One of the best ways to truly appreciate the outdoors is to pack up your car and head toward wilderness. To do it properly, you’re going to need the right camping gear. Although that list can already feel pretty long, there’s another item that parents of little kids will want immediately: The Ciao Baby Portable High Chair.
While you probably have plenty of folding chairs — for camping, outdoor sporting events, tailgating, hanging in the backyard, and beyond — you might not have a specific one for your toddler. The portable high chair looks like a typical foldable seat, but it has a five-point harness to securely hold your kid. It is ideal for children up to 3 years old (up to 35 pounds), about 2.6 x 1.91 x 1.91 feet, and weighs just 8 pounds.
✈︎ You love going on adventures. So do we. Let’s explore the outdoors together.
The brand details that the chair meets the U.S. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and EU European high chair safety standards, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) guidelines, so you can feel good about your little one’s safety.
The Ciao Baby chair has over 3,700 reviews on Amazon, resulting in an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars. It’s also earned an Amazon’s Choice badge, which indicates it’s highly rated, well-priced, and available to ship immediately.
“Took this recently on vacation and road trip, it was really handy to have in the back of the car, so when we would go to restaurants, or sit outside child could sit upright,” one buyer wrote. “It’s lightweight and easy to set up and put away. The tray area is made of plastic that’s easy to wipe,” wrote another.
You can shop the portable high chair on Amazon, starting at $46.98. It comes in various colors, including black, blue, pink, purple, and red. Gone are the days when you had to balance your little one on your lap at every summer barbecue!
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