High Chairries

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The very popular High Chairries have been redesigned with wider and deeper seats for better ergonomics and stability.  KYDZStrong® construction. KYDZSafe® edges. KYDZTuff® finish. Chair 17"W x 18½"D.  Available in 7" or 9" seat... More Info

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The very popular High Chairries have been redesigned with wider and deeper seats for better ergonomics and stability.  KYDZStrong® construction. KYDZSafe® edges. KYDZTuff® finish. Chair 17"W x 18½"D.  Available in 7" or 9" seat height.   Suitable for ages 1-2 years.

ITERS-R: Furniture for routine care and play 3.1 - Enough furniture for routine care.

ITERS-R: Furniture for routine care and play 3.4 - Seats for children are comfortable and supportive (Ex. footrest, side and back supports; non-slippery surface; safety belt if needed).

FCCERS-R: Furniture for routine care, play, and learning 3.1 - Enough furniture for routine care.

FCCERS-R: Furniture for routine care, play, and learning 5.3 - Furniture promotes self-help as needed (Ex. steps near sink; special chair for child with physical disability; low open shelves for accessible toy storage; special storage accessible only to school-agers).

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