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Nibble & Rest Footsi Adjustable Highchair Footrest

 The Footsi® is a portable, height adjustable footrest which attaches to the Ikea Antilop high chair or similar. 


This fabric highchair footrest provides security and comfort for your child while sitting eating.  It's padded with memory foam for a soft but firm Footsi landing.


Benefits include

  • Straps are adjustable so that the footrest grows with your child
  • Allows child to sit upright with stability
  • Allows child's feet to be positioned 90 degrees from their legs
  • Encourages improved concentration on tasks while in high chair (e.g eating)
  • Allows for better hand to mouth co-ordination


Storage + Care

  • Machine washable in washing bag, cold wash, lie flat to dry
  • Easy to remove from high chair and store after use

Set includes 1x Footsi and 1x suction hook. 


The Footsi® footrest has been tested on multiple high chairs for appropriate fit and makes a great addition to either the Ikea Antilop, Kmart Pandium, Big W Uno, Target Snacka, Aldi Mamia, or similar. These chairs are all very similar designs. The suction hook needs to be applied to a non-porous surface, therefore there are some highchairs the Footsi won't suit.


The Footsi Story

Designed by an Aussie Mum who loved the ease of cleaning the Ikea Antilop high chair but noticed her daughter looked uncomfortable at times with her feet dangling down, constantly trying to find some support. In a bid to step into her daughters shoes, she lifted her feet off the ground while trying to eat dinner and realised how uncomfortable it really was to have no stability while trying to concentrate on the task at hand. Some quick googling also found research that points towards gross motor stability to enable fine motor skill development. This was a problem that had to be solved! She designed her own high chair footrest and the Footsi was born.

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