Mums’ picks 2018: best highchairs

UK mums have voted in their thousands to tell you the best baby and toddler products of 2018.

From trying first foods to joining in with family mealtimes your baby’s highchair plays a big role in his first years and the right one can take the stress out of dinnertime for you. Safety and functionality are key considerations and you’ll probably also want to make sure it’s easy to clean. See why parents chose these as their favourite highchairs in 2018.Image of Mums' picks 2018 best highchairs runner-up Red Kite Feed Me

5. Red Kite Feed Me

Why mums love it

The Red Kite Feed Me highchair has a comfortable padded vinyl seat and can be folded away when you need more space. These highchairs also now come with a splash mat. You can pick from various models in the range.

Price: from £28.

What mums say…

“I love this highchair. It’s easy to clean and comfortable for my baby.”

“It looks great and is good value.”Image of Mums' picks 2018 best highchairs runner-up Joie Mimzy Snacker Highchair

4. Joie Mimzy Snacker

Why mums love it

The Mimzy Snacker can be folded with one hand for easy storage. It features a unique tray on the back of the seat, ideal for keeping your baby’s bibs and wet wipes to hand. The tray is also dishwasher-safe.

Price: £60 RRP

What mums say…

“It’s very easy to fold and put away between meals. It’s also easy to keep clean.”

“I like this product as the tray is easy to remove, and the seat is padded and supportive. It also looks great!”

Image of Mums' picks 2018 best highchairs runner-up Mamas & Papas Pesto

3. Mamas & Papas Pesto

Why mums love it

The Mamas & Papas Pesto is a versatile highchair that grows with your child. You can remove the tray and adjust the height of the chair to fit any family dining table.

Price: £64.99 RRP

What mums say…

“Just an all round great highchair.”

“It’s easy to clean, with a good-sized storage basket underneath. It has a comfortable reclining seat and folds away.”

Image of Mums' picks 2018 best highchairs runner-up Ikea Antilop

2. Ikea Antilop

Why mums love it

This affordable highchair has a simple design, which makes it lightweight and easy to clean. It can be bought with or without a tray, depending on how you want to use it, and you can buy a support pillow for extra comfort.

Price: £14

What mums say…

“It’s so cheap but really is good quality. It’s been used every day for over two years and looks as good as new. It’s also easy to clean.”

“I love this product! I had a fancy all-singing and all-dancing high chair for my eldest but it was so unnecessary when this product does exactly what you need. It’s easy to use, and doesn’t take up too much space. It’s easy to wipe down and you can add cushioning for smaller babies.”Image of Mums' picks 2018 best highchairs winner Stokke Tripp Trapp

1. Stokke Tripp Trapp

Why it’s a winner

Featuring an adjustable seat and footplate, the Stokke Tripp Trapp is suitable for children of all ages. The ergonomic sitting position is designed to improve posture and spine development.

Price: £169 RRP

What mums say…

“I like that your child sits at the table with you. I also like the way that the base is designed compared to lots of other highchairs – it’s not so easy to trip over the feet.”

“It’s long lasting, safe and you can use it up to teenage years.”