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Go With Me® Venture Deluxe Portable Chair - Grey FAQs
How tall does my child need to be to use the "stand and play" stage?
While there is no recommended height, we recommend that parents use this stage when their child is 6-12 months old. Please note, that the "Stand & Play" setting is meant to be used ONLY when baby can sit upright unassisted and the 5-point harness should ALWAYS be used in this stage. Once your child is able to walk, you should immediately move to the "Sit & Play" stage.
Does the sun canopy have UV protection?
Yes, the canopy on the Venture is coated with UPF 50+, protecting against 98% of UVA & UVB rays.
Is the position of the sun canopy adjustable to shield the sun?
The canopy can be easily taken on/off of the chair, however, once clipped in, it is not possible to adjust the position or angle of the canopy.
Does the harness work on bigger kids?
Yes, the 5-point harness can be expanded to fit larger children and tightened to fit smaller babies as well.
Here's what others have had to say:
"Easy, portable chairs that can be used for a number of years in numerous settings. Perfect for outdoor activities. Always nice to have somewhere safe for your child outside when needed. This would make a great gift."
Clever little chair
"This thing is really a nice chair for little ones. The price is steep, but it should last a long time with its adaptability and sturdy construction. I like the settings for different ages/size of kids. I am looking forward to taking this to the beach and keeping my kiddo out of the sun with the sunshade."
GENIUS! Such a great idea!
"This is the best chair! I really love that it's easy to clean and sometimes prefer to use it instead of a typical high chair. I usually use this for camping/RV trips but often use it even inside or in the backyard because it's so easily portable and cleanable. I even find my older kids using it for their stuffy's or babies. The tray detaches and can be used for older kids. I would definitely recommend."