offers 7 height positions in addition to 4 positions to recline the entire seat instead of just the backrest like most high chairs.  The Prima Pappa Diner is designed with rubber wheels with rear brakes to protect the floor and an adjustable footrest to accomodate the child as they grow.  It meets JPMA safety standards and folds together compactly allowing it to be stored when not in use.  The Prima Pappa Diner comes pre-assembled and is available in a variety of colors.  It differs from Peg Perego's Prima Pappa since it lacks the Prima Pappa's sculpted backrest, behind-the-seat storage net, and ability to store the feeding tray behind the seat.

Features

  • Stain-resistant, wipe-clean upholstery
  • Comes fully assembled and ready to use
  • Seven height positions
  • Adjustable footrest
  • Four unique "Tilt-in-Space" reclining positions
  • Dishwasher-safe dinner tray
  • Five-point safety harness and passive restraint system
  • Folds easily and compactly
  • Non-scratching rubber wheels with rear brakes
  • Can be used as an adjustable toddler chair
  • JPMA safety certified
  • Suitable for children up to 45 lbs.

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Pros
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    well designed to keep infants comfortable

  • 1

    reclining action enables child to rest their head more comfortably

  • 1

    harness is secure enough that the tray is unnecessary

  • 1

    design makes cleaning quick and easy

  • 1

    rolls around on hardwood floors easily, with brakes built in if needed

  • 1

    can adjust heights dramatically to suit any needs

Cons
  • 2

    tray sits further away from the seat than is practical

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