What I really like about the Poppy is that it, unlike our old high chair, slots nicely onto the dinner table so she can join the big people instead of sitting second row. She is still confined to a high chair and her food stays nicely in place on the tray but she doesn’t seem to mind as much as before. I also love that the tray is rounded so it fits much better around her body, most high chairs have straight, rectangular trays so lots of food seems to fall in between. Read more
My one year old can spread his food round the good sized tray with minimal mess as the tray is snug enough around his body. My three year old enjoys using it as her ‘arm’ chair while watching her favourite programme. In general I think phil&teds have brought out yet another innovative product. I am definitely a fan of products that can be adapted to suit your growing child. I highly recommend it for those with a bit of space in the kitchen/dining area. Read more
For me, a good high chair has to perform in four key areas: Cleaning - a triple tick. The seat has no cracks or seams for food to get stuck in, is easily wiped clean and has a large detachable tray that is dishwasher safe. Comfort - the poppy's seat is seriously comfy. The aerocore seat is super soft and spongy and I can see kids happily sitting without a sore bum in sight. Stylish - another big tick here. The poppy looks great in all of it's modes. And with a heap of colours to choose from I'm sure it'll fit in with even the wildest of colour schemes. Lifetime - huge tick. As well as the benefits of the seat being UV-resistant so no sun fading, waterproof and wipe clean, the poppy will easily see you through from 6 months beyond as it converts to a cute little seat.
Our poppy received a Bronze award for Best High Chair in the Nursery Trader Awards 2013.
"The Poppy is very well made and functional - it's wipe-clean seat is made from aerocore and is perhaps the most comfortable seat in this category. I love the fact that the tray 'wraps' around your child as we all know that weaning children can be a messy business. I love the comfort and flexibility this seat offers and it's good value for money."
For those parents with a small kitchen or who like to store the chair between uses, the Poppy breaks down easily for a very compact storage. All you have to do is pop off the legs and footrest and you can easily store the seat, tray and legs in a pantry or closet.
Overall, the Poppy is a simple high chair that not only looks cool but gets the job done. It is easy to clean, has a large tray, can be broken down for storage and has an extended use as the “My Chair”. For us that is a win for a high chair! Read more
phil&teds have cottoned on to the fact that babies are messy eaters. poppy’s waterproof & seamless aerocore seat eliminates any risk of food hiding in cracks but at the same time is comfortably soft and spongy. The whole thing can be easily wiped clean but additionally the generously sized food tray is easily removed with one click and can even be put in the dishwasher! Read more
Unlike traditional high chairs (with crumb-collecting padded seats and bulky designs), the poppy has a sleek, stylish shape in three bold color choices, and is super easy to wipe clean. (The high chair tray is even dishwasher safe.) And unlike modern high chairs, this one converts from baby high chair to big-kid chair — and not just by pulling up to the table, but by actually shrinking down to their size. Read More
You only have to so much as glance at a magazine, or switch on the television (hello, Mad Men!) to notice the evergreen design aesthetic of the Sixties is enjoying yet another swinging moment.So it pleases us to see phil&teds latest launch, the poppy high chair, has more than a hint of Barbarellaesque retro futurism about its eye-catching design. Read More
The innovative hypo-allergenic aerocore seat delivers spongy soft comfort with a handy dishwasher-safe tray, while crumbs have nowhere to hide thanks to the smooth and seamless construction. Read More
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