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Keekaroo Height Right High Chair

*Est. $180
September 2012
by ConsumerSearch
Keekaroo Height Right High Chair

  • High weight rating
  • Adjustable seat and footrest
  • Includes all high chair components
  • Doesn't recline
  • No five-point harness
  • Meal tray hard to remove

The Keekaroo Height Right chair is a good option for parents who want the style and functionality of a modern, wooden high chair at a lower price. It is fully adjustable and will take children from toddlerhood to adulthood. The chair is the basic purchase, but can be bundled with a tray and infant insert. Our estimated price includes the chair with tray only.

Safe for toddlers, lacks five-point harness

With an ergonomic design that includes a fully adjustable foot rest and seat, the Keekaroo Height Right Chair offers a stable seat and good support for growing children. The infant insert includes a chair cushion and wooden tray table with a passive-restraint pommel that goes between the baby's legs. The Keekaroo only has a three-point harness; it holds children around the waist and between the legs, but not around the shoulders. Without a five-point harness, it is possible that some babies can stand up and fall off the top of the chair.

The Keekaroo Height Right Chair is built with sustainable rubber wood and uses a plant-based lacquer finish, and the removable tray is made with BPA-free plastic.

Simple wood chair is easy to clean

The Keekaroo Height Right Chair offers all the cleanup advantages of a wooden chair. It wipes clean and lacks many of the nooks and crannies of plastic high chairs. The infant tray comes with a dishwasher safe removable insert. However, some parents say that they need two hands to remove it. The Keekaroo does require full assembly, but reviewers say it is a straightforward process that results in a sturdy, well-built chair.

A high chair that lasts

The Keekaroo Height Right Chair offers a high weight rating, allowing it to grow with children until they are adults. The Keekaroo's simple, all-wood design fits in most dining spaces and kitchens, and the chair allows parents to bring the baby to the table for family dining.

Good warranty coverage

The Keekaroo Height Right Chair is built to last for a lifetime of use and carries a five year warranty.

The bottom line

We are concerned that the Keekaroo Height Right Chair isn't quite safe enough for small babies because of its three-point harness. It does present a more affordable option for parents who want a wooden feeding chair that transitions to adult seating. From the baseline price of the chair to the cost of the components, the Keekaroo is far less expensive than similar wooden chairs with many of the same advantages.

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Our Sources

1. Pregnancy & Newborn

This review is submitted by a reader of Pregnancy & Newborn magazine and is highly favorable. The reviewer loves the Keekaroo's versatility and the fact that it can fit into a regular dining room.

Review: Best Baby High Chair Reviews, By "Lacey", Jan. 29, 2010


The Keekaroo Height Right chair with the infant insert and tray receives 4.5 out of 5 stars in more than 45 reviews. Users say it's easy to assemble, sturdy and seems to be a high quality purchase. Several reviewers say the infant insert is not easy to use or clean and the tray is not easy to release.

Review: Keekaroo Height Right High Chair, Infant Insert and Tray Combo, Contributors to, As of Sept. 2012


The Keekaroo Height Right Chair with infant insert and tray gets a handful of reviews, but it gets an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. Most parents like the chair for the price, but there are a few complaints about the tray table not being adjustable and the tray table insert scratching the wood.

Review: Keekaroo High Chairs, Contributors to, As of Sept. 2012

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