GB2445280A - Highchair comprising chair seat and element with mutually incompatible fixings - Google Patents

Highchair comprising chair seat and element with mutually incompatible fixings Download PDF

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GB2445280A
GB2445280A GB0725229A GB0725229A GB2445280A GB 2445280 A GB2445280 A GB 2445280A GB 0725229 A GB0725229 A GB 0725229A GB 0725229 A GB0725229 A GB 0725229A GB 2445280 A GB2445280 A GB 2445280A
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Peter Boney
Tim Inder-Gray
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EAST COAST NURSERY Ltd
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D1/00Children's chairs
    • A47D1/002Children's chairs adjustable
    • A47D1/004Children's chairs adjustable in height
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D1/00Children's chairs
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D1/00Children's chairs
    • A47D1/008Children's chairs with trays
    • A47D1/0085Children's chairs with trays removable
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D11/00Children's furniture convertible into other kinds of furniture, e.g. children's chairs or benches convertible into beds; Constructional play-furniture
    • A47D11/02Chairs convertible into children's chairs
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D15/00Accessories for children's furniture, e.g. safety belts
    • A47D15/005Restraining devices, e.g. safety belts, contoured cushions or side bumpers
    • A47D15/006Restraining devices, e.g. safety belts, contoured cushions or side bumpers in chairs

Abstract

A highchair comprises a frame 12, a detachable tray 18, a detachable baby chair seat 14, and a height-adjustable element 16 which can act as a footrest when a baby is in the chair seat and which can act as a child seat when the baby chair seat and tray are detached. There are fixings (32, Fig. 3), 46, 50 for the baby chair seat 14 and fixings (34, Fig. 3), 46, 50 for the element 16, the fixings for each being mutually incompatible. The arrangement of the fixings may prevent the baby chair seat being fitted too low with respect to the frame. The highchair may further comprise uprights (80, Fig. 10) to prevent a child falling through a gap (53, Fig. 10). Also disclosed is a highchair comprising a chair seat and an element such as a footrest, wherein the heights of the chair seat and element relative to a frame may be adjusted independently.

Description

Highchair The invention relates to a highchair.

A known highchair is made of wood. The highchair comprises a frame, which mounts a tray, a chair seat and a footrest. The frame comprises a back upright and two side uprights. Each side upright is curved over at its upper end to extend rearwardly where it is connected to the side of the back upright, thus forming an amirest. At its lower end, each side upright is connected to a base member which extends rearwardly and is connected to a lower part of the back upright. Each base member carries two ground engaging feet. The upper part of the back upright forms a chair back. The chair seat is attached to the frame by means of bolts through the side uprights and the back upright which are received in nuts embedded in the edge of the chair seat. The footrest is secured below the chair seat by bolts in the same way. The tray is attached to the top of the frame to lie in front of a baby sitting on the chair seat. A series of bolt holes is provided along each side upright and in the back upright so that the chair seat and footrest can be mounted at any desired height on the frame. Each side upright connects near the front edge of the chair seat for optimum stability in three point mounting of the chair seat.

The highchair is made of wood, and to minimise the use of material, the side uprights are slim, and the back upright reduced in width below the chair back.

However, in the known highchair, it is possible to fix the chair seat too low resulting in the potential for a large gap between the chair seat and the tray through which a child might fall before they have been secured by the harness.

According to one aspect of the present invention there is provided a highchair comprising a frame, a chair seat, an element such as a footrest, and a tray, there being fixing means between the chair seat and frame and between the element and frame which tl allow the heights of the chair seat and the element to be adjusted independently, the chair seat fixing means being different from the element fixing means so that the chair seat fixing means and element fixing means are mutually incompatible.

With such a highchair the mutual incompatibility of the different fixing means used for the chair seat and the other element, which may be a footrest, stops the possibility of the chair seat being fixed too low, resulting in the potential for a large gap between the chair seat and tray through which a child might fall when not yet secured by the harness.

The tray is preferably detachable. As the seat is also detachable this allows for both to be detached at the same time.

The element is preferably so shaped and dimensioned that it may act both as a footrest, for example when the chair seat and tray are attached, or as a seat, for example, if the chair seat and tray are detached.

