Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Travel Highchairs Compact, easy to store and above all award-winning; these are the top travel highchairs chosen by the 2015 Prima Baby Awards Judges 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner - Munchkin Travel Booster SeatThe Munchkin Travel Booster Seat scooped the gold gong for being "a handy feeding solution at a very good price," according to the Prima Baby Awards panel. The fact that the height adjustable base also doubles as storage space really won the judges over. £19.99, Munchkin. Find out what score the Munchkin Travel Booster Seat got in our MFM review. Silver Award Winner - Phil & Teds Lobster A highly portable alternative to a highchair, the Phil & Teds Lobster booster seat is designed to clamp onto a range of everyday surfaces and the pop off and fold down ready to be stored into it handy bag. Our MFM review who has a "kitchen the size of a rabbit hutch" finds this booster seat invaluable and it scored highly with our Prima Baby Panel as it's light but strong, safe and easy to store. £64.99, Phil & Teds FInd out what else our MFM reviewer has to say about the Phil & Teds Lobster here. Bronze Award Winner - Babies "R" Us Nibble Highchair Suitable from six months + our bronze award winning chair, the Babies "R" Us Nibble has three recline positions, six height positions, a 5-point harness and a pull out tray. Our judges were also impressed with the chair's three seating options and reasonable price tag. £39.99, Babies "R" Us. Not the chair for you? Check out our MFM ten best travel highchairs. Want more award-winning baby travel products?And they're all for you: Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Travel Products Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby Travel Buy Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Travel cots Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Travel Highchairs Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Family Holiday Brands By Hazelann Williams Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'