The Big Sellers
High-end Italian brands Peg-Perego and Chicco Mamma high chairs are always favorites among experts and moms. These chairs have everything you might expect from the heavier price tag—generally between $200 and $400—including several fabric choices (even "leatherette" in the Peg Perego Brand), adjustable height and reclining positions, lightweight construction, and easy one-hand folding.
European-style feeding chair favorite, Stokke KinderZeat, has unique styling with several colors available in a seat that goes from 18 months to adulthood. Its prices are comparable to Italian brands.
American manufacturers offer several of the same features as the imports without the big price tag. Check out Baby Trend's Trend High Chair, Evenflo's Simplicity High Chair, Fisher-Price's Healthy Care High Chair, and Healthy Care's Healthy Care Deluxe. Each of these models, with prices between $70 to $120, vary slightly so you may want to review their features at an online shopping source like Amazon.com before you make your trip to a local baby superstore. And inexpensive chairs, such as Graco's Easy Chair, priced at around $50, offer many of these same features but without any frills.
No matter what type or brand of high chair you finally decide to buy, be sure to check the BabyZone Recall News to make sure that your high chair model has not had any recalls.