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Hauck Natural Beta + Highchair

The Hauck Natural Beta High Chair is a chair that is serviceable far beyond childhood.

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The Hauck Natural Beta High Chair is a chair that is serviceable far beyond childhood. It can be used up to 90 kg of weight and is therefore also appropriate for adults. Thanks to the great number of combinations, this wooden highchair can be used in many ways. The seat plate and foot plate can be adjusted in height and depth and can always be adapted to the particular growth stage of your child. Thanks to the crotch strap, your baby can sit next to you at the table from an early age! The two-part seat pad ensures optimum sitting comfort. The Beta comes with a food tray and a front bar. Thanks to the large washable food tray, your child can have their meals at their own little table. Would you rather eat all together at the big table? Just swap the wooden table for the front bar. The Beta is also extremely stable and tilt-resistant, and can be moved around easily thanks to its two wheels!

Product Features:

  • Classic wooden highchair that grows with your child
  • Can be used from 6 months of age onwards for a lifetime
  • Features wheels, detachable food tray, and 2-part seat pad
  • Extremely stable and tilt-resistant thanks to its wheels

Age recommendation: 6 months+

Dimensions: 80 x 56 x 48 cm

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 203685
Weight (grams) 8000
Country of Origin CN
Barcode 4007923663110
Dimensions 80 cm x 56 cm x 48 cm
Battery Included? No


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