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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Product Spotlight: Minui Handy Sitt




Recently I saw the neatest new product to the US! It's a high chair that is above and beyond all other high chairs and let me tell you I want one!! It's called the Minui Handy Sitt and it would be the perfect (space saving) investment for restaurants as well as personal homes. 


What age child is the minui HandySitt designed for?
It’s designed for kids as young as 6 months (or as soon as they can sit up on their own) to 5 years old. For young ones 6 months to about 12 months, our Baby Cushion is recommended for keeping them snug. Once children reach age 3, the harness is no longer needed and the HandySitt can then be used as a booster seat.


What can you tell me about their safety certification?
Please read this short blog article.
Some parents prefer a 3-Point harness to the safety guard however, so those are now included.
 
Where is the minui HandySitt sold?
2 - At various kids boutique stores as listed here.
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How long have these been around?
The HandySitt has sold for nearly 20 years in parts of Europe. An older booster seat version was available in the US from about 2005 – 2008. The minui HandySitt portable high chair as you see it now has been available in the US since March of 2009.
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Where are they made?
The minui HandySitt is designed in Denmark and manufactured in Europe.
 
See more pictures and images here

Find out more at http://www.minuihandysitt.com
Follow them on Twitter @handysitt

I did not receive one of these for review and have not seen one in person, but I thought they were just too cool not to brag upon. I want one! I think AppleBlossom definitely needs it... *wink*


*Note* The above information comes directly from their PR and website.




3 comments and creative thoughts:

Mommy Is Green said...

Seats like this are so convenient. They are perfect for grandma's house.

CherryBlossomMJ said...

Definitely. Perfect for people who want something that won't take up tons of space.

Lindsey said...

This is just too cool! I would love to have one, too. :-)

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