Nuna Zaaz high chairWeb:

Nuna’s brand mojo is basically minimalism meets modern. That design element continues with Nuna’s first high chair effort, the Zaaz ($300).

The “grow with me” Zaaz strikes a modern pose with its chunky, anodized aluminum legs. It converts into a chair for older kids when the tray and footrest are removed. Nuna touts the Zaaz’s “crumb free” design that includes a smooth, crevice-free, air-filled foam seat for easier cleaning.

Nuna did their homework for the Zaaz: the tray is dishwasher safe, the seat is height adjustable, it grows with your child (like the Stokke Tripp Trapp; see picture below). What’s missing? Well, there is no seat recline, so this might not be the best choice for infants who can’t sit up unassisted. And the tray doesn’t adjust, so there is a large space between baby and the tray—which means most of the food will end up in baby’s lap.

Nuna Zaaz high chair series

Parent feedback has been positive overall. The ease of adjustment and clean ability are big winners for parents. The only negatives are the lack of a recline and the heft price. At $300, it’s on the upper end of the price range.  Rating: B

Rating: B