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Chicco Polly Highchair (Happyland)
by Chicco
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Hey there!! The exact saem thing happened with me, I though it was just mine, but apparently this chair is faulty! I will contact Amazon, we should all do the same, as the chair isn't cheap At all!!
13 Mar 2014 by Maria S.
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Hi The activity tray does have a cup holder, but if you are asking - when a baby's cup is placed in the holder, if the baby grabs/knocks the cup will it stay in place - the answer is no, it won't. The high chair is very robust, will not over balance, very easy in my opinion to keep clean, folds back neatly, but not easy to swivel around on the floor, and the one thing I do not like about it is the actual tray. I would have preferred a tray that will lift up and over the back of the chair, then fold flat, when not in use, rather than a separate tray. Just my opinion. I am using the highchair as I care for my 1 yr old grandaughter whilst mum and dad work - there certainly is plenty of growing room with this chair, and it is height adjustable. She was one in December but I am still using the extra inside padded cushion for her and she weighs about 21lbs now. My son (her dad) has also bought the same chair as he did extensive shop research checking out all makes and models, cost irrelevant, and came to the conclusion this one was the best buy. Hope this helps. Lyn
15 Jan 2015 by Lyn
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Yes - very easily.
20 Dec 2014 by Ms. Louise Steel
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Dimensions Assembled: 63,5 x 82 x 104 cm; Dimensions Closed : 63,5 x 25,5 x 92 cm; Weight: 10 kg; - See more at: http://www.chicco.co.uk/OurProducts/SchedaProdotto/tabid/1078/art/06079065260930/Default.aspx#sthash.m5zxIcRX.dpuf
11 Dec 2014 by Sophia Sarri
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No. But you dont need brakes. While on the stable position it has thick rubber padding on the bottom which doesn't let the chair move any way. To move the chair and use wheels, you have to lift the front legs of the chair slightly up so that wheels get intact with surface (floor) and then you can move the chair easily.
17 Oct 2014 by Rana Rubbani
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Hi, I have measured the highchair from the floor to the highchair tray - it is 33 inches fully extended. I hope this helps. It is a very comfortable high chair - my 9 month old granddaughter uses it 3 days per week when I look after her - easy to keep clean and very comfortable. It is robust and would last several children, no problem. Lyn
6 Oct 2014 by Lyn
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