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A chair for life
The Leander® highchair is designed to move slightly with the child. After all, it’s designed especially for children – and children rarely sit still, do they? Not even when they’re sitting at a table.
Our highchair is designed to follow your child through many years. That is why we have chosen a quality that not only allows the chair to follow the development of one child, it can be passed on from generation to generation. In fact, the Leander® high chair is a really good chair for adults as well. Simply switch the food and back plate to ensure proper sitting comfort. Try it, before you buy it for your child - if you like it, most likely your child will too!
Why does the chair move?
The Leander® highchair is designed to move. And children move. It’s there nature. The chair’s small movements make the child more conscious of his or her body and therefore more relaxed. Sticky fingers and spilt milk don’t matter that much now, do they?
Is my child ready for a high chair?
By the age of 6 months, most children are ready to sit in a high chair. At that age, most children are able to roll from stomach to crawling position and to sitting posture. Always remember to look at your child. The back should be straight and the child should be able to sit without support from cushions.
The best way to experience the Leander highchair is to visit your local Leander retailer. Find your retailer now. Call in advance and make sure they have it in their showroom.
- H: 83 cm, W: 55 cm, D: 56 cm
- Weighs only 5.1 kg
- Available in more colours
- The stool set is made of moulded European beechwood
- Finished with water-based lacquer
- Adjustable set, foot and backplate
- A comfortable adult chair
Additional accessories available
You have probably heard it before: Turn off you mobile. There must be something to it, after all. Too much noise at the dinner table can make it hard for your child to concentrate – which may ultimately dim your child’s appetite.
With birth, a long and exciting journey begins. Your baby will learn how to hold its head, control its hands, turn, crawl and walk. But to do so, your baby’s senses need stimulation. Encourage your baby’s development through movement. It strengthens the senses, balance and motor skills.