Best Buys Reviews & shopping Highchair Wondering which you should invest in for your table-ready tot? We’ve got it covered… 1 of Ad break Choosing a highchairIs it comfortable, is it sturdy – and does it go with the room? A highchair is a purchase that can be with you for many years to come, and probably one of your biggest buys after a buggy and cot. Here’s how our mum rated the latest models… Finalist: Brother Max Scoop, £249.99.Super stylish, the Brother Max Scoop is almost space age. It transforms to a chair to seat children up to 5 years old and a removable seat insert keeps smaller babies safe, too. Read the review Finalist: Fisher-Price Precious Planet Highchair, £99.99.Jungle fun! Sturdy base, removable tray and animals a plenty to (hopefully) stop your little one playing with his food. Finalist: Fun Pod Highchair, £156.60.Fun pod is a ‘pod’, which your little one can stand in to be near you in the kitchen, with an insert to make it a chair. The insert can be removed as your child gets older and bigger, making it a good long-term option. Read the review Continue slideshow > Finalist: Cosatto 3sixti, £150A compact (less space means less fidgeting!), secure and comfortable seat plus 6-position swivel option makes this chair perfect for at the table eating as well as minimising distraction. Read the review Finalist: Chicco Polly Magic, £149.99.Comfort is the key with Chicco’s chair. It has a padded seat, soft insert making it suitable from birth and a 5-position safety harness, too. Bronze Award: Stokke Tripp Trapp, £166 (www.stokke.com)Uber trendy and minimalist, Stokke’s chair is practical too, as it will seat your little one for years to come (they claim it’ll take a teenager!). Read the review Silver Award: East Coast Nursery Multi Height Highchair with Insert Cushion, £90Bright and funky but still practical – East Coast’s changeable height chair means you can use it at any table and the funky insert gives it some colour too. Continue slideshow > Gold Award: Mamas & Papas Bon Bon, £48 (www.mamasandpapas.com)This highchair is lightweight and really easy to fold up and put away. Plus it has a pvc lining for easy cleaning. Read the review By Jenny Stallard Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Should you use amber teething necklaces? ‘Go-getter’ mum shares battle with PND, anxiety and post-birth PTSD Kate Middleton's exact due date - has it been revealed?