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Summer season Toddler Pop and Sit Transportable Booster, Inexperienced/Gray

Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Booster, Green/Grey

  • Light-weight, folding body units up in seconds, good for feeding or playtime
  • Removable, dishwasher secure tray (BPA free)
  • Sturdy building for indoor or out of doors use
  • Handy carrying case makes this booster good for a day within the park, on the seaside, or journey to a mates home
  • Contains Three-point security harness and chair security straps to be used on grownup chair

The pop ‘n sit transportable booster helps on-the-go existence and makes feeding time simple with a detachable, BPA free tray, progressive pop and fold set-up, and over the shoulder carrying bag. Sturdy Product.

Worth: $ 28.99

Summer season Toddler Pop and Sit Transportable Booster, Inexperienced/Gray
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3 thoughts on “Summer season Toddler Pop and Sit Transportable Booster, Inexperienced/Gray

  • May 10, 2018 at 10:39 am
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    496 of 515 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not the same as the picture., May 11, 2016
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    Amazon Customer (Pico Rivera,CA) –

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    This review is from: Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Booster, Green/Grey (Baby Product)
    The seatbelt in the picture is sewn in the backing of the chair. The chair I received, the seatbelt was sewn into the bottom back area of the seat. When I put my son in the seat he almost fell out from the side when he went to reach for something. I love the chair but I’m sending it back. I’m not sure if I got a defective chair. If someone from Summer Infant could contact me that would be great.

  • May 10, 2018 at 11:27 am
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    361 of 383 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as advertised, July 17, 2016
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    This review is from: Summer Infant Pop and Sit Portable Booster, Green/Grey (Baby Product)
    A picture is worth a thousand words! so check out the picture I attached and buyer beware is all I can say

  • May 10, 2018 at 11:34 am
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    41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Warning – Design is flawed!, July 6, 2017
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    Dyvny (tx) –

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    In concept this is a great chair. Portable, multi-functional and practical. But I would caution potential buyers about the ill conceived design of the strap placement. I totally agree with other reviewers that the waist straps and sewn to the bottom of the chair not the backrest as in the picture. While i dont think this affects the safety or function of the straps, it does place the straps lower on the child’s body (it rests on the thighs rather than around the waist like where a belt would sit). But My biggest issue is the stupid placement of the bottom flap where the straps lock into place. It’s sewn way too inward on the seat (like it should be closer to the edge of the chair but it’s practically in the middle of the seat!) – see photo 1. Once my child sits in the chair (she’s not a big kid, only 30th percentile in weight and is 13 mos) she ends up sitting on half of the flap so that the buckle ends up being really low (near her crotch) and once you click the side straps in place, the entire buckle is lodged uncomfortably between her thighs rather than higher up like near her belly (I’m sorry I didn’t take a photo of that to show you). Thankfully my mom is a seamstress so we moved the placement of the buckle so that it is higher up on the flap and thus raises the entire bucket high enough to clear her legs (see pictures where we unstiched the buckle and moved it up towards the top of the flap. The last photo shows you where buckle is now AFTER we moved tge location) but why should users have to hack a product if it was designed properly?

    Also agree the tray is a pain to put on and remove. In short, i like the product enough to keep it (because we plan to use it for restaurants, travels and as a kid’s chair in our living room) but I would warn anyone who doesn’t know how to fix the placement of the buckles or have a sewing machine to reconsider. The location of these straps and buckles does not work! I also wouldn’t recommend this to anyone who plans to use it everyday as a highchair replacement. It’s way too small of a tray and way too annoying to deal with if using it multiple times a day, everyday. It’s really a shame because it could be such an awesome product!

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