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AWARDS FOR PORTABLE, TRAVEL HIGH CHAIR
The Totseat® is the original travel high chair. Recommended for babies and toddlers aged 6-30 months, our lightweight and versatile chair harness anchors your child safely and comfortably in almost any dining chair. Designed to be adjusted quickly and easily, for all shapes and sizes, our pocket-sized, machine washable product makes eating out, travelling, and entertaining guests easy for everyone.

We prioritise the safety and comfort of your child by using the best quality fabric. Each and every purchase directly from us comes with its own lifetime guarantee.
 Totseat reviews and media mentions: the ultimate high chair solution and number one baby buy
 

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Bramble - with Teether
Chocolate Chip - with Teether
Totseat Coffee Bean Highchair Design
Coffee Bean £22.00
Diminito
Diminito £15.00
Paddington Blue
Paddington Blue £25.00
Paddington Ecru
Paddington Ecru £25.00
Tapas - with Teether
Totseat Zest Toddler High Chair
Zest - NEW £22.00

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Beware of counterfeits

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Totseat invited guest blogger, Jet Doran of SnapDragon Monitoring Ltd, to discuss the danger counterfeit baby products pose in our industry. Poor quality and potentially unsafe counterfeit goods are putting consumers at risk. Counterfeit goods are fake items deliberately made to look genuine. The issue of their prevalence within the...

A few things to note when launching a baby product

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Here are four key questions to ponder when starting up in the baby industry. I don’t pretend this is an exhaustive list, it’s merely an instalment of a slightly random thought process prompted by four email requests, this week, from newly hatched entrepreneurs seeking advice and guidance. The questions assume...