Nomi Highchair with Oak stem

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Nomi Highchair with Oak stem is the core of the Nomi concept. It will suit your child into the teenage years.  Combine your Nomi Highchair with add-ons to customise it for your growing child – right from your baby’s first day. Adjust the seat and footrest seamlessly and without tools as your little one grows. The shape of the stem ensures automatic correct ergonomic adjustment of seat and footrest depth. The open design inspires to free movement and makes it easy for the child to get up and down and pull in towards the table. The small wheels on the rear legs of the chair are an important safety feature and reduces the risk of tilting, in case your child pushes backwards from the table. Please note that young children always need adult supervision.

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