IKEA LANGUR Junior/highchair with tray, white | IKEA Junior dining chairs | IKEA Children's chairs | Eachdaykart
We know that children's skin is extra sensitive, but not to worry. This product has been tested, approved and is completely free from substances that may harm your child's skin or health.
A highchair makes it easier for small children to sit at the same table as adults, which helps them develop social and eating skills.
The included safety belt has been designed so it won’t pinch children when securing them in the highchair, and it has a release button which makes it easy for you – and not your child – to unlock the safety belt with 1 hand.
Place the meal on the tray within easy reach of your child, so that they can discover the world of food while learning to eat on their own.
The tray has raised edges which help prevent spills from landing on the floor.
You can easily remove the highchair seat shell to transform the highchair into a junior chair when your child is able to sit at the table without being secured.
The junior chair’s height is perfect so that your child is able to sit at the dining table – meaning everyone can enjoy mealtimes together.
Two footrests help the child to easily climb up and down from the junior chair, giving them more independence.
The wide L-shaped frame creates a more open space around the chair and makes it stable, so that it doesn’t tip when the child climbs up to sit or climbs down from it.
Stands steady on uneven floors because the feet are adjustable.
You can stack the junior chair or push it under the table to save space when not in use.
The smooth surface has no nooks and corners which are difficult to reach, which makes the chair easy to clean.
Place KOLON floor protector under the child's chair to make cleaning up after mealtimes easier.
- Designer : IKEA of Sweden
- Country of Origin : China
- Article Number : 292.525.54
As children get older, this chair changes too. From being a secure place where infants learn to eat and talk, to giving children the freedom to leave the table on their own when they’re big enough.