Do you own an IKEA Highchair (or any other highchair) that doesn't have a footrest on it?
Do you struggle to get your baby to concentrate on their food and/ or stay longer in their highchair?
Then you may consider to purchase our footrest!
Our footrest gives your baby some foot support they need to give proper posture and stability. When they sit in a highchair with no foot support, they tend to wriggle around and show little interest in the food in front of them. This is because their lower body are lacking support so they try to find a more comfortable position.
Will also fit into Kmart Prandium / Target Snacka / BigW Uno highchairs.
- Easy to wipe and adjustable
- Comes with 2 metal clamps and 2 black rubber o-rings
- Made from bamboo, therefore you’ll see slight colour variations on it. These add authenticity and character to each of them.
How to install:
Roll 2 x o-rings provided first (this will go on top the footrest), then install the 2 x metal clamps underneath the footrest, leaving approximately 20 cm apart.
Place the footrest and adjust the o-rings and metal clamps to hold the footrest. Use your child’s feet as a guide by adjusting them and ensuring their hips, knees and ankles are at a 90 degree angle.
Your little ones safety is number one for us. Always supervise your baby and put away the O-rings from them as it could be a chocking hazard. Please always put the safety harness on the highchair as footrest will make it easier for them to push them self out of the highchair. Inspect before use and dispose at first sign of weakness.
Easy to install, perfect purchase
Fast delivery and the product is great for the high chair from Kmart
Footrest of high chair
Very steady and easy to assemble, come with metal clamp and o ring. Very happy with the product and quality.
It works perfectly, it looks great. Customer service is fantastic! They replied almost instantly. Highly recommend
So far so good, the footrest itself is good quality but I'm not sure about the rubber rims to hold it up. The footrest seems to slide down a little, I'm not sure how sturdy it will be once my boy starts to put more weight on it.