Parenthood

Check it out… Brevi Dinette Chair for the little one

I never realised just how much stuff we would have to try pile into a car each time we go away for a few days – just for the kid. I’m also not even going to start on my hubby’s packing…

There is the diapers, cream, wipes, clothes, formula, bottles, sterilizers, food, spoons, toys, pram… and the list just goes on. Oh and the two cats.

So when we buy something for her we always look at what will fit into our lifestyle – and I get excited when I spot something that we can use at home or take on a trip with us to make our lives easier.

Prima Baby South Africa announces the release of a brand new, exciting product in the world of baby furniture – the Brevi Dinette Chair.

Restaurant tables, outside furniture or even your own dining set – there is no table surface that Brevi Dinette Chair cannot adhere to.  The chair is an indispensable item for your baby to sit and eat from, in total safety and comfort.

What’s more, the stylish design won’t make you want to pack it away in the cupboard when visitors pop by.

… and it can go anywhere which is important when you want to go everywhere.

With a handy carry bag for travel purposes, the chair has a padded, ergonomic backrest to support baby’s back and is covered with a removable, washable cotton fabric.  The adjustable screw clamps can be adapted to most table surfaces, even those with thick tops and the chair comes with an internal safety harness to keep wriggly little ones safe and stationary.

The Brevi Dinette Chair is available in grey, navy and red and avaiable at Hamley’s Baby Stores nationwide, www.takealot.com, www.loot.com, www.thebabyzone.co.za, www.cleverlittlemonkey.co.za and selected Kids Emporium stores.

  • Ages: From when baby can sit upright – 7-9 months to 36 months.
  • Suggested retail price: R1399.99
  • Safety Guide Lines:
    • Never leave your child unattended in the high chair
    • Always strap in your child using the special safety harness
    • Pay particular attention when you transfer your child in and out of the high chair

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