Evenflo BabyGo High Chair – Red

Evenflo BabyGo High Chair – Red

The Baby Go High Chair by Evenflo is the perfect high chair to meet your needs without exceeding your budget. Its lightweight frame and revolutionary fold provide a safe high chair solution for your child no matter the occasion or location. The Baby Go High Chair’s easy fold mechanism makes it very compact and it is free standing when folded. The Baby Go High Chair has a 2 position, easy to clean tray, a 3 point restraint system and includes an integrated carry bag.

Main features

  • Two position tray
  • Three point restraint system
  • Wipe able seat pad
  • Compact, easy to fold high chair
  • Integrated carry bag

Verified reviews


Happy with Purchase

This is a great chair. It’s light weight and easy to assemble. It opens and closes with ease for quick transport. The chair is a bit low, though. Would be much better if the legs expanded for height adjustment. All in all, a great find. I would recommend to others.

Dorothy Guilford, NY

Great compact highchair

This is the only highchair we have and we love it. We had originally looked at the Tripp-Trapp and other tray-less options. The tray on this is small, but I have not found it too small. It has worked perfectly for finger food. Perhaps this will be more of an issue once we move on to consistently using plates and silverware, but the chair is the perfect height to slide up to the table and eat directly from there without the tray once he’s ready. We have taken this to family dinners. It collapses easily for transport – it is not tiny when fully collapsed, but definitely portable and fits easily in our car. I was worried about the chair being too small, but my 2-year-old nephew has also used it without a problem. I know that a lot of people have purchased this for small apartments where space is an issue. We have a large kitchen, so space was not a deciding factor for me, so if you’re buying it purely for space issues, you will not be compromising on function or quality.My only complaint is that the straps are not removable, so cleaning them is a bit of an issue. However, this could probably be solved by using a bib – which I never seem to remember. I would highly recommend this chair. You can’t beat the price. I would definitely buy this again and recommend it to all of my friends.

Queen Shirley Basin, WY

Great folding high chair!

We got this high chair mainly for camping – it folds up completely self contained and a small size so it won’t take up much room in our RV. The chair is sturdy and the tray snaps in so it doesn’t jiggle around – it’s a very sturdy tray, not flimsy at all. This will also be a nice spare high chair – all around great item! See my pictures to confirm what I say – my grandson is 16 mos old, 30 lbs and nearly 3 feet tall…he fits great with room to grow!

Allene Colbert, WA

nice product

Nice product overall; haven’t taken it out to a restaurant yet, but worked great at a recent family gathering; one slight complaint…the tray is difficult to snap into place and if not snapped correctly will often “pop” back out..can be quite hazardous to the kid sitting in it…

Gilda Fannin, TX

Perfect for Small Apartments

We got this high chair to replace the regular super tall high chair we were given. It’s perfect for our tiny apartment. It’s a lot shorter than regular high chairs which was also perfect for us as our place is too small for a dining table. It’s very sturdy, folds and unfolds easily and holds the baby very securely. =)

Virginia Gordon, PA

Agree it’s too low

Bought it because it was affordable, but even for my 5′ even wife, she says it’s too low. Haven’t had any other problems though.

Coleen Mc Gregor, TX

Compact and Easy

Small footprint even with the tip proof legs. Could be a little taller, but works (Slightly taller than an average adult chair). Sturdy and easy to put together. Compared to other baby stuff I’ve put together this month it is a breeze!Tray probably is the hardest thing to put on, but it is a lot easier than others have posted here. Just stand behind it, make sure the tray is flush on the arms, apply slight pressure down and pull back. Tray will slide into the first notches and stop. Press the red notch levers and pull back to adjust again. After the first position the tray does rub the fabric a little which will probably be the first wear spots after a few years. Hard to find these things lately, so hopefully they keep making them if I need another later.

Mariana Meredith, NH