Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple)

Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple)

  • 2-іn-1 function ѕο child саn join thе family tree аt mealtimes іn highchair, οr relax іn junior chair аѕ thеу grow
  • Adjustable safety harness keeps baby secure
  • Simple tο сƖеаn wіth a one piece seamless removable seat pad Juice
  • Highchair weighs approximately 13 lbs аnԁ measures 35″ H x 28″ W x 24″. Tray height іѕ approximately 30″.
  • Five point safety harness аnԁ crotch post fοr added safety whісh removes whеn converted іntο low chair.

Thе Mamas аnԁ Papas Juice highchair converts іntο a junior chair thаt grows wіth уουr child аnԁ саn bе used fοr many years. Itѕ 2-іn-1 function allows уουr child tο join thе family tree аt mealtimes іn thе highchair, οr relax іn thе junior chair аѕ thеу grow. Thе Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair іn Apple color іѕ suitable fοr ages 6 months (іf уουr child іѕ аbƖе tο sit up unaided) tο 3 years, whіƖе thе junior chair іѕ suitable up tο 5 years. Thе Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair іn Apple color features: Five point safety harness Crotch post fοr added safety whісh removes whеn converted іntο low chair One piece seamless simple-tο-сƖеаn removable seat pad

List Price: $ 149.99

Price: $ 137.50

3 thoughts on “Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple)

  1. 23 of 23 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Simple to Clean after Major Diaper Blowout = WIN!, Development 3, 2014
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    Nae24 (Grand Forks, ND) –

    This assess is from: Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple) (Baby Product)
    I’ve got what may be the BEST assess scenario for this chair: The Diaper Blowout!!! Roughly 1 hour ago, my husband and I were enjoying dinner while our 7 month ancient sat nearby in his Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair playing with some toys. I was in the middle of a sentence when I noticed my son had that glassy eyed, far away look on his face. Before I could comment on the expression to my unsuspecting hubs, BAM, Mount St. Helens erupted in my son’s diaper. Being the mature adults we are, the hubs and I proceeded to giggle and make poop jokes at our son’s expense…until we noticed the poo lava relentlessly flowing from his rear regions! Forks and knives went down and we sprung into proceedings; hubs grabbed the baby, and I managed highchair hurt control.

    It was INCREDIBLY simple to remove the green padded seat part from the rest of the seat and carry it over to the sink. Once there, I popped the straps out (a 10 second process) and dropped them over in the washing machine. After taking a hand towel and sanitizer to the chair (1-2 mins of scrubbing), I returned to the green pad, in succession it under the faucet, spraying with sanitizer, and wiping it down with another towel. The whole process took less than 5 mins and we were able to sit back down and end our meal while it was still warm, which is a “WIN” in the world of parenting. At this point, the chair is completely reassembled with the exception of the straps. They are lying on the chair’s tray “drying” while I enter this assess and delight in a much deserved girl scout cookie.

    Some parents have commented on the difficulty they’ve had cleaning this chair, but as I’ve just survived my kid’s homage to the BP Oil Spill, Im gonna have to say cleaning it was not an issue for me. Some other parents have also negatively commented on how loose the straps are. Well I really prefer them this way; this is a highchair, not a car seat. I find the straps, combined with the tray, provide the perfect level of baby security. Looser straps allow my son to lean forward to accept his food ( a common longing cue) and go about around just enough to not feel as though being place in the chair is punishment. I certainly wouldnt want to be restrained or restricted while I ate, so Im assuming he doesnt either.

    In fact, the only reason I gave this chair a 4 out of 5 stars is because of the wide leg base. Now, I may not be the most graceful ballerina on the block, but putting this chair in the incorrect area of the floor turns me into one of the 3 Stooges! My feet cant seem to resist tripping on the legs of this car. Silver Lining – My kid thinks it’s hilarious. *sigh* Boys. The excellent thing is, regardless of when I’ve tripped on it (with or without my son in the seat) the chair never falters.

    I would certainly recommend this highchair for other parents. Simple to clean, sturdy, grows with your child, able to withstand poo volcanoes,….it’s a keeper :)

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  2. 13 of 14 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Needs a few minor tweaks, but very pleased with hold!, June 24, 2013
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    Brie (Kansas City, MO) –

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    This assess is from: Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple) (Baby Product)
    We owned the Fisher Price Space Saver high chair when our son was born and quickly realized it was terrible. The tray was huge and clunky and his fingers got caught regularly, it was hard to clean the straps, and there were tons of crevasses for food to get trapped in. Plus, let’s be honest–it was hideous sitting in our kitchen. So, we went in search of a nicer chair.

    I drooled over the Oxo Tot Sprout and Boon Panache chairs, but just could not give explanation for the price. I settled on the Mamas & Papas Juice high chair in black and have been very pleased.

    Pros:
    -Fantastic style–blends in with our decor and isn’t obnoxious
    -Simple to clean–all straps can pop off, even the crotch strap, and be thrown in the wash. They come clean perfectly. The plastic and seat pad can be wiped down with a sponge.
    -Fantastic size tray–it’s small enough to fit in the dishwasher, but huge enough for my kid to eat off of comfortably.
    -Sturdy–doesn’t tip over, even when our rowdy dog jumps up on it.
    -Like that it will convert to a kid chair in the future.
    -The locking mechanism on the tray is internal, so there’s less of a worry of pinched fingers now.

    Cons:
    -Straps are very loose. My son is average sized and 9 months ancient now, and they are still loose around the shoulders on him.
    -Tray seems far away from him and it was a bit hard for him to reach food until recently.
    -Large “footprint”–the legs of the chair are very wide, which makes it sturdy, but it is simple to trip over.

    I am very pleased with this hold and would recommend it.

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  3. 10 of 11 people found the following assess helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Fantastic for Beginners, Development 10, 2014
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    Kim

    This assess is from: Mamas & Papas Juice Highchair (Apple) (Baby Product)
    I got this chair because it seemed to be functional and I wanted a chair that grew with my child; I was terribly mistaken.

    The first issue I had with this chair is that the tray is not adjustable and you cannot slide it closer or further away from your baby. Because of this, there is a large gap between the stomach and the actual tray. So much so, that my son would eat with his hands and immediately place all of his food in his lap. If the tray was closer, he would not be able to place his hands down so easily.
    Second issue: I thought the foam insert would be so simple to clean. Over again, I was mistaken. The seam everywhere the insert and frame meet is like the Bermuda Triangle of food and liquid. Even after one day, the amount of food that makes it’s way underneath is ridiculous. And believe me when I say it is disgusting if you don’t clean it after very nearly every meal every day. Who has time for that?
    Third Issue: The straps were made for a gigantic man-baby. Enough said.

    Overall, I wish I had chosen a high chair based on function as a replacement for of looks. If I had, this high chair would be at the bottom of the list.

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