Rubbermaid's Sturdy Chair™ Youth Seats answer your patrons' concerns about sanitation and safety while dining. In a Rubbermaid research study, results showed that parents prefer the cleanability of plastic high chairs over wood high chairs. The high chair has a contemporary design with Microban technology, providing all over protection from further growth of bacteria that can cause odors or staining The molded plastic Sturdy Chair is nonporous and easier to clean than wood. The stackable design makes for easy storage.
This Sturdy Chair High Chair has a convenient handle and wheels for safe, one-handed maneuvering throughout dining room. Without the tray (sold separately), the high chair easily fits underneath a standard height table. The chair's one-piece T-bar and safety harness safely help to secure a child in the chair. This Sturdy Chair High Chair has a convenient handle for safe, one-handed maneuvering throughout dining room. Meets Standard Consumer Safety Specification for High Chairs, which are designed to minimize risk of injury under normal use. It also meets latest ASTM, TUV, and European safety standards.
Under the ASTM designation, this Sturdy Chair is stable to reduce risk of tipping while in use. The components have been engineered to stay on and not present a choking hazard. The chair doesn't have any components that would cause pinching or cuts when the child rotates in chair. The waist restraints are mandatory and will not break. The last designation is that the chair is engineered for structural integrity so it will not collapse, break or be easily damaged.
Country of Origin
Made in USA
Rubbermaid Commercial Products
Manufacturer Part Number
23-1/2" l. x 23-3/8" w. x 29-3/4" h.
Product Weight (lbs)
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Perfect! Review by jj
Perfect functional high chair that is super easy to clean and comfortable. I would trade my [$] Peg Pergo highchair in a heartbeat. (Posted on 4/1/2009)