Prima Pappa Best is the ultimate high chair, with butter-soft, stain-resistant upholstery and adjustable height, seat angle and footrest options. Plus, dual trays make clean-up a snap. It doesn't get any better than the Best. Peg Perego's Prima Pappa Best has incredible features, including a tailored backrest, a net storage pouch on the back of the seat and irresistible, stain-resistant soft-touch Prima Classe upholstery. The footrest adjusts to three positions to accommodate a growing child, and the tray can be stored easily and compactly on the chair legs when folded. The double tray-including the dishwasher-safe dinner tray to make clean-up easier-removes for table feedings. As with all Peg Perego high chairs, the Prima Pappa Best comes fully assembled and has non-scratching rubber wheels and brakes. This ultimate high chair has seven height positions, a unique Tilt-in-Space feature , a five-point safety harness and passive restraint system. It's
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Product Title: Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best
Manufacturer: Peg Perego
Power Score: 4.5 | 2 Reviews
Product Reviews (2)
Strengths: Comfortable (wide back), reclines for babies, passive restraint bar, easy to move
Weakness: Harness clips are awarkdly positioned and tough to unsnap
My baby loves this chair. We brought him to the stores to "test" high chairs and he sat most comfortably in this one. Others that were not as secure, he kept fidgeting. We originally bought the Chicco Polly High Chair and when strapped in he screamed and cried. Something about the harness on the Chicco he did not like. This high chair is worth every dime.
By dlau72 - Sep 24, 2008
Peg Perego IMPPBENA55PL46 Prima Pappa Best 2008 High Chair in Paloma Tan
Strengths: secure; comfortable;
We looked all over at high chairs and after seeing this Peg Perego and reading about the company where it is made, we decided to buy it. It was rather expensive for our budget but it looked as though it would be a much better chair than the rest of the brands out there.
By prontotrupi - Aug 26, 2008