Fisher-Price EZ Clean Review



A seat cover with no crevices and coated straps make this high chair truly cleanup friendly. Add to that easy fold up, front wheels, three-position recline, and enthusiastic reviews, and the end result is a very appealing buy.

Convenient features are the hallmark of the Fisher-Price EZ Clean (starting at $77, Amazon) high chair, assert parents' online reviews. A spill-resistant cover that can be removed and thrown into the wash along with straps that are coated for a quick and easy wipe down are among this model's standout components, say posts at sites such as Some parents consider the front-only wheels an advantage (all the better for stability) and easy to maneuver, but at least one Fisher-Price EZ Clean review at Amazon counters that it's awkward, requiring that you walk along its side when moving it from place to place. A clip-on feeding tray, cushy seat, sturdy build, contemporary aesthetic, and rapid-fire assembly also garner nods of approval in the vast majority of high chair reviews. Still, a few posts grumble that the feeding tray is too tall to fit in the dishwasher and the chair is a tight fit for some children.

The EZ Clean sports a washable and stain-resistant seat pad without crevices, a 5-point harness with smooth straps, and a one-hand removable tray with a dishwasher-safe insert. Comfort features include four height adjustments and three reclining positions. The high chair can accommodate children up to 50 pounds and folds away for easy storage; it weighs about 20 pounds.

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The Fisher Price EZ Clean boasts many attractive features -- from the perspectives of parents and babies -- and comes at a very economical price. All in all, this is a value buy.

Emily Lugg

Emily Lugg is a freelance writer and writing tutor in the Writing Center at Ohio Wesleyan University. Always looking for the best investment for her family at the cheapest price, Emily uses research and consumer reviews as her sharpest tools for the savviest shopping.

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