According to another aspect of the invention there is provided a highchair comprising a frame, a detachable tray, a detachable baby chair seat, and an element which can act as a footrest when a baby is in the baby chair seat, and which can act as a child chair seat when the baby chair seat is detached and the tray is detached so that the chair is suitable for a child to sit in, the height of the element being adjustable with respect to the frame, the fixing means for the baby chair seat and the fixing means for the element being mutually incompatible.

This makes the chair suitable for both babies and children and can give the high chair a life span of nine years or more.

The height of the baby chair seat may be adjustable with respect to the frame.

Preferably the range of heights over which the baby chair seat and element can be arranged with respect to the frame do not overlap in height. There may be a greater range of heights over which the element can be fixed than the range of heights over which the chair seat can be fixed. There may be three heights at which the baby chair seat can be fixed and there may be eight heights at which the element can be fixed.

The frame may include a back upright. The frame may take any suitable form and may comprise a plurality of uprights, such as a back upright and two side uprights.

The fixing means may be provided on two side uprights and a back upright. This enhances stability.

One way of varying the fixing type, and thus ensuring mutual incompatibility, is to have a different number of fixings for the chair seat and the footrest in at least one, but for simplicity, preferably only one, of the fixing positions. For example, a simple but secure and strong means of fixing comprises bolts which pass through holes in the frame to engage with a corresponding trapped nut sunk into the edge of the chair seat or element. The number of screws used in a certain position is preferably varied, for example one screw being used for the chair seat, but two for the element. The position at which the number of fixings is varied may be at the back upright, where provided.

The highchair preferably includes a harness which may be carried by the baby chair seat.

The baby chair seat may have at least part of the seat fixing means at two positions thereon which do not align at the same time with two positions on the frame which do align with at least part of the element fixing means.

At least one of the uprights may have a series of fixing devices therealong. The series of fixing devices on at least one upright preferably forms two lines, one above and displaced laterally from the other. One of the lines of fixing devices is preferably central along the upright. The line of fixing devices which is displaced from centrally along the upright may have another line of attachment devices alongside it equidistant from the central longitudinal axis of the upright. Each fixing device on an upright may comprise means defining an aperture. Preferably, each of the uprights has a series of fixing devices therealong. Preferably at least one upright has a series of fixing devices therealong, the fixing devices on the said upright forming a single straight line. In a preferred embodiment, each side upright has a single straight line of fixing devices and the back upright has a series of fixing devices forming two lines, one above and displaced laterally from the other.

The tray may have a single horizontal use position on the frame.

The highchair may include wings extending upwards from the sides of the chair seat. These wings may block the gaps between the side uprights and the back upright to prevent a baby from being able to fall through or become trapped in the gaps.

The highchair may further include two additional uprights, each additional upright being between a side upright and the back upright.

In this way, the additional uprights block the gaps between the side uprights and the back upright to prevent a baby from being able to fall through the gaps.

The chair seat may be attachable to at least two uprights of the frame at a plurality of different heights. The chair seat is preferably attachable to at least the two side uprights at a plurality of different heights. The chair seat is preferably attachable to the back upright at a plurality of different heights. When the chair seat is attachable to the back upright at a plurality of heights, the chair seat is preferably attachable to at least two further uprights at a plurality of different heights. The two further uprights are preferably the side uprights.

The width of any gap between two adjacent uprights is preferably 250mm or less, more preferably 200mm or less and may be 150mm or less.

The uprights may be connected to a common base.

The highchair may include armrests. Each side upright may be connected to an armrest and each additional upright may be connected to an armrest. Each armrest may be connected to the chair back. In a preferred embodiment, each armrest is integral with a side upright.

The uprights may be made of any suitable material and preferably are made of wood. Wood is an attractive material, in particular in a home.

The highchair may include a footrest which may be attachable to at least two uprights at a plurality of different heights. The footrest is preferably attachable to the two side uprights at a plurality of different heights. The footrest may be attachable to at least three uprights, and one of the uprights to which the footrest is attachable may be the back upright.

Each additional upright may be of any suitable width and preferably is at least 50mm wide.

The width of the back upright at the positions below the chair back may be 200mm or more in width and preferably is 300mm or more in width.

Two embodiments of the highchair of the invention will now be described by way of example and with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which: FIG. I is a front elevation of the highchair of the first embodiment of the invention; FIG. 2 is a side elevation of the highchair of FIG. 1; FIG. 3 is a rear elevation of the highchair of FIG. 1; FIG. 4 is a top plan view of the highchair of FIG. I; FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the highchair of FIG. 1; FIG. 6 is a front elevation of the highchair of the second embodiment of the invention; FIG. 7 is a side elevation of the highchair of FIG. 6; FIG. 8 is a rear elevation of the highchair of FIG. 6; FIG. 9 is a top plan view of the highchair of FIG. 6; and FIG. 10 is a perspective view of the highchair of FIG. 6.

