Inglesina 2012 Zuma Gray Highchair, Cream (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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2012 Inglesina Zuma is the highchair that makes any meal space extra special. Contemporary design and lasting comfort combine to bring your baby and your home the very best in both form and function. Easily transportable and a cinch to clean, Zuma gets the highest marks in every category. 3-position reclining backrest enables eating, playing and, of course, napping. 8-position adjustable height (from 21" to 31.5") mechanism helps to fit many different tables. Compact fold allows easy storage (even under the table) when not in use. The ideal highchair for small apartments or space-conscious parents. Removable fabric with double padding and treated as machine washable in cold water, waterproof and stain-proof. One seat cover is included. More can be purchased as extra. 5-point harness provides maximum safety. New for 2012: the bigger tray is wider than in the previous years and the seat is a little more vertical in the upright position, so that the baby sits closer to the tray and fallen food is more likely to land on the tray than on the floor. Also, the removable serving tray (2 are included per highchair) snaps into place so your baby can't knock it off. As always it is dishwasher-friendly. Use: from birth to 36 months.

100% Polyester; Imported; 8-position adjustable height, with an easy-to-use telescopic mechanism; 3-position reclining backrest for eating, playing, napping; Easy to clean monique seat; Removable and washable double seat pads; Additional removable snack-tray that can be washed in the dishwasher; 5-point harness

Batteries required: No

Item model number: AZ90C6CREUS/X

Item Weight: 31 pounds


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