Featured Review: Sneak Peek at the Inglesina's M'Home Collection

Inglesina has branched out to cool looking, yet comfortable gear for babies at home. Their new collection is appropriately called M’Home. These items will be on sale shortly, so enjoy the sneak peek!

Zuma Highchair

I tested out the Zuma with my son recently. The look is cool and edgy. We loved the sleek, kind of space-age look. Everyone who saw it in my home remarked on how funky it looked. And it worked wonderfully. It was super easy to set up and fold away again. At 2, even though he’s on the small side, the Zuma fit my son perfectly.

But the best thing was that he loved eating in it and actually preferred sitting in the Zuma to his beloved Fisher Price booster seat. . According to Inglesina, features include an "8 position adjustable height with an easy to use telescoping mechanism below the snack tray floor, a 3 position reclining backrest for eating, playing or dozing, an adjustable snack-tray for easy removal of baby and a removable dishwasher safe overlay, a 2 position adjustable footrest and a 5 point harness." This high chair will take you from infant to toddlerhood. The seat has a removable (and washable) seat cover that is padded. You can get the Zuma in red (pictured), black, aqua and orange. Retail price is $299 and you can get another seat cover for $39. I’m a big fan of it!

Club Highchair

Inglesina calls the Club Highchair the "easy" highchair. This highchair will work for babies who can sit up fully on their own, up to toddlers. Parents will love it because its compact and can get the job done! It is described by Inglesina as a highchair "that combines sleek, minimalist design with practicality and comfort for baby." Basically, it’s a one position highchair with a removable snack tray and the seat is padded. It folds up easily for travel and has a 3 point harness. The Club comes in red, orange, aqua and graphite. The retail price is $109.

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