Best High Chairs with Low Prices

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Fisher-Price EZ Clean

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The Fisher-Price EZ Clean (starting at $80) is indeed easy to clean, according to reviews online. Even the straps are

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Photo by: Cheapism.com
Fisher-Price EZ Clean

Related: Costco vs. Sam's Club
The Fisher-Price EZ Clean (starting at $80) is indeed easy to clean, according to reviews online. Even the straps are coated to make them a breeze to wipe down and there are no small crevasses where food can disappear. This is an adjustable high chair with four different heights to choose from and a weight limit of 50 pounds. It can also be folded up for space-saving storage.
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Mon, Oct 28, 2013 9:00 AM EDT

By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com

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Inexpensive high chairs may lack the sleek and modern design of some luxury high chairs, but the best ones offer comfort and safety without a price that makes you feel like throwing food against the wall. They are easy to use and may actually have more amenities than pricier models. The budget high chairs recommended here cost $80 or less and were selected by Cheapism.com based on their affordability, features, and reviews by experts and consumers.

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The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association certifies high chairs that meet certain specifications and have been tested against a set of safety standards. Before purchasing a high chair, look for the "JPMA Certified" seal. Parents can opt for even more safety features than the certification mandates. For instance, one standard is a three-point harness that fastens around the waist, as well as a post between the legs to keep the child from slipping out. Experts recommend a five-point harness with additional straps over the shoulders to secure a child in the chair.

The high chairs shown here come with five-point harnesses and other convenient features, as well. They recline into several different positions, making bottle-feeding easier. The food trays/inserts are dishwasher-safe and detach with one hand. And the seat pads can be thrown in the washing machine for easy cleaning.

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