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Video Unboxing: A 4-in-1 High Chair That Lasts for Ten Years
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September 11, 2023

Video Unboxing: A 4-in-1 High Chair That Lasts for Ten Years

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Video Unboxing: A 4-in-1 High Chair That Lasts for Ten Years

Over the years, baby’s mealtime will evolve. It only makes sense that the high chair you choose evolves right along with it. That’s where the Skip Hop EON 4-in-1 Multi-Stage High Chair comes in. Designed to be used for up to 80 pounds, it’s a transforming option that looks great around the house thanks to its modern, streamlined design. Babylist Scout Aileen shows just how the EON’s grow-with-baby features work in the video above.

What the EON 4-in-1 High Chair Does

Equipped with everything you need to go from baby to toddler to big kid, the EON 4-in-1 High Chair is a space-saving option for mealtimes and beyond. Here’s what you can look forward to with this high chair.

  • All-In-One: Many multi-stage high chairs need extra accessories to be safe for every stage, but this one comes with everything you need right out of the box—including straps and a 5-point harness.
  • No-Fuss Clean Up: Mealtimes can get messy, but every part of this high chair is easy to wipe down with just a damp cloth or sponge. The removable tray also comes with a dishwasher-safe insert for hands-off cleaning.
  • Wallet-Friendly: In the lineup of options out there, both multi-stage and modern-looking, the Skip Hop EON gives you the best of both worlds without breaking the bank. At $164.99, it’s on the more affordable side of both categories.
  • Meals and Beyond: When your kiddo no longer needs a high chair for mealtimes, you can transform this high chair into a big kid chair that’s perfect for a play table or in a playroom.

If you decide to get the EON for your little one, here’s a heads up: it comes pre-assembled as a booster seat, so there is some reassembly required if you want to start off with a high chair for a younger child. But it’s pretty straightforward with parts you pop in and out and secure with screws. Want something to match your decor? It also comes in two modern colorways to complement your grown-up space, including a moody slate gray.

Why You’d Want That

High chairs are a pretty essential part of mealtime because they provide a safe space for baby to eat. Whether you’re starting them off with their first solids or getting ready to enter the independent feeding stage, it helps to have a high chair that can be used along every part of the journey. While there are a lot of convertible options around, if you’re looking for a high chair that goes beyond the toddler stage, is designed to blend in with your grown-up furniture, doesn’t need extra accessories and is well under $200, the EON is a solid option. Watch Aileen’s detailed video review to see if this will work for your family.

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