10 of the best highchairs and booster seats, as rated by you! The top highchairs and boosters around, based on your reviews on MFM. From high-end chic to cheap and cheerful, here's what you've enjoyed feeding your baby and toddler in... 1 of Ad break Highchairs you rate and recommendWhat makes a good highchair? Well, that really depends on what your needs are, so we've created a checklist on how to choose a highchair that will suit your needs. If you're thinking about a booster seat, then check out our buyer's guide to boosters and travel highchairs. Here, we reveal our award-winning highchairs and parents picks, that have scored the best in our comprehensive reviews... 1. Mamas & Papas Snax Highchair, £79, MadeForMums Gold Award WinnerFabulous value for money is how our judges described this gold award-winning highchair, which is brimming with features like 6 height adjustments and 3 recline positions. With an extra comfy seat and bright, colourful design, little ones from 6 months to 3 years will enjoy meal times even more. And the attached storage basket, removable tray with 3 lockable positions and compact, freestanding fold will make mum and dad happy too. What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about the Mamas & Papas Snax: “Really good value for money, easy to clean and I love the separate sections on removable tray.” MFM celebrity judge and mum of 1, Katie Piper “Nice adjust for seat and good wipe clean padding. Good wheels and brake. Would sit up to the table too.” Mum of 3, Helen Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner 2. Chicco Polly Progres5 Highchair, £180, MFM Silver Award WinnerScooping the silver award, Chicco’s Polly Progres5 Highchair is a convertible wonder that transforms as your little one grows. Newborns can lie in the spacious and deep padded seat and, as they get older it can be used as a traditional highchair, before converting to a booster seat. The highchair can be adjusted to eight different heights, four different reclining positions, and also features an adjustable leg rest and wheels. What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about the Chicco Polly Progres5: “Really like this product. Great versatility, very adjustable and good value since it can be used for AGES!” MFM celebrity judge and dad of 3, Neil Sinclair AKA Commando Dad “Very simple to use. Great that it can be easily adjusted to eight different heights. Can be used from birth to 3. Looks easy to clean. Double feeding tray is brilliant so easy to clean. Reclines for baby. Easy to move wheels at front.” Mum of 2, Daisy Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner 3. Stokke Tripp Trapp, £169, MFM Bronze Award WinnerIt may have been around for 45 years, but the enduring design and quality of the Stokke Tripp Trapp continue to make it the highchair of choice for families across the globe. The ergonomic design allows the chair to be brought right up close to the dining table, and it can be used from birth by adding the newborn kit (£75), right through to the teenage years and beyond. Add a baby set (£47) and tray table (£39) to make it the perfect fit babies from around 6 months. What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about the Stokke Tripp Trapp: “I really love that this chair could stay in the family forever and teenagers sit in it, it's a beautiful design and hygienic to clean.” MFM celebrity judge and mum of 1, Katie Piper “This looks really stylish, so if you’re looking for a cool addition to your kitchen, this is it!” MFM celebrity judge and dad of 3, Neil Sinclair AKA Commando Dad Read our full review of the Stokke Tripp Trapp highchair here. Continue slideshow > 4. iCandy Michair, £240It’s no surprise that when luxury British brand iCandy decided to produce a highchair, it would be super sleek and beautifully designed. It can be used from newborn when used with the iCandy Pod (£142), which simply docks on to the highchair to bring baby up to parent height when feeding. Its shape ensures dirt has no place to get trapped, making it ultra easy to clean, and it comes with a dishwasher-safe tray, as well as a footrest and waist harness. Plus it converts into a stylish child’s chair or rocking chair, that can be used up to the age of six. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner 5. Evomove Nomi Highchair, £200This minimalist, Scandinavian-designed highchair offers a grow-with-your-child seat that can be used from birth to age 12. In fact, it is the brainchild of the Norwegian designer behind the Stokke Tripp Trapp, Peter Opsvik, and follows a similar philosophy in its award-winning design. Add the click-on Mini restrainer set (£39.99) and tray (£39.99) to make it suitable for little ones aged 6 months to 2 years, or use it with the Nomi Baby seat (£119.99), which comes with a reversible mattress and harness, from newborn to 6 months. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner 6. Ickle Bubba Orb+. £129Ickle Bubba’s futuristic looking Orb Highchair has been combined with a newly-designed infant inlay to produce the new Orb+, which is suitable from birth. The adjustable height and footrest mean the Orb+ can be used up to around 3 years, or 17kgs, and at £129, there’s plenty to make mealtimes easier. An adjustable tilt back position, 5-point safety harness and 360-degree seat rotation, have been well-thought out and the removable tray can also be adjusted in 3 positions. Read our full review of Ickle Bubba’s Orb highchair here. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner OXO Tot Sprout highchair, £204.95Described as "a comfortable, compact highchair, which is easy to clean and looks great" in one user review, the Oxo Tot Sprout is ideal for those short on space and keen on style. With a longer life span than the average highchair, the price tag can also feel more justified. Read our professional review of the Sprout highchair and see exactly what other parents love about this OXO Tot highchair. Buy the OXO Tot Sprout on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Cosatto Noodle Supa highchair, £110With its ability to fold, recline and have the height adjusted, the Noodle Supa has been described as "great from early weaning to toddler". While functional, its value for money and style are also rated. Read our professional review of the Noodle Supa and see what user reviews rate about this Cosatto highchair. Buy the Cosatto Noodle Supa on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Knuma Connect 4-In-1 Highchair, £190Described as a stylish, sturdy highchair by our reviewer, as suggested by the name the Knuma Connect 4-in-1 chair converts into four modes; a full-size high chair, a mid-size high chair, a toddler chair with tray, and a table and chair. It has gotten 5 stars in most of its user reviews on the net, with one parent declaring: "We absolutely love it!! I wish its had been around when my first little one arrived." High praise indeed. Check out our professional review of the Knuma Connect 4-In-1 and what our user reviews say about this highchair. Buy the Knuma Connect 4-in-1 from Mamas & Papas or Mothercare Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Want more on feeding time? 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