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Inspired by the Montessori principles of sharing and autonomy, the Fast Table Chair is the legendary, must-have table chair that is as comfortable as it is convenient. For use at home, while traveling or at the restaurant, parents love the Fast because of its simple, twist-tight couplings and its compatibility with most types of tables, leaving them scratch free. Fast is ultra-light, collapsible and easy to carry comfortably in the included carry bag. A convenient dining tray is available as an optional accessory.
Having your baby sit at the table, particularly at an early age, is very important for family harmony. Your baby gets used to the habits and customs of your home, feels a part of the family, and gets reassured by mom and dad. The table chair becomes a must-have accessory. On one hand, it gives parents more freedom, avoiding feeding their baby at separate times. On the other hand, it reduces the learning curve, as your baby tends to imitate adults or older siblings using utensils, cups, napkins, etc. Dining all together is also important from a nutrition standpoint, as some dishes — less appealing to kids (like veggies) — could be interpreted as more desirable since they are eaten by everyone. A baby who gets used to a table chair is more at ease in other situations as well, for example, at a restaurant, where it is not easy to sit babies at the table (it can even be impossible if they are not used to it at home). With a folding table chair, it is easier to go out, to eat, and to participate in a social life — with more serenity for all.
For use at home, while traveling or at the restaurant, the Fast is the legendary, must-have table chair that is as comfortable as it is convenient. Parents love the Fast because of its simple, twist-tight coupling and its compatibility with most types of tables (from 0.8" to 3.3" thick, IE 20mm to 84 mm), leaving them scratch-free.The Fast is comfortable thanks to its high backrest and the extra padded seat. For the first time your baby can sit at the table like a grown up. Well, sort of.