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Itzy Ritzy Shopping Cart and High Chair Cover Review

Big enough for 2 babies, a fashionable & comfortable way to avoid public germs
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Price:   $50 List | $30 at Amazon
Pros:  Beautiful prints, soft 100% cotton exterior, fits most carts & high chairs, made for 1 or 2 babies
Cons:  Bulky
Manufacturer:   Itzy Ritzy
By Juliet Spurrier, MD ⋅ Mom-in-Chief  ⋅  Jun 2, 2013
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Our Analysis

Created especially to cover (public) high chairs and both single and double shopping carts, the Itzy Ritzy Shopping Cart and High Chair Cover is well-padded to keep one (or two) babies comfortable and healthy. With two rear-facing pockets, two adjustