Standard High Chair Comparison Chart

This high chair comparison chart guides you when choosing from the most popular, standard high chairs. See what is special about each one. Find out the pros and the cons of each one, and make an educated decision.

Babyhome Eat High Chair
Boon Flair High Chair Inglesina Zuma High Chair Nuna Zaaz High Chair OXO Tot Sprout High Chair Peg Perego Prima Pappa Zero 3 High Chair Phil & Teds Poppy High Chair
Babyhome Eat Boon Flair Inglesina Zuma Nuna Zaaz OXO Tot Sprout Peg Perego Prima Pappa Zero 3 Phil & Teds Poppy
Dimensions 36.5 x 23.8 x 25 37.5-42.5 x 23.5 40 x 23 x 32 34 x 17.7 x 22.8 32.8 x 24.3 x 12.3 36 x 11.5 x 24 33 x 26 x 44
Weight 7.7 lbs 28 lbs 21 lbs 22.1 lbs 31 lbs 16.75 lbs 8.8 lbs
Weight Capacity Not Specified 50 lbs 33 lbs 220 lbs 60 lbs 45 lbs 44 lbs
Age Range 6m-3y Up to 4y Not Specified Not Specified 6m-5y 0m-3y 6m-5y
Adjustable Height
Adjustable Footrest
Colors Options 11 2 8 3 5 4 1
Price $149.00 $229.99 $279.00 $249.95 $249.99 $179.99 $119.99

They’re all good choices but are tailored for specific needs, tastes, and functionality.
Which one do you have and why did you choose to get that specific high chair?


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  1. There is something to be said about simple highchairs that don’t have many seams and are so easy to clean, but I still like a reclining highchair that can accommodate a younger baby. I find that babies are happier when they can see mommy easily, so when I can put my baby in a highchair in the kitchen near me as I cook, it keeps baby happy and lets me get things done. It’s also great to have a place to put baby where other little hands cannot reach easily…..So I think my vote would be for the Peg Perego Prima Papa, I had a much earlier version of this highchair. It had it’s shortcomings, but in general I was very happy with it, and this newer version looks much improved!

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