High Back Adirondack Chairs - Safety has to be of overriding importance in your final pick when the decision comes to buying a high chair for the baby. We all know each year tens of thousands of infants are rushed to hospital suffering from injuries sustained from mishaps because of the chairs not being safe and that accidents occur.
First thing to keep an eye out for when searching for a High Back Adirondack Chairs would be to ensure the product comprises a three-point harness. These are essentially a group of security straps that fasten a baby in a safe manner by fitting in between the legs and across the midsection. Infants are by their very nature fidgety little creatures and these straps will prevent them from trying to escape the seat or even standing. By the end of the day, the child shouldn't be able to wriggle about too much and even though there will be a tray in front of him or her, this tray should never, ever be relied on as a "safety harness".
You may have to test all the straps extensively though. Ensure there's a buckle in place so the crotch strap can connect to the waist strap. Once this is ascertained, buckle the straps and pull them to check security as well as fastening and unfastening it to see when it is a straightforward process. You don't want it to be overly complicated that you will turn round and not fasten it anymore because it's simply too fiddly!