The Baby Delight Go With Me Venture Chair is the perfect chair for camping! Our family loves to camp and as other camping families know all too well, there isn’t always an abundance of space in the camper for extra items. This little chair folds up very small and comes with a nice little carrying bag. It can easily fit into our pass through storage space in our camper or anywhere else for that matter.
Not only is this chair super easy to pack and fit into tight spaces, it is so versatile and is made to grow with your child. The Venture Deluxe Portable Chair is designed to be used by children ranging from 3 months – to 75 pounds so it is definitely something that will get lots of use as your child grows. The chair has a sun visor to keep your kids cool and protected while outdoors as well as a removable tray for snacks or toys, On top of that, there is a netted space below the chair that allows your little ones to stretch their legs while being protected from bugs and dirt before they are completely stable on their own two feet.
Because my family loves camping so much, that is what absolutely sold me on this product but it is not limited to the outdoors. This is an indoor/outdoor chair that can be taken anywhere it might be needed. This would make a perfect item to leave at Grandma and Grandpa’s house so that they have a seat for children that doesn’t always have to be out in the open and setup. It is super easy to assemble and tear down. Opens up very much like an adult camping chair and you just push a safety latch down to lock it. To tear it down, simply release the safety and it folds back up to go back into the bag. I would highly recommend this chair as an essential for your baby registry and older children alike.
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