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Svan Chair


$300.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Unique design. Wood construction. Adjustable seat and footrest.

The Cons:Expensive. Not portable at all. Can be a chore to clean because it's so intricate.

The Svan Chair is a Scandanavian high-chair designed by Swedish company Svan to be used by your child from six-months right to adulthood. The 3-point safety harness keeps your child secure and allows ergonomic seating without inhibiting movement, and can be removed for older children and adults.

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Product Shot 2 The seat and footrest can both be adjusted for ergonomic sitting for any age and optional cushions give added comfort. It has been designed around the European safety standards and is certified to meet the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) safety standards. The included allen keys are needed to adjust the chair eliminating the chance of accidental adjustment by a child to an unsafe position. The simple design makes it easy to clean with few places for food to hide and the included removable tray is dishwasher safe. This chair is made from bent Birch wood using an environmentally-friendly process and only uses materials that meet US Federal Regulations for safety and are not harmfull to your child. The Svan Chair is available in Whitewash, Natural, Cherry, Mahogany and Espresso.

Specifications

  • Chair base: 18" x 19"
  • Height to top of backrest: 33.5"
  • Height to top of safety guard: 28.5"
  • Seat height range: 18.5" to 22"
  • Seat depth (child): 6" to 9"+
  • Footrest height range: 5" to 17"
  • Tray: 15.25"w x 15.75"d
  • Weight limits:
    • Safety certified for average children to 3 years
    • Adult: up to 250 lbs 

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    Unique design

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    Wood construction

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    Adjustable seat and footrest

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    Many different wood finishes available

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    Removable 3-point harness

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    Can be pulled up to the table as a high chair

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    Expensive

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    Not portable at all

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    Can be a chore to clean because it's so intricate

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