The Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best is part of the high chair
test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, high chair
models like the Prima Pappa Best are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.
Safety for each high chair was assessed by our testing, which is based on the voluntary safety standard, ASTM F404-10. Tests include evaluations of the restraint system, stability of the high chair, and static and dynamic load assessments as well as other tests.
Ease of use:
Ease of use is based on trained panelists' assessments of harness adjustment and use, folding and unfolding, removing and replacing the tray and tray insert (if any), adjusting seat back and height where applicable, removing and replacing the seat cover.
The following models have the same ratings as Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best.
Features and specs may vary
The Ratings applied to untested model Peg Perego Prima Pappa Diner come from our tests of model Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best, which in our judgment is enough alike in its performance, features, and specs that our test results apply to both.
About This Brand
This Italian company has been making strollers, car seats, high chairs, and kid-sized riding chairs for more than 60 years. These higher-priced products are available at Babies "R" Us, specialty shops, and online. www.pegperego.com
Features & Specs - Peg Perego Prima Pappa Best
Weight (lbs.) Weight is the weight of the chair (with tray in place) in pounds.
Projected footprint (sq. in.) Projected footprint is the amount of floor space, in square inches, that the chair requires while in use.
Projected footprint (sq. in.)
Harness type Harness type is 5-point, incorporating shoulder as well as waist and crotch straps - which we strongly recommend - or 3-point.
How to clean The manufacturer's suggested method of cleaning everyday spills and mess.
How to clean
damp cloth/mild detergent
Reclinable seat/positions Reclinable seat/positions indicates whether or not the chair has a reclinable seatback, and if so, how many positions are available.
Y / 4
Adjustable seat height/positions Adjustable seat height/positions indicates whether or not the chair's seat height is adjustable, and, if so, the number of positions available.
Was really excited when this arrived after snatching a great deal at BBB;<br />Pros: Love that it comes assembled! Only had to push the wheels in<br />the seat is awesome.. so soft and luxurious. My 10 month old shakes her head a lot so, I thought this would provide a nice cushion for her head<br /><br />Cons: The tray is very LARGE. almost too big in my opinion. And it definitely requires 2 hands to pull off. One to hold the chair and another to pull out the tray<br />This seat in general was really BIG for my 10 month old. The tray came up to her arm pits and I felt like it was difficult for her to reach for food pieces when I put it on her tray. <br /><br />I returned it.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
from Fayetteville, NC
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Great high chair!
Can Be Dissassembled
Ease of Use
Easy to clean
Difficult to find parts
Activities With Tray
I purchased mine used (for $75!) and took it apart to clean it. It can be easily disassembled with a screw driver, and nearly all of the screws have blunted ends as a safety feature. Based on the review that it is too large for a small baby, I purchased the booster cushion for $42.79 on Amazon (made by Peg-Perego, but costs $69.99 directly from them). I also purchased the activity tray for $23.94 (again, made by Peg-Perego but $49.99). Really a great purchase, I saved over $200 altogether by purchasing used and shopping around. It is incredibly sturdy and has a plethra of safety features. I bought it based on the CR ratings, but was not impressed with the retail price - though I certainly found a way around the heafty price tag!