First Embodiment The highchair 10 of the first embodiment of the invention, as illustrated in Figs. I to 5, comprises a frame 12, a chair seat 14, a footrest 16, a tray 18, and a harness 20.

The frame 12 includes a back upright 22. The back upright 22 is wide at the top to form a chair back 24, and near the top of the chair back 24 it defines an aperture 26, forming a handle to assist in lifting the highchair 10. The back upright 22 narrows below the chair back 24 to form a parallel sided strip 28 which widens again at the bottom to the same width as the chair back 24 thus forming two outwardly extending arms 30. The narrow strip 28 has apertures 32, 34 therealong. The top three apertures 32 are arranged in series forming a single line down the central, longitudinal axis of the back upright 22.

Below the apertures 32 are arranged two parallel lines of eight apertures 34 displaced laterally from each other and from the line of apertures 32 above them so that they are equidistant from the central longitudinal axis of the back upright 22. The apertures 34 are arranged in pairs at each height, such that the distance from one pair to the next in the series is always the same and is the same as the distance between the apertures 32 above them. Indeed the distance between the lowest of the single line of apertures 32 and the uppermost of the double line of apertures 34 is the same as the distance between two apertures 32 in the series.

The frame 12 also includes on each side a C shaped element 36. The C shaped element 36 comprises a side upright 38 which curves over at its top end into a horizontal armrest 40 and is connected at its lower end to a horizontal base part 42. Connected to the underside of the base part 42 at the front and rear is a ground engaging foot 44 in the form of a block. A series of apertures 46 are provided in the side upright 38 at the same height as the apertures 32, 34 in the back upright 22.

The side uprights 38 and back upright 22 lean backwards at an angle of about 10 to the vertical. The base parts 42 extend further backwards than the top of the side uprights 38 and back upright 22.

The edges of the chair back 24 of the back upright 22 are bolted to the ends of the annrests 40. The ends of the lower anns 30 of the back upright 22 are bolted to the base part 42 about halfway along its length.

A chair seat 14 and a footrest 16 are fixed to the frame 12 on each of the two side uprights 38 and on the back upright 22, the footrest 16 being mounted below the chair seat 14. A tray 18 is attached to the frame 12 above the chair seat 14. All the above parts arc wooden. A fabric harness 20 with a plastic fastener is detachably attached to the chair seat 14 at one point in the middle of the front and two points at the back.

Fixing of the chair seat 14 and footrest 16 is by means of screws 50 which pass through apertures 32, 34, and 46 in the back upright 22 and side uprights 38. Each screw is fastened in a corresponding trapped nut sunk into the edge of the chair seat 14 or footrest 16. The chair seat 14 has a single aperture at each fixing point, namely to the back upright 22 and to each side upright 38. The footrest 16 has a single aperture at each fixing point on the side uprights 38, but at the back upright 22 has a pair of apertures.

There is a vertical series of eleven fastening points on the side upright 38 and back upright 22 at the same vertical heights, so that the chair seat 14 and footrest 16 can be fixed horizontally. On the side uprights 38, the fastening points comprise eleven single apertures 46. On the back upright 22 the three fastening points at the top 32 comprise single apertures and the eight fastening points at the bottom 34 comprise horizontal pairs of apertures.

On each side of the chair seat 14, an upwardly extending wing 5lis provided which extends into the gap 53 between the C shaped element 36, the back upright 22, and the chair seat 14. Each wing 51 is a flat element shaped to substantially fill the sideways gap 53 between the back upright 22, the chair seat 14, the armrest 40 and the top of the side upright 38. Thus each wing 51 has a straight lower edge 55 which lies alongside the underside of the seat 14, a straight rear edge 57 which lies parallel to the chair back 24, and a curved edge 59 which follows the line of the adjacent C shaped element 36 so that the gap 61 between the wing 51 and the frame 12 is narrow and of substantially constant width.

