Arden’s new high chair was delivered yesterday in the mail! He loves it! We chose the Boon Flair highchair in the white, gray, and orange color combination.
When Graham was about 6 months old I had my eye on this high chair but decided to go with the Babyhome Taste highchair due to it being a clean design, neutral color, and cheaper price. Being a first time mother, I didn’t realize there were a few features missing from the Babyhome highchair. It didn’t have wheels and it was at a fixed height. It’s just the right height so that it won’t fit next to our dining table if the tray is attached. Luckily we can use it without the tray and it makes the perfect booster seat for Graham (age 3). So when I saw that the Boon Flair highchair was on clearance at Walmart, I scooped it up for Arden (7 months old). It is currently marked down so if you need a highchair, go check this one out!
The Boon Flair has continuous height positioning with a pneumatic lift perfect for moving from the dining table height to the kitchen island bar stool height. The wheels under the base make it easy to roll around the kitchen so Arden can be a part of the action when we’re cooking.
Push this orange foot button for the chair to lift up or down.
One big selling feature for me was that the Boon highchair has no fabric or crevices for lost food. It will be easy to wipe this chair down after each meal.
The orange tray cover is dishwasher safe and the soft orange seat pad is removable.
Push this gray brake pedal with your foot to lock the wheels in place.
To remove the tray, easily push the orange tab on the underside of the tray to one side and pull. The tray has two settings to expand as Arden grows.
I like that Arden can sit in the chair without the straps and still not slide out due to this white plastic leg divider. Graham’s Babyhome highchair doesn’t have this feature so we always felt rushed to buckle him for security. The five point harness on the Boon Flair highchair is very easy to adjust the straps, clip the straps into the central button, and the button is a smooth release when Arden is finished with his meal.
I made y’all this graphic to show that the Boon Flair pedestal highchair color options are orange, green, pink, or blue with the option of a white or gray seat. You can purchase a brown or white seat pad on Amazon if these colors don’t fit your decor. (I considered that, but decided I could live with the orange for now.) The orange is a gender neutral color (in my opinion) that will work just fine if we happen to have another baby one day and she happens to be a girl. We give this highchair an A+.
FTC disclaimer: I purchased this highchair with my own money and am not being compensated for this review by Boon. I just really love this highchair and these are my honest thoughts. This post contains affiliate links.
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