Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best Paloma High Chair
We love this highchair!
This highchair is definitely worth the extra money!!! It's very comfortable for our daughter, very easy to clean and super easy to move around. Buying one that was easy to clean was probably the most important factor in our decision and this one did not disappoint! Spend the money and buy this...you will love it!
July 16, 2012
Prima Pappa Best is JUNK!!!
I bought this highchair because I loved the classy look (don't like cheesy baby prints), the feel of the leatherette, and because I wanted a high-quality chair. Well, let me tell you, this thing is far from quality. The plastic joint running under one of the arms was put together incorrectly, causing the tray to barely fit. The bottom of the tray was not assembled correctly and could not be snapped together. The plastic felt extremely flimsy on the sides of the chair and kept popping out of place. Drove 45 minutes back to the store to exchange it for another identical chair. Got home, and although the tray was correct on the second highchair, the exact same side of the chair is defective. There is a button on the side of the chair that pushes down to flip the tray up. The right button jams on both chairs. You can fiddle with it and eventually make it work. But, for the price of this chair it is NOT WORTH it. Also, the cover is sewn sloppily down one side. It was identical on both chairs so it must be the way they are all sewn in the factory. Peg Perego likes to boast about how this chair is made in Italy to make you think you are really getting a high-end highchair. I have to admit, I am a TOTAL name brand snob so I fell for it. Well, don't be fooled. It is a flimsly piece of junk. Also, there are lots of places under the cover where food will get stuck and it will never come out. I am a neat freak and it will drive me crazy knowing there is food stuck in there breeding all kinds of bacteria. I am taking this thing back. HATE it and SOOOOO disappointed. Going to try the Graco Blossom. It gets rave reviews!
June 24, 2011
This does absolutely everything! It rolls, it reclines, it has an adjustable foot rest, it has height adjustment, it collapses easily for travel, and it cleans up easily. Have had no problems with the chair and plan on using it for many years to come! The tray is a little high for younger babies but adjust the height of the chair and roll it up to the table for feeding. Great chair!!!
May 7, 2011
Tray too high
Peg Perego's tray is too high for a small baby to feed him/herself and it's not adjustable (it's designed for an 18 month old). The tray does not sit at a comfortable height for the baby to view and pick up the food.
The color choices are nice and leatherette is easy to clean and maintain.
March 28, 2011
READ THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PEOPLE!!!
Thats all i'll say about the child dropping thing. Otherwise its very well built, sturdy, love that i can adjust and recline the seat, my girl loves the comfort of the seat and it wipes clean and stores very easily. Great buy, i can see myself using this for the next child too!
September 15, 2010
Perfect, if you get a non-defective one..
Similar to a previous reviewer, I exchanged my peg perego high chair something like 4 times before returning it because the seat kept dropping. The last chair dropped and my sons arm got caught, that's when I knew I had to choose a different high chair.. maybe it was just a bad batch, but it's really scary to see such a malfunction with your child strapped in... But if it didn't do that... it's very sturdy construction, super practical material, along with stylish looks, WOULD'VE made this my top pick...
August 23, 2010
not worth it
It looks nice, rolls good, I like the leather. But I ended up returning it. First off the first time I put my son in it the thing dropped, and I had previously checked it, so that was scary. I felt awkward for the feeding, I couldn't get too close because of the leg design. To me, it felt pretty cheap built for the price. I ended up getting the bloom and LOVE love love it.
March 4, 2010