The heights of the chair seat 14 and footrest 16 can be altered by using the different sets of apertures 32, 34. However, owing to the differing nature of the fixing points on the back upright 22, the chair seat 14 can only be fixed in the top three positions and the footrest 16 can only be fixed in the bottom eight positions. The possible positions of the chair seat 14 are such so that they do not result in a large gap between the tray 18 and the chair seat through which an unsecured child could fall.

In addition, the tray 18 and chair seat 14 of the highchair can be removed and the footrest 16 used in one of the eight positions available as the chair seat of a child's chair.

The tray 18 comprises a main tray part 52 which is slightly recessed 54 in its upper surface and two arms 56 extending rearwardly from the main tray part at each side and connected to the inner side of the adjacent armrest 40 by bolts 58. Each arm 56 includes an outwardly projecting shoulder 60 just before it reaches the main part 52 of the tray 18. The shoulder 60 rests on the upper surface of the armrest 40 so that the tray 18 rests in a horizontal position.

The chair seat 14 is generally rectangular in plan but having rounded front corners 62. To attach the chair seat 14 to the frame 12, the chair seat 14 is offered up to the frame 12 in a horizontal position and is secured by bolts 50 through an aperture 32 in the back upright 22 and through an aperture 46 in each side upright 38. The front edge 64 of the chair seat 14 is substantially at the same forward position as the forward edge of each side upright 38 when the chair seat 14 is mounted in position.

The footrest 16 is generally of the same shape as the chair seat 14. Nuts (not shown) are sunk into the edges of the footrest 16 at positions at the sides to receive a bolt through an aperture in each side upright 38. Two nuts (not shown) are also sunk into the back of the footrest 16 to receive bolts 50 through two apertures 34 in the back upright 22. The front 66 of the footrest 16 extends forwards of the side uprights 38 and hence also forwards of the front edge 64 of the chair seat 14 so that it is in a comfortable position for the feet of a baby sitting on the chair seat 14.

Each element of the highchair except for the harness 20 is made of wood. Except for the tray 18, the other parts of the highchair are generally flat and about 22mm in thickness, In use, the tray 18, chair seat 14 and footrest 16 arc bolted into position with the footrest 16 below the chair seat 14. A baby is then placed in the high chair through the aperture 68 defined between the tray 18 and the chair back 24 of the back upright 22 so that the baby sits on the chair seat 14. The harness 20 is a five point harness. Each of the baby's arms must thus be put through the appropriate loop of the harness 20 and it must be ensured that the baby's legs are through the appropriate loops of the harness 20, and the harness 20 must then be fastened at the front of the baby. While this is taking place, the baby is not secured by the harness 20. However, the gap 70 between tray 18 and the chair seat 14 is so narrow that a baby could not easily fall through it. The baby is therefore safe in the highchair 10. In addition, as the baby grows, the height of the chair seat 14 and footrest 16 can be lowered by bolting them through lower apertures in the frame 12 and, in due course, the tray 18 can be removed so that the child can sit at a normal table, and the harness 20 may be removed if not required. As the child grows older and taller, the seat 14 can be removed and the footrest 16 can be used as a seat. In this way the child can sit at lower positions, and the footrest 16, used as a seat, can continue to be lowered as the child grows, to maintain an appropriate height for the child in relation to the table. hi this way the chair may be used by a child right through to teenage years.

Second Embodiment The highchair of the second embodiment, as illustrated in Figs. 6 to 10, is similar to the highchair of the first embodiment. Only the differences from the first embodiment will be described. The same reference numerals will be used for equivalent features.

The highchair 10 of the second embodiment does not include the wings 51 of the first embodiment. The frame 12 includes an additional upright 80 on each side extending between and connected to the armrest 40 and the base part 42 of the C shaped element 36.

Each additional upright 80 is arranged at the same 100 angle as the side uprights 38 and back upright 22 so as to be parallel to them. The gap 53 between the C shaped element 36, the chair back 24 and the chair seat 14 now has the additional upright 80 passing through it, such that the parts of the gap 53 to either side of the additional upright 80 are so narrow that a baby could not fall through them.

The narrow strip 28 of the back upright 22 has apertures 33, 35 therealong, but in this embodiment, as particularly shown in Fig. 8, it is the holes 33 for the bolts to fix the chair seat 14 which are in pairs, and the boles 35 for the footrest 16 which are in a single line, the inverse of the arrangement in the first embodiment.

