We were kindly gifted the Safety 1st Timba Wooden Highchair for a review. Even though this product was gifted, I want to stress that I still have given my honest…
We were kindly gifted the Safety 1st Timba Wooden Highchair for a review. Even though this product was gifted, I want to stress that I still have given my honest opinion.
The Highchair arrived in a large cardboard box. For some this may not be a concern but as we only have a small household bin that gets collected every 2 weeks, the advantaging of having recyclable packaging is a huge bonus for us!
All of the parts inside were individually wrapped to avoid damage.
Assembling the Highchair
There were a few more pieces to put together than I first expected but what is new with flat pack items.
I had Jay to help me assemble the Highchair but, I could have done it on my own. It was just easier with him whilst I could film the process.
The Highchair took around 20-30 minutes to build as we came across a problem trying to slot the seat in. This meant we had to unscrew half of the chair to slot it in and put it back together again.
I thought I would be honest in including that part as I know flat packed products are not for everyone.
Luckily no extra tools were needed and the Highchair came with its on Allen Key.
Above I have taken the features directly off the website.
My favourite part is that the Highchair is adjustable for the size of your child.
The Highchair we had previous to this one, was too big to attach the eating tray too, which meant Mole had to be against our kitchen counter to eat. I love how this Highchair feels is it build custom made to her size and she can have her own little tray.
The white shade matches perfectly with our kitchen and looks clean and modern in our photographs.
The Highchair retails at £70.00.
Do I think it is worth the money?
I would have liked it to have been a tiny bit easier to put together but for a wooden chair that is custom to her size I can’t complain.
Our previous Highchair retailed at £450 and I can see clear advantages in the Safety 1st in comparison.
If you’re looking for a modern Highchair that looks sleek in your kitchen and blends in with the rest of the furniture (nothing bright and colourful) this is a great purchase.
My favourite part is how I can update the seating size for her until she is 10 years old so I won’t have to purchase another one as she grows out of it.
Mole looks super comfortable sitting in the chair and eating her food. There is also an option to purchase a cushion for extra comfort.
Another factor for me is the chair is wipeable. Cleaning it down after eating took less that 2 minutes .