GB2507798A - A high chair convertible into a table and chair arrangement - Google Patents

A high chair convertible into a table and chair arrangement Download PDF

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GB2507798A
GB2507798A GB1220301.4A GB201220301A GB2507798A GB 2507798 A GB2507798 A GB 2507798A GB 201220301 A GB201220301 A GB 201220301A GB 2507798 A GB2507798 A GB 2507798A
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    • 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
    • A47D11/002Children's chairs convertible into tables
    • 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
    • A47D1/00Children's chairs
    • A47D1/04Children's chairs convertible from a high chair to a low one, e.g. by reversing
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47DFURNITURE SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN
    • A47D1/00Children's chairs
    • A47D1/10Children's chairs capable of being suspended from, or attached to, tables or other articles
    • 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
    • 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

Abstract

A childs chair assembly comprising a chair 100, a frame 102 for supporting the chair 100 and a removable table surface 104 wherein with the frame 102 in a first position the chair 100 can be affixed to an upper surface of the frame 102 to form a highchair and wherein with the frame 102 in a second position it can form a table with an indent for use with the chair detached. The removable table 104 may be attachable to both the chair 100 and the frame 102 wherein it sits in an opening to lie in the same plane as the frame 102. Also disclosed is a table surface with a recess 134 for a receptacle. Also disclosed is a harness 124 which can be attached to a plurality of positions on the back of the chair 100 to adjust its height and support both a sitting and standing child.

Description

* -Adaptable Baby Chair
Background of the Invention,
[lJ The present invention relates to baby chairs and ià particular to a baby highchair able to be turned into a table and chair for a child, on which a child can safely sit or stand.
[2] Highchairs which transform into table and chaii sets for a child are known in, the art. For example, CN201727189 to Shengihong discloes a highchair comprising a child's chair mounted upon a base, wherein the chair is removable from its * , base. The base rotates by 900 to become a table to be used with the chair.
[3J Similarly, G62476455 to Cheng discloses a high chair assembly comprising a' seat unit *and a table unit, wherein the legs of the seat unit fit into the top of the table unit, the * table thus forming a base for the chair, tp provide a highchair.
[4] Harnesses for securing a baby in a chair are widely t -known in the art., In particular, multi-use harnesses are known in the art for securing a baby in multiple positions. For example, 1JS6095613 to Ostrander discloses a harness for attachment to various types of apparatus including' high chairs, and for attachment to a child while walking. The harness includes.a torso band, a pair of shoulder straps, an inner crotch strap, an outer crotch strap, and underarm securing straps. The outer crotch strap is attached at the rear of the torso band' and is used to a secure the child to a seat by looping the free end underneath the seat so as to attach it to the ohestportion of the torso band thereby securing the child to the seat.
[5]. High chair tables comprising indentations for food and/or bowls, plates, and like reäeptaoles are known in the art.
For example, US2008067840 to McGrew shows a high chair table havingreceptacles adapted to fit into sockets ttiereon. A flange is provided to cover the socket so that the upper surface of the flange is ubstantially flush with the upper surface of the tray when the receptacle, is secured to the tray, providing a continuous surface on the tàhle. Similarly, CA2010375 to Lloyd discloses three embodiments for cooperating tables and receptacles, in the third of which recesses are provided for receiving a receptacle. The recess has a shoulder and the receptacle has a flange which lies inside the shoulder to provide a surface flush with the table-The recesses have small holes in their base to allow the receptacles to be pushed out from underneath. . .
Brief Summary of the Invention
[6] It can be seen from the forgoing that a' need h'as' arisen for. a child's chair adaptable for the various and changing needs of growing babies and children. It would be advantageous to provide a child's' chair which could be used as a highchair or as a table and a chair, wherein the whole assembly was simple and lightweight, as well as compriing features. enabling the assembly to adapt to the various changing needs of a growing child, such as sitting and standing, being fed and self-feeding, and the lik. . [7] It is therefore an object of the present invention to provide a flexible child's chair adaptable for the changing needs of a growing child.
[8] It is a further object of the invention to provide a child's*chair which can be used as a highchair or a table and chair.
[91 It is a still further object of the invention to provide a child'.s chair which is lightweight and easy to use and to maintain.
[103 It is a still further object of the invention to prdvideán eating surface for a child's chair which is easy and hygienic to use, clean, and adapt for both a highchair and a
table.
[113 It is a yet further object of the invention to provide a child's chair in which the child can safely sit or stand * according to the preference of the child.
