For Baby & Toddler

Totseat : Review

Nearly a fortnight ago, I attended my first (and quite frankly the best) ever bloggers event at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry.

During the event there was a raffle to raise money for Clic Sargent and the chance to win some fabulous prizes, I was the lucky winner of this!

A wonderful Totseat – granted I’d been watching this for most of the day as it’d be perfect for my daughter! The colour I won was the Coffee Bean.

The product is very easy to use, simply if the back of the seat your tot will be using place the back rest into place by wrapping it around the seat and securing it with the velcro patch.

Once thats in place then put the top of the main seat over your chair and fasten into place using the pull cords.

For the purpose of this review I have used pictures with my son in as my daughter was napping at the time.

Next with the seat unit flat on the seat, place your tot in and then secure the straps using the loops on the back of the seat pad.

This ensures the best and secure fit for your child.

It really is a superb product, this has now replaced my daughters high chair completely and she uses this product at home or out and about.

I have tried to explain the set up of this fab product to my best, but a full video can be found here. Also includes extra instructions for different types of dining chairs.

On a recent trip to MOSI, Leah used her TotSeat for her lunch.

I feel for a child of Leah’s age (16months) this gives her more independence where she can actually sit at a table with her brother and they can eat their meals together.

Once you have finished using the Totseat, it is easily folded and stored in a really small bag.

The Totseat can be purchased for an RRP of £18.00 to £29.95 depending on your chosen design, direct.


**This is NOT a sponsored post, I won this item in a raffle. All words and opinions are my own.

1 Comment

  1. AtoZ Mummy

    2nd August 2013 at 7:44 am

    That looks brilliant – thanks for sharing 🙂

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