Oxo Tot Nest Booster Seat with Straps (Taupe)-Feeding-OXO Tot-009907 TP-babyandme.ca
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Oxo Tot Nest Booster Seat with Straps (Taupe)

$104.99
    DETAILS

    The Oxo Tot Nest Booster Seat is a Booster Seat that will bring kids to the family table from as young as nine months. The Nest Booster Seat was designed with a soft, removable cushion, as well as a high back and sides, to make any grown-up chair comfortable for your little one. It was also designed to be easy to clean and store, to make the after-meal clean up comfortable for you. The 3-point harness keeps even the wiggliest tot secure, and is adjustable for growing kids. The back and bottom chair straps are adjustable for a secure fit on different chair styles and sizes and the non-slip feet keep the Booster Seat stable while protecting chairs from scratches. The built-in handle allows for easy transport, and the straps store neatly in a compartment under the Booster Seat when not in use.

     

    • Recommended Age 9 Months+ 
    • Weight Capacity: up to 50 lbs (22.6 kg)
    • 3-point adjustable harness
    • High back and sides support your child comfortably
    • Boosts your child up to table height
    • Stain-resistant, tear-resistant cushion
    • Adjustable chair straps fit a range of kitchen chairs
    • Non-slip feet prevent scratches on kitchen chairs
    • Built-in handle for easy transport
    • Harness straps are removable for children aged 3 years+
    • Easy, wipe clean design
    • Cushion lifts out for cleaning
    • BPA, PVC, and phthalate free
    • Product Weight: 5.3 lbs (2.4 kg)

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