Summer Infant Sit N Style Folding Booster £14.99 @ Argos / Amazon

Sit N Style Folding Booster £14.99

This Summer Infant Sit N Style Booster Seat is fantastic for feeding your little one on the go, as it's a sturdy booster seat that folds down to make it portable and compact. It's on offer now at just £14.99 at Argos, down from £19.99, and if you have Amazon Prime you can get it for the same price with free delivery.

This booster seat comes with a detachable tray, straps to attach it to most regular dining chairs, plus storage inside the seat to keep bibs, wipes, and other feeding supplies. The seat has a two position recline, and a three point restraint to strap baby in safely.

The whole thing will fold down to a really compact size, and there's a carry handle too so that it's really easy to take out and about.

This could be a perfect solution for mealtimes on the go, holidays, restaurants, or visiting friends and family. It's also a great way to get little ones eating at the main table with the rest of the family as you can just pop it on to one of your dining chairs rather than try and pull up a big highchair.

Reserve and collect is free of charge, or home delivery costs £3.95.

TOPICS:   Baby Gear   Feeding & Weaning


  • Joni R.

    this is the one I have :slight_smile:

  • Susan T.

    that might be handy for Philippa when she is a bit bigger. We have something similar for William. Xxx

    • Susan T.

      That is cheap I paid £40 for the one William has that was the cheapest at the time. Xxx

  • Gem N.

    Love it!!!!!!!! Thank you so much xx

  • Zoe S.

    Amazing. Exactly what I was looking for Hun :kissing_heart::kissing_heart:

  • Laura G.

    Oh that looks good. Mum and dad managed to get us another one in the end (it's very similar actually :thumbsup:) x

  • Heather S.

    I know what I'm getting him for bday hehe x

  • Joy W.

    This does look good. :thumbsup:

  • Mandy W.

    Got one :thumbsup::thumbsup: paid for it online Argos xx

  • Jamie B.

    That's a good idea, be worth looking in to? :thumbsup:

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