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1. A highchair comprising a frame, a detachable tray, a detachable baby chair seat, and an element which can act as a footrest when a baby is in the baby chair seat, and which can act as a child chair seat when the baby chair seat is detached and the tray is detached so that the chair is suitable for a child to sit in, the height of the element being adjustable with respect to the frame, the fixing means for the baby chair seat and the fixing means for the element being mutually incompatible.
2. A highchair as claimed in claim I, wherein the height of the baby chair seat is adjustable with respect to the frame.
3. A highchair comprising a frame, a chair seat, an element such as a footrest, and a tray, there being fixing means between the chair seat and frame and between the element and frame which allow the heights of the chair seat and the element to be adjusted independently, the chair seat fixing means being different from the element fixing means so that the chair seat fixing means and element fixing means are mutually incompatible.
4. A highchair as claimed in claim 3, wherein the tray is detachable.
5. A highchair as claimed in claim 3 or claim 4, wherein the element is so shaped and dimensioned that it may act both as a footrest, for example when the chair seat and tray are attached, or as a seat, for example, if the chair seat and tray are detached.
6. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 2 to 5, wherein the range of heights over which the baby chair seat and element can be arranged with respect to the frame do not overlap in height.
7. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 2 to 6, wherein there is a greater range of heights over which the element can be fixed than the range of heights over which the chair seat can be fixed.
8. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 2 to 7, wherein there are three heights at which the baby chair seat can be fixed.
9. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein there are eight heights at which the element can be fixed.
10. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the frame includes a back upright.
11. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the frame comprises a plurality of uprights.
12. A highchair as claimed in claim ii, wherein fixing means for the element and chair seat are provided on at least two uprights.
13. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the frame comprises a back upright and two side uprights.
14. A highchair as claimed in claim 13, wherein the fixing means are provided on two side uprights and a back upright.
15. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the chair seat fixing means comprises a different number of fixings from the element fixing means.
16. A highchair as claimed in claim 12 or claim 14, wherein there are a different number of fixings for the chair seat and the element in only one of the uprights.
17. A highchair as claimed in claim 16, wherein there are a different number of fixings in the back upright.
18. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the baby chair seat has at least part of the seat fixing means at two positions thereon which do not align at the same time with two positions on the frame which do align with at least part of the element fixing means on the element.
19. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 11 to 14 and any of claims 15 to 18 when dependent on any of claims 11 to 14, wherein at least one of the uprights has a series of fixing devices therealong.
20. A highchair as claimed in claim 19, wherein the series of fixing devices on at least one upright forms two lines, one above and displaced laterally from the other.
21. A highchair as claimed in claim 20, wherein one of the lines of fixing devices is central along the upright.
22. A highchair as claimed in claim 21, wherein the line of fixing devices which is displaced from centrally along the upright has another line of attachment devices alongside it equidistant from the central longitudinal axis of the upright.
23. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 19 to 22, wherein each fixing device on an upright comprises means defining an aperture.
24. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 19 to 23, wherein each of the uprights has a series of fixing devices therealong.
25. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 19 to 24, wherein at least one upright has a series of fixing devices therealong, the fixing devices on the said upright forming a single straight line.
26. A highchair as claimed in claim 25, wherein each side upright has a single straight line of fixing devices.
27. A highchair as claimed in claims 19 to 26, wherein the back upright has a series of fixing devices forming two lines, one above and displaced laterally from the other.
28. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the tray has a single horizontal use position on the frame.
29. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the highchair includes wings extending upwards from the sides of the chair seat.
30. A highchair as claimed in claim 29, wherein the wings block the gaps between the side uprights and the back upright.
31. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, the highchair further including two additional uprights, each additional upright being between a side upright and the back upright of the frame.
32. A highchair as claimed in claim 31, wherein the width of the gap between any two adjacent uprights is 250mm or less.
33. A highchair as claimed in claim 32, wherein the width of the gap between any two adjacent uprights is 200mm or less.
34. A highchair as claimed in claim 33, wherein the width of the gap between any two adjacent uprights is 150mm or less.
35. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 31 to 34, wherein the uprights are connected to a common base.
36. A highchair as claimed in any of claims 31 to 35, wherein each additional upright is at least 50mm wide.
37. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the highchair includes armrests.
38. A highchair as claimed in any preceding claim, wherein the frame is made of
39. A highchair substantially as described herein with reference to the accompanying drawings.
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DE9311003U1 (en) * 1993-07-16 1993-10-07 Stromski Joachim Chair, especially children's chair
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