Siesta highchair is it REALLY worth it?
September 19, 2019
the peg perego Siesta highchair works as expected. The price is a bit ridiculous for what it is. At $300 I would expect more features for the money; I mean it's a highchair it doesn't have a long lifespan. Also, the back legs stick out so far it's a tripping hazard if you're not fully paying attention to where you are going. My LO just had eggs for the first time, more egg ended up in the highchair than in her mouth; trying to clean it up was quite a little challenge. There are small cracks and crevices that the eggs got stuck in. Also, the tray was awkward to get on and off, my wife had to show me how to do it. Yeah sure it's a place to feed the baby, but honestly I could've bought 2 fantastic Graco or Chicco highchairs for this price, I kinda wish I had! All in all if you want to spend $300 on a highchair, that's up to you. It is very nice with the quality of plastic/ vinyl they use for the seat cover and the removable extra tray. It has an amazing fold, once you learn how to kick down the wheels. Would not recommend for apartments or other small spaces because it does have a large footprint when open.
Prosadditional removable tray
Nice color selection
Large open footprint
Could've had better upholstery
Rather difficult to clean (for BLW)
Awkward fold- you have to kick the wheels to get it so stand alone
Doesn't have any head support (baby starts to get a little tired when eating and will try to lean for head support)
Best UsesLimited time highchair.