Eagle eyed reader, Kirstin, spotted a virtual twin toÂ The Handysitt. The Litaf Hang n’ Seat is much the same in every way as far as I can tell. It has the same smart design which hangs on the back of a dining chair to convert it into a highchair for babies from 6 months. It has a padded seat, 3 point harness and strap to keep the chair firmly in place.
I have a Handysitt and have to say it is an absolute lifesaver as often pubs only have a couple of highchairs or if you are visiting friends you don’t have to worry about where the baby will sit. It folds flat so I keep it in my car bootÂ andÂ never get caught out. The only thing which made me think twice about getting the Handysitt was price as they come in at Â£55+. The Litaf Hang n’ Seat is as more wallet friendly Â£34.99 and will definitely be on my list of equipment for baby number 2.
Litaf Hang n’ Seat available from Boots.