* [12] *To this end, a child's chair assembly is disclosed comprising: a low chair; a frame for supporting the chair, having a longest side and an opening in a plane of said longest side, the opening being wide enough to at least partially admit the low chair; and a removable table surface; whereby, with said frame in a fixst position wherein the longest side is substantially vertical, and said chair affixed to an upper surface of said frame, a highchair is formed; further whereby, with said frame in a second position wherein the lnngest side is substantially horizontal, and said chair removed from said frame, a table and chair configuration is formed; whereby the longest side is used -for both the height of the.frame in the first position and the width of the table in the second position.
[13] An advantage of the present invention is that it can be used as a highchair for a baby or a table and chair fcr an older child. A still further advantage-is that, since the base rotates by 9O to form the table, the height of the base becomes the width of the table, thereby preserving a narrow and space-saving footprint in highchair mode while enabling a wide and useful table in table and chair mode, A yet further advantage is that the same table surface is used in both modes, enabling the device to be lightweight and providing familiarity to the child when changing modes. A still further advantage is that the table recesses enable a receptacle such as a bowl or plate to be placed therein with their upper suiface flush with or below the table surface, preventing an older child from throWing the receptacle from the table or spilling the food. A still further advantage is that the table surface is continuous, therefore it can be used without a receptacle arid without holes for food or other spillages to fall through. A yet further advantage is that the table surface is smooth and free from crevices, thereby enabling easy and effective cleaning. A yet further advantage is that the adjustable harness enables the child to stand safely if desired, as older babies often wish to dc. This will enable children to remain in the chair for longer thereby facilitating better eating.
Brief Description of the Several Views of the Drawing [14] The invention can be better understood with reference -* to the following drawings, in which: [15] Figure 1 shows the child's chair in the highchair configuration; [16) Figure 2 shows the child's chair in the table and chair donfiguration; [17] Figure 3 shows a close up view of the harness of the preferred embodiment of the invention; and [18] Figure 4 shows a view of the table of the preferred embodiment of the invention affixed to the frame in the highchair configuration.
Detailed Description of the Invention
(19] In a preferred embodiment of the invention, shown in Figures 1-4 wherein like numerals refer to like components, a child's chair assembly is disclosed comprising: alow chair 100; a frame 102 haying a longest side 106 and an opening 108 in a plane of said longest side, the opening being wide enough to at least partially admit the low chair; and a removable table surface 104. The assembly can adopt at least two positions.
[20] With said frame in a first position wherein the longest side is substantially vertical, and said chair affiged to an upper surface itO of said frame, a highchair is formed as shown in Figure 1.
[21] With said frame in a second position wherein the longest side is substantially horizontal, and said chair removed from said frame, a table and chair configuration is formed as shown in Figure 2.
[22) Thus the longest side 10 is used for both the height of the frame in the first pcsitioh and the width of the table in the second position. An advantage 6f this is that the longest side of the frame is used advantageously in both positions -to provide height for the highchair and width for the tábl as required. 4n advantage of this is that it enables a table of a large usable surface area to be provided by the same frame which supports a highchair with a small, space-savin footprint, thus adapting the device to the changing needs of a growing child.
[23] The chair, frame, and table surface will now be * described in turn in detail below.
[24] The dow chair is an independent chair unit upon which a baby or small child can sit, as known in the art, having *a seat portion 101 for sitting upon and a back portion 103 for supporting the back of a child.
(25] Preferably, the low chair is of adjustable height, such that it can be raised and lowered with respect to the ground to adapt to different sizes of child, or to the changing needs of a growing child. In particular, the low chair may haye a height at which it is suitable for use with the table in the table and * . chair configuration, and a different height at which it fits onto or into the frame to form a highchair. (The preferred-means for * fitting into or onto the frame will be discussed below.) As arV example, the height may be adjusted, via a retractable: central leg 112 on a base 114, retracted via a handle opeating sprung pins as known in the art, an advantage of this being that it would be possible to adjust the' height of the chair with one hand. It will be readily apprecifled, however, that many other height adjustment means may, be used within the scope of the invention.
[26] The chair ray comprise' arms 118, an advantage of this being that it provides support and restraint to the child therein, although alternatively there may be no arms. The arms may be fixed or adjustable.in position, and may comprise means for receiving the table surface as will be described below. The arms may fold into the back portion of,the chair, an advantage -of this being that the chair can be used with or withcut the arms according to the needs of the growing child. -- [27] Preferably, the chair further comprises means 120 for attaching said table surface, wherein said remcvable table, -6 -surface attaches to said means for attaching, such that a child in said chair can use said table surface. For example, the table may slot or otherwise fix into place on the arms of the chair, if present, or into the chair, back, or anywhere on the chair. The table surface may be shaped to cooperate with the means for attaching. Many means for attaching a chair to a table are known in the art and therefore this feature is not described in detail herein. The table surface preferably attaches to the chair independently of the frame, such that it can be, used while the chair is attached to the frame in the highchair configuration, and also while the chair is detached from the frame and placed on the ground. However, the table surface may alternatively attach directly to the frame such that it can be used from the chair with the chair installed on theframe in the highchair configuration.
