Make brekkie, lunch and tea easier when you’re camping with your little one, by seating them in the handy and secure Handy High Chair from OZtrail.
This chair features a 16mm high tensile steel frame, with a safety locking mechanism to hold the chair in the open position for your peace of mind. It’s got a removable plastic tabletop to seat food on, which can be easily wiped clean to keep it nice and hygienic. The internal retention keeps your child from wiggling away from an incoming spoonful of dinner, while the 600D polyester fabric seat is easy to clean when they inevitably spill their food. When the holiday is over and it’s time to pack up and hit the road, this chair also comes with its own heavy-duty zippered carry bag for easy transport.
Feeding a toddler is hard enough when you’re at home, let alone when you’re out at the campsite, so make that easier with a Handy High Chair from OZtrail.
Sturdy 16mm high tensile steel frame
Internal retention harness for security
Easy to clean 600D polyester fabric
Vertical leg stabilisers for stability
Safety locking mechanism to hold chair in open position
Heavy-duty zippered carry bag for transport
80kg weight capacity
40.5W x 43D x 83H cm | Table 40.5W x 19D x 5H cm
84L x 17W x 16H cm
50H x 28W x 32D cm
Soft Arms | Rigid Removable Molded Plastic Table Top
Harness 1 answer
what are the measurements? to ensure it will fit my 16 month old baby
Pauline - Brisbane, QLD (1 month ago)
I have just got the store to check some measurements of the Harness, the approx max length of the shoulder straps is 380mm, the width between them is about 200mm and the back of the chair to the front clip is about 280mm.
Kaya - Snowys(1 month ago)
Question 1 answer
What age is this chair suitable for?
Leigh - Hoppers Crossing(3 years ago)
Oztrail doesn't specify an age for this chair, however, with an 80kg weight rating, your toddler will be able to fit until the outground the physical space, which will likely be around 3. In terms of a younger age, one they're able to safely sit up they can sit in the high chair, just make sure to closely supervise them.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
any chance of it falling? is it stable?1 answer
Worried that a child rocking about would make it fall over?
erin - karratha(3 years ago)
The Handy High Chair is quite stable, and has a locking mechanism to stop it from collapsing. However, as with any high chair close supervision is recommended.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Can you have the childs name put on the chair1 answer
Can you have the childs name put on the chair
Elizabeth - Perth(4 years ago)
I've no doubt you could use a suitable marker to write the name on the chair, Elizabeth, but as for embroidery or printing, this is a question for a professional in that industry. It's not something we can organise for you, sorry.