Updated March 05, 2015.
The Bottom Line
The Polly High Chair by Chicco is a very nice high chair. I like the maneuverability and how small it folds to hide in the kitchen. The buckle is really difficult to work and it is impossible to do with one hand, though does get better over time.
- 5 Point Harness
- Reclines in 3 positions
- Front and rear wheels
- Buckle is really hard to work.
- Double pad is odd.
- Multiple positions for babies and toddlers of all ages.
- 5 point harness for the high chair and safety.
- Comes in multiples pad designs.
Guide Review - Polly High Chair by Chicco
I bought the Polly High Chair by Chicco because it moved easily in the store. With eight kids and a kitchen that is cramped, I need to be able to move the high chair out of the way. This one has front and back wheels for ease of movement. As an added bonus it folds nicely to store.
The seat has seven positions for height and three for reclining, so you have plenty of options. You can use it for a smaller baby not yet ready to eat, all the way to a larger toddler. The straps are adjustable and have a five point harness for safety. As I said above they are a bit difficult to use.
The tray comes off with one hand. It can store on the back of the high chair which is nice. It also has two tray liners so one is clean while the other is in the dish washer.Though the tray is probably easier to hand wash as it takes up nearly the entire lower or upper rack.
They advertise that it includes two pads, but you're really using them both at once.
While they are fairly easy to clean and wipe down, having two pads didn't make a lot of sense to me. There are multiple colors available.
The instructions to put it together were okay. I obviously figured it out. The biggest concern was lack of detail, I hesitated over a couple of pieces wondering if I was about to damage it irreparably.