[28] The frame supports the chair when in the first position and admits the chair at least partially in the second position.
The frame may be any shape capable of supporting the chair in,the first position (that is, with its longest side substantially vertical) and admitting the chair in its second position, but is preferably shaped as shown in the figures. The longest side is defined as the side or edge,or dimensiqn of the frame which has the longest overall length measured froi outer edge to outer edge of, the frame. The opening in a plane of said longest side is, provided for the purpose of allowing the chair to be positioned.
with respect' to the table, such that the longest length of the frame provides the width'of the table. An advantage of this is that the table takes greatest advantage of the dimensions of the frame, providing the widest possible table which the child can reach th maximum area of. The opening is wide enoUgh to at least partially admit the low chair such that the chair can be sat on 7' by the child with the legs of the seated child at least partially under the frame as is the normal way to sit at a table [29] The upper surface 110 of the frame (when £he frame is in the-vertical or highchair position) preferably comprises means for receiving the chair such that the chair is securely held therein in the highchair configuration. The means for receiving the chair may, for example and without limitation,, be a slot with ratchets, sprung pin's, or other releasable securing mechanisms as widely known in the art. . [30] In the freferred embodiment of the invention, the table and frame are shaped as shown in the figures, being slightly curved around the area 122 where the child's torso will be positioned. An advantage of this is that the child can sit still closer to the table and reach still further around it.' In the preferred embodiment, the frame comprises minimal material and maximum empty'space as shown, in the figures, advantages of this being reductions in cost, weight, and visual impact.
[31] Preferably, said frame further comprises means 107 for.
receiving said table surface substantially ma plane of the longest side wherein said removable table surface attaches tp, said means for receiving, such that when said chair -is admitted -to said opening, a child in said chair can use said table surface. The means for receiving may be a groove, hollow; indentation, slot or the like and may incorporate prung pins, ratchets, snap-fittings, or any other fixing means as known in the art. Preferably the reans for receiving the table further' comprise means for removably fixing the table in position such that the child, cannot move the table. The precise-details for affixing and removing the removable table surface are widely known in the -art and therefore not deadribed herein, in detil. -Most preferably, the means for fixing the table are such that
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when the frame is turned into its first position, with the longest side vertical for use as a highchair, the table can optionally remain in position for storage. An advantage of this is that the highchair configuration can be used for a child to eat at a regular table without the removable table surface in place, and the table surface can be stored safely and hygienically in the frame. This adapts the devide further to the changing needs of a growing child.
[32] The table surface 104 is preferably shaped as shown in the figures although it may be any shape comprising a substantially flat portion upon which a child can place food.
[33] Most preferably, the table surface comprises a substantially flat portion 132 and at least one recess 134 for receiving a receptacle (such as a bowl or plate), the recess having a depth such that an upper surface of a receptacle in said' recess will rest below or substantially flush with said flat portion. Receptacles may be provided to fit precisely inside the recess or recesses such that the receptacle surface rests below or substantially flush with the flat portion bE the table surface; Alternatively no such receptacles may be provided and the recess or recesses maybe, shaped to fit an average' * -receptacle. An advantage of the recesses is that the child is less able to pick up the receptacle and tip it over or throw it off the table, and will therefore be more, likely to eat well and with less mess: [34] The substantially flat portion may be any shape or size and the recess or recesses ma' be disposed anywhere on the table surface. The table surface may comprise polypropylene or other engineering polymer or other material. , [35) Preferably table surface is srnboth, that is, it does not comprise cracks or crevices but Only substantially gentle curves, an advantage of this being that the smooth shape enables more effective and easier cleaning.
[36] Preferably the table surface is continuous, that is, it does not comprise any hoies throughout its area. An advantage of this is that i can effectively be used with or without receptacles such as bowls or the like, without a risk of food, liquids, toys or the like falling through the table surface.
Furthermore there is reduced risk of fingers beOcming trapped therin. Still' further, fast and effective cleaning is facilitated.
