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  • Rounded corners for safety
  • Nylon safety harness
  • Stackable
  • Built to standard table height
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High Chair Assembly

High Chair Assembly

Unassembled high chairs are a great way to save some money. The small box makes it very inexpensive to ship and they come with everything you need for assembly in a few easy steps. Putting these chairs together is pretty easy. I did try to do it on the ground but I did find it’s a bit easier to try it from a table. I like to start with the seat right here. Take one of the screws and just hand tighten it to get yourself started. After hand tightening the screws of the seat, the next step is to insert the back piece. It has a little guide peg so it will stay for you so you don’t need to hand tighten the screw. But if you want to that can help as well for some added stability. After tightening that screw, it’s good to take the side down off here. I like to spin it around so the seat is actually facing toward me. Grab the other side here, insert the guide peg, and hand tighten another screw. Finish hand tightening the seat screws and now it’s starting to look like a chair. Next, you’re going to be installing the lap bar. Be careful because this is only going to go in one way. Again, hand tightening screws will help the stability. One of the last steps of the process is going to be to install the support bars. I like to start with the smallest one here. Again, you can use the guide pegs to show you where to put it in. And it will only fit in one way. We’re almost done, you just got to spin the chair around and install the last support bar. At this point, all you have to do is tighten the rest of the screws with the provided Allen wrench. The most confusing part about the assembly of the chair is this little piece right here, the crotch strap. You want to start off by threading the strap around the middle bar. Pull the plastic piece the whole way down and then wrap the strap around the bar. Next, thread it back thru the middle and back out the front. That way you can easily pull it tight and keep your baby safe. So as you can see these chairs are cheap to ship. They are very simple to assemble and you can slide them right up to your standard restaurant table. As always if you have any questions, we’d love to talk to you so please feel free to log onto our live chat.

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Unassembled high chairs are a great way to save money on shipping! This instructional video will teach you how to assemble your chair from the legs to the crotch strap so you can be sure that the children you serve are safe and comfortable.

 How to Replace Your High Chair Crotch Strap

How to Replace Your High Chair Crotch Strap

The crotch strap to a high chair is a must have for keeping toddlers safe at your restaurant. These straps wear out and fray over time, making them unsafe. Replacing them is a breeze. Simply detach the old strap from the bottom of the high chair. Next, remove the safety bar so you can slide the old strap off of the bar. Once you have successfully detached the safety bar and discarded the old crotch strap, you can slide the new strap onto the bar. Flip the high chair over to staple the new crotch strap onto the bottom of the seat. Regularly replacing your high chair crotch straps will prevent accidents, and create a safe and clean environment. If you have any questions, please feel free to use our live chat button.

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The crotch strap to a high chair is a must have for keeping toddlers safe at your restaurant. When these begin to wear out or fray, they become unsafe. Check out this video and see just how easy it is to replace your high chair crotch strap.

How to Replace Your High Chair Seatbelt

How to Replace Your High Chair Seatbelt

The seatbelt for the high chair is an additional safety feature to ensure a secure seat for your smallest patrons. Over time, the seatbelts will begin to wear out and become less sanitary. Replacing them is a breeze. Flip the high chair over and detach the old seatbelt from the bottom of the high chair. Next, feed your new seatbelt through the high chair and line each end up. Now, you can secure both ends of your new seatbelt to the seat. Regularly replacing your high chair seatbelts will prevent accidents and create a safe and clean environment. If you have any questions, please feel free to use our live chat button.

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The seatbelt for the high chair is an additional safety feature to ensure a secure seat for your smallest patrons. Replacing your high chair seatbelts often will keep your high chairs safe and sanitary.

Details

This Lancaster Table & Seating black stacking wood restaurant high chair comes unassembled, offering you great savings on shipping expense! Made of 3/4" solid hardwood, it features radius corners and fits flush to standard table heights to ensure your little guests are fully present at mealtime. A nylon safety harness and seat belt are included to keep little ones safe and secure.

Dimensions:
Height: 29"
Width: 18.5"
Length: 19.5"
Seat Height: 20"
Bar Height: 26"

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Customer Reviews

Overall User Rating: Lancaster Table & Seating Black Stacking Restaurant Wood High Chair - Unassembled ( 4.5 stars from 11 reviews )

    Very nice wood high chair for our restaurant. Sturdy, easy to assemble, nice thick coating. These are pretty light too so they are easy to carry to tables.

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    After reading quite a few reviews, I took a chance and bought two of these. And honestly, they were so much better than I thought they'd be. Only issue was that there weren't any instructions, which is kind of dumb, but they aren't that hard to figure out. Great buy.

    from A Tasty Affair Posted on

    Looks Great. Easy to assemble. Takes about five min each. Just be very careful to line up the pre drilled holes otherwise you'll split the seat!

    from Rustic Roots Posted on

    When you need a high chair i say look at these not at the price , i don't think you can find a better chair for the money, take a little to put together but not hard at all.

    from Harts Repair Service. LLC Posted on

    We have been very happy with these high chairs. They are attractive, good for different sizes of children and were easy to assemble. Being stackable is a nice extra.

    from Taste & See Coffee House Posted on

    High Chair doesn't come with great instructions for assembly, but we did it and they are great for the price. We will purchase more if the 2 we have aren't enough for the dining room.

    from Michael's Pizza Posted on

    We like this high chair. It is perfect for use with car seats, all you have to do is turn it over. kids love it

    from Mary M Morgan Posted on

    This black baby chair has a very nice look to it. It is reasonable for nice dining selections because it still looks formal enough for it.

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    Easy to assemble but a little flimsy. We had to reinforce the screws with glue to make them sturdy enough. However, they are very attractive.

    from Wimauma Posted on

    I think these are great for young babies! They are very durable and clean up nicely. Perfect for those baby food spills that are a sure thing.

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    they are made in good craft and strong. only 1 fall down a star is i wish it can be a little big size for larger babies.

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