It simply feels good! It's big, soft and comfy!
Discover big-kid behavior
imagine peaceful, calm, enjoyable mealtimes...ahhh!
"I can do it myself" we often hear.
And we believe, Yes they can.
Kids will stay in their seat, engaged
and on task -but this big-kid
wannabe needs the help
of a big-kid booster.
But before you invest, do a booster
seat comparison to our
Is it high enough? Is it large enough.
Is it comfortable?
Does it "feel" safe and secure?
Will it tip when leaning over?
Does it have side-arm support?
Does it have back support?
Will your child remain seated?
Our kidSmart Cooshee® Hybak
Booster was anatomically
designed to provide the calming, comfort and convenience
Discover why we all Love a Cooshee®
Kid-friendly Supportive Sides
Are what makes a child feel safe & secure at 6"high
from chair and over 1.5" wide, the arm-rests are easy for kid-size hands to grip on while getting situated and
little elbows to rest on while waiting for their meal.
Original Classic design
At 6.0" high Cooshee Classic model offers a 1/2" wider interior with Cooshee comfor & support.
Perfect for children demanding the
look and feel of a BIG-kid booster.
FIVE Year WARRANTY
Booster Classic and Hybak
carry our Five Year Warranty.
Independently-tested not to tip in any direction -Cooshee Hybak® and Classic have a wide angle base that stays put with the weight of a child. Hybak is 15" x 15" wide, while Classic is 14.75" x 14.75" wide. Our Cooshee foam conforms to all chair shapes. Both models boost a child up a good 3", while the arms are low enought to bring chair safely close to the table.
SMART Hybak® design
At 8.25" overal height of
back, Cooshee Hybak®
props-a-tot up & forward for more focus & concentration.
A 1/2" narrower front
width keeps an active
child a little more
snug in comparison
to the classic.
posture by keeping
legs a fist width apart, the dimension recommended by pediatricians.
Our trademark fun &
functional Dot.Pod pattern provides a quilted seat
3"high that's both inviting
and functional preventing
sliding out of their
Cooshee feeding seat.
"every child deserves a Cooshee"