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Graco® DuoDiner™ LX Highchair

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Rating: 5 out of 5 stars


What it is: This versatile and sturdy highchair easily converts from an infant chair for a baby's first feedings to a highchair to sit beside the family table to a booster seat. The conversions are so simple and intuitive. Press the handle at the back of the chair and it reclines smoothly into three different positions. Once your baby can sit upright unassisted, the chair sits up straight with them. When your child's ready to join you at the dining table, just remove the highchair's top portion and attach it to a full-size chair – the straps are stowed tidily away beneath the seat in a special compartment.


In every position or configuration, the DuoDiner is rock-solid sturdy. It can't be tipped and doesn't move when kids are strapped in or pulled out. Another fine feature is the removable tray, which is truly manageable with just one hand and has a dishwasher-safe insert. Another pro: The cloth parts of the chair are machine washable. For about $40 more than the Graco TableFit Highchair, the DuoDiner is sturdier, easier to use, and will probably last parents longer.


What to watch out for: Some parents complain that the tray insert is too large to fit in a standard dishwasher. Though the DuoDiner folds up compactly, the seat and tray must be removed to fold it up. A place to hang the tray on the folded unit would be nice. As with most Graco five-point harnesses, fastening it securely requires two hands and a bit of work, since two pieces must be fit together on each side before clicking into the crotch strap. This can be difficult to do when you've got your hands on a squirming, hungry baby or toddler.


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