Tomy Freestyle Three-in-One Booster Seat

Product information

Ideal for parents on the go, this 3-in-1 booster seat doubles as a storage bag. Includes bottle storage pouch, nappy storage compartment and cushioned changing mat. The bag easily transforms into a useful booster seat with a flexible strap that allows it to be attached to most kinds of chairs. Suitable for children old enough to support themselves when sitting.
H25 x W30 x D11cm
Eligible for International Delivery
Suitable From
Suitable for children who can sit up unaided
Washing Instructions
Wipe clean


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International delivery available

  • Europe (Non EU) - £7.50
  • Europe (EU) - £7.50
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Q & As


Tomy Freestyle Three-in-One Booster Seat 3 5 2 2
Compact and easy We have bought this seat for our grandson when he visits us. It's very easy to fit onto dinning chair. He has gone up in the world by having a couple of books under it to boost the height. Would recommend. 22 July 2014
Doesn't hold our baby in place The booster seat might work for a baby who wants to sit still and upright, but how many babies do? Our baby immediately leaned forward in the seat, since there aren't any straps under the shoulders, pulled one leg in and nearly crawled out forwards onto the table before we took her out. It might hold a baby who tries to lean to the sides, but the chances are definitely better if the chair has arms. 24 August 2013
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