We all know how the story goes… first you need to buy a high chair, then buy a boost seat, FINALLY they can sit in your dining room chairs. Only they spill their pasta and juice and stain the upholstery.. Ugh… And then as the grow up you need to get them a chair for their desk. That is a LOT of chairs. That is why I love the Nuna Zaaz high chair – it is a high chair that GROWS with your child.
For your little ones the Nuna Zaaz performs perfectly as a functional high chair. With a 5-point harness this chair is great for when you start your little ones on solid food at 6 months. The back of the chair does not recline and so this chair is not really suitable for infants who cannot sit up on their own. However since it is not recommended to start solids until your baby can sit by themselves it is not really an issue. My only complaint is that depth of the tray is not adjustable, therefore there is always bit of a gap between your baby and the tray where food can drop down. But Little Bear never has trouble reaching his food. Check out my full video review of the Nuna Zaaz here:
And once your little one is not so little anymore just lower down the seat to the lowest level and use the Nuna Zaaz as a regular chair. That is right the Zaaz can handle up to 100kg (over 200lbs!). Use it as a desk chair, an easy to clean kitchen chair… whatever you would like! I am excited that I don’t have to worry about where to store a high chair once Little Bear is done with it, because this one will just grow with him. Plus the Nuna Zaaz doesn’t LOOK like a high chair, no cutesy designs, just a great chair that will match pretty much any decor. You can find the Nuna Zaaz at many retailers including Sears. And make sure to follow Nuna on facebook to see their lineup of great products.
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Disclosure: I was provided samples of some of the products mentioned above for the purposes of this review. All opinions are strictly my own.