Day #8 Fast Table Chair by Inglesina

Our almost-8-month-old generally eats everything we do (in teeny, tiny bites). She's tried roasted bell peppers, lamb, salmon, smoothies, mangoes, cheeses, carrots, sweet potatoes, beans, enchiladas, spaghetti, and bananas.

She enjoys these new foods perched in her table seat, looking around the table and swinging her feet. She even tries to join the conversation from time to time, giving great big smiles with her two tiny bottom teeth on display.

The Fast Table Chair lives up its name. It's fast to set up, easy to travel with, and a wonderful space saver.

Unlike a traditional highchair, the table chair doesn't take up valuable floorspace in your kitchen. With just a few quick twists, we can attach the chair to most types of tables without leaving marks or scratches. Note that it won't necessarily work on flimsier camping and restaurant tables.

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We especially appreciate that the cover can be removed and machine-washed. A necessity for all baby gear, in my opinion.

Built for use from 6 months up to 37 pounds, this seat will likely continue to be a good fit through baby's 2nd birthday. Available in 10 colors for either $50 or $60 (depending on the color).


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90 comments on “Day #8 Fast Table Chair by Inglesina”

  1. My daughter is 5 months old and I know sooner than later I will need to purchase some sort of chair for her. Not having a ton of space this would be great!

  2. I am curious about these chairs. I'm sure this doesn't happen, because they are so popular, but I can't help but imagining there being so much weight on one side of the table, and it tipping over! It's what I envision every time I think of it! But, somehow, I don't think you (or anyone) would recommend the chair if that were an issue. Haha.

  3. Our grandchildren are ever so sweet and hard not to hold. However, your priceless chair would take a load off of my fragile arms....just, Quacking Grandma xoxo LOVE AND LIGHT WISHES TO THE INNOCENT CHILDREN AND INNOCENT EDUCATORS

  4. This is a great Idea for a product. Living in the city can be hard for my sister on space. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. Great giveaway! What a useful thing, and so practical - love that it is so easy to clean. Perfect for my little babies!

  6. My daughter is ready to get out of a highchair, but not quite ready to sit on a chair by herself. This would be the perfect solution! Thanks for the chance!

  7. This would be super-handy for at home or when we're out and about. We love to have our little ones closely participating in whatever the families doing, including mealtimes, and this would help with that. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. This looks awesome! We have the Fisher Price Feeding Seat now and I love how this one would take up even less space on car trips. Being washable is another great asset.

  9. This would be great for when my little grandson comes to visit. I used one of these for my kids when we traveled or went out to eat. Came in handy.

  10. This chair would work perfectly in my home. We have one, but the clamping arms are so long, it will not fit at our bar. Useless. I need to find someone who has a deep bar overhang and need for a clamp-on high chair.

  11. With three little ones I'd like to liberate one of my kitchen chairs from the high chair/booster seat that is currently on it, so it would be great to win this! I need to get something like this or else find an additional kitchen chair!

  12. we've been using a fisher price booster chair thta straps the baby in, has a tray and is all dishwasher washable. the high chair covers are so hard to keep clean. this looks like a great idea too.

  13. I bought a booster that attaches to a dining room chair this time around, and have to say, it fits the bill nicely. With our first two, I had a more traditional high chair that everyone who entered our house managed to trip over at least once (as I did, myself, daily). Never again. Would this type of chair work with a pedestal table I wonder? It probably would if you're mindful of the weight distribution of the tabletop.

  14. I'm anti high chair. I think they are expensive, take up too much space and are difficult to clean. We take the same approach as you and have our babies right at the table with us. In the early months we use our Bumbo seat on top of the table (always when we're sitting right there) and then move them to a booster chair that fastens to our dining room chairs. But one of the ideas I love behind this seat is that it doesn't take up a dining room chair. And with our growing family, we need all available chairs we can get!

  15. We had one of these with our first... Nt sure what happened to it with our second. They are great! Much nicer than a bulky highchair.

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