[37] Most preferably, a flat cover 136 is provided for the table surface as known in the art, which affixes into place over the table surface as known in the art. An advantage of this is that food on the table surface can be easily covered, and furthermore the flat surface can be used for the child to play upon. - 138] In the preferred embodiment, the chair further comprises a harness 124. The harness may be any harfless as widely known in the art for both highchairs and pushchairs. However, a preferred harness design will now be described herein.
[39] Preferably, the harness comprises a height adjustable harness. The height of said harness is preferaEly adjustable such that said harness secures a child in a sitting or standing position. an advantage of this being that the harness adjusts to the changing needs of a growing child. The harness can -be raised to allow supported standing, or lowered to allow sitting, and further adjusted between these positions to accommodate the changing needs and size of the growing child.
-10 - [40] In the preferred arrangement, the harness comprises at least a crotch support 131*and a waist support 130, and is mounted to a back portion of said chair as shown in Figure 2.
Most preferably, the back side of the back portion of the chair comprises a multiplicity of slIts 128, each at a different height, into which a hook 126 can be inserted. This hook and slit arrangement thus comprises the height adjustment means.
[411 Alternatively the back portion of said chair may comprise a.muitiplicity of harness receiving means of any type, at amultipliciy of heights, whereby said harness can be mounted at a multiplicity of heights. The harness reàeiving means may be any-slot, hook, protrusion, indentation or any means-capable of substantially securely receiving a harness and may be an integral part of the chair or an additional component.
[42] Alternatively there may be only two slits, one for a standing and one for a sitting position. The harness is attached to the hook and positioned over the top of the back portion of the chair, thus by raising and lowering the position of the hook on the, rear of the chair, the position of the harness is lowered -and raised respectively. Means may be provided for retaining the harness in position over the top of the chair. The hook' is preferably designed such that the weight of the child pulls against the slit to further secure the hook in the slit. An advantage of this is that the design is very simple and can be adjusted easily and quicki9, even with one hand. Furthermore, other rneans for attaching tle harness to the slits may be used.
Alternatively other means for adjusting the height of the harness as a whole may be used as known in the art.
[43] An advantage of having at least a crotch support and a waist support is that the crotch support can take some of the weight of the child while standing, while the waist support -can -11 prevent some sideways movement when standing. These are helpful in assisting and supporting a child who is just learning to stand or can as yet only stand with support. Furthermore, shoulder restraints or other supports, straps or restraints may be provided as known in the art.
[44] An advantage of adjustihg the height of the entire harness is that it is a simple and quick way to change the position of the chfld while the rest of the harness remains the right size for the child.
[451 However, the height 6f the child may be adjustable by adjusting only a part of the harness rather than the entire harness. For example, the harness may comprise means for adjusting the length of the crotch support, pr of shoulder straps, or any other part of the harness independently from the rest,bdth to alter the height of the child with respect to the chair, and to alter the harness to fit children of different sizes..
[46J It will be appreciated that a wide range of child harnesses for bhairs are known in the art and an, of these types of ha±ness may be used herein, the defining feature of the harness. for this purpose being its height adjustability with respect to the chair to allow the ohil to sit or stand at at least two different heights, and preferably at a multiplicity of heights to accommodate the changing needs of the growing child.
[47J It should be noted that the chair assembly may alternatively be provided with no harness, or a removabLe harness, such that the child may sit without a harness when able.
-[48] In a second embodiment of the invention, a table surface for a child's chair is disclosed. The table comprises a substantially flat portion and at least one recess for receiving a receptacle, the recess having a depth such that an upper surface of a receptacle in said recess will rest below or substantially flush with said flat portion.
[49J Preferably said table surface is smooth. Preferably said table surface is continuous.
[501 The table may further comprise means for removably or permanently attaching to a frame or chair, which may be any attachment means, as are widely known in the art and therefore not described in detail herein.
[51J All terms used herein with respect to the table are defined as described above with respect tc the first embodiment and the figures thereof.
* [52] ih a third efnbodiment of the invention, a harness for a child's chair is disclosed wherein a height of said harness is adjustable such that said harness secures a child in a sitting or * standing osition.
[53J The harness is preferably mounted to a rear portion of said chair. Most preferably, the rear portion of said chair comprises a multiplicity of harness receiving means at a multiplicity of heights, whereby said harness can be mounted at a multiplicity of heights. The harness may be provided with harness receiving means which can be mounted to a specific chair or to any chair.
[54] Preferably the harness comprises at least a crotch suppoit and a waist support.
f55] The preferred arrangement of the harness, and all other features and terms with respect to the harness of the third embodiment are as described and defined as above with respect to the first embodiment arid the harness thereof and as illustrated in the figures thereof. *
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