10 Best Baby High Chairs

Mealtime can be a disaster if you do not have a piece of proper sitting equipment where your child can sit and eat. Whereas, Finding the right baby high chair can make mealtime a pleasant experience.

Baby High chairs are not the main priority when your little one is born but once they start to grow and hit the 4- to 6-month mark, you have to start introducing them to foods like purees and small bites, your baby will need a high chair.

The baby high chairs have removable & washable Dining Tray & Seat Cushion that makes it even more convenient to use. The baby high chair has wheels with breaks that make it easy to be moved across the room. The removable and washable seat pad is another great feature.

While there are so many BABY HIGH CHAIRS avialbe in the market, you should select the best one for your kid.

Here’s a list of 10 BEST BABY HIGH CHAIRS that are ranked by comfort, ease of cleaning, quality, and style.

Our Top Picks

SYGA High Chair for Baby Kids,Safety Toddler Feeding Booster Seat Dining Table Chair (with Cushion, Brown)

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 3,510 Rs. 6,200

ZOSHOMI Mealtime High Chair with Soft Cushion and Protection Belt for Baby (Pink)

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 2,489 Rs. 5,999

LuvLap 4in1 High Chair for Baby/Kids, Toddler Feeding Booster Seat with Wheels, 3 Height adjustments, with Cushion, 6 Month to...

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 3,899 Rs. 4,799

LuvLap 3 in 1 Convertible High Chair with 5 Point Safety Belts, for 6 to 36 Months Baby, Max Weight...

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 4,099 Rs. 5,795

AZOD Multi Functional High Chair Baby Chair Booster Seat Children Adjustable Folding Chairs Kids Highchair Seat Baby Eating Seats Swing...

Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
out of stock

LBLA 3-in-1 Baby Feeding Portable High Chair, Toddler Booster Seat with Tray (Blue)

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
out of stock
Rs. 2,699 Rs. 4,290

Arkmiido 2 in 1 Baby High Chair Feeding Booster Seat for Babies with Storage Basket Height Adjustable Feeding Chair (Green)

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
out of stock
Rs. 3,590 Rs. 5,690

StarAndDaisy Folding Baby High Chair Recline Highchair Height Adjustable Feeding Seat Wheels *Upgraded Version with Wheel and PU Cushion pad*...

Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
out of stock

Luvlap Royal Highchair with 7 Height Levels, 3 Position Seat Recline and Wheels, Purple

Free shipping
Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 6,399 Rs. 8,199

Ikea High Chair with Tray (White and Silver)

Last update was on: September 16, 2021 12:30 am
in stock
Rs. 2,560 Rs. 3,499

Types Of Baby High Chairs

There are several different types of baby high chairs that are available in the market.

Metal or Plastic High Chairs

Metal or Plastic High Chairs are the most common types of baby chair that you will see. Plastic seems to be more popular than metal, although you’ll often see a combination of the two in a single product.

The great thing about Metal or Plastic High Chairs is that they usually aren’t costly. They are foldable so you can store them in a closet instead of setting them up on permanent display in your kitchen or dining room.

Cadillac High Chairs

Cadillac High Chairs are kind of the deluxe model of the typical high chair. They have more features than the standard chairs do — the trays can be removed and popped in the dishwasher, they may recline, and the seats and backs are often padded nicely.

Wooden High Chairs

Some people still value the beauty and long-lasting appeal of wood. With the bad rap, plastic has earned with parents, wood can be an attractive alternative for parents.

How To Choose The Best Baby High Chair

When shopping for a high chair, consider the following to find the best fit for your family:

The amount of space you have:

You’ll need to be able to easily maneuver and reach, so you can feed your child while he is sitting in the high chair. 

How long you can use the high chair:

Depending on the chair, you may be able to use it from infancy right on through the toddler years. These days, many high chairs easily grow with baby, converting from an infant seat to a toddler booster and then to a chair.

How easy the high chair is to clean:

When your baby becomes a toddler, he will start to learn to feed himself. You’ll need a high chair that’s easy to clean because — trust us — there will be spills, splatters, and crumbs.

The high chair’s portability:

This will likely be especially important for families with smaller kitchens. Some traditional models are not easy to store, which means they’ll take up coveted space in your kitchen and dining room. 


What age do babies use high chairs?

Most recommend waiting until a baby is 6 months old before using a high chair. This is a good starting point, but you’ll want to make sure your baby is ready.

Are high chairs bad for babies?

They may support a baby that doesn’t have good independent sitting skills, but they don’t lead to successful positioning long-term. (For the record, before eating any food all babies – barring medical or developmental issues – should be sitting independently on the floor first, not just propped in a high chair.

Do babies need a high chair?

Because you’ll be nursing or bottle feeding for a while, you won’t need a high chair until your baby starts eating solid food—usually around six months. But you’ll get good use of it long after that, up to two or three years old or beyond depending on the seat.

Can baby sleep in high chair?

No one wants to be a slave to her child’s sleep schedule, but the simple truth is that naps in the stroller, in the car seat, or in the high chair do not provide your baby with the sleep he needs. “Motion sleep keeps the brain in a light sleep, so the child isn’t falling into a deep, restful slumber,” says West

Is a high chair really necessary?

The core of the matter is while a traditional high chair may not be right for you, your baby does need a place to eat. The best high chairs can be a convenient way to provide that.

Can you feed a baby a bottle in high chair?

So you might want to let your baby breastfeed a while, or provide part of the usual bottle. Have your baby sit supported in your lap or in an upright infant seat. Infants who sit well, usually around 6 months, can be placed in a high chair with a safety strap.

Can I put my 4 month old in a high chair?

Babies will generally be ready to sit upright sometime around four to six months of age, usually closer to six months. So how can you tell if your baby is sitting upright enough? Well, first the head and neck should be very stable, without having to be propped up with pillows.

Is high chair useful?

Similar to the issue of saving space, the portable/hook on high chair or travel booster seat is an excellent option as they are usually just a fraction of the cost. They are also more versatile as they can be used when you visit restaurants or friend’s houses, and often useful up to age 3 and beyond.

What do you use after a high chair?

While some children continue to use a high chair happily and safely into the preschool years, others need to move on much earlier. A booster seat can be a good option for a toddler who wants to eat at the table like the rest of the family, but isn’t tall or balanced enough to sit in a regular chair.

Compare items
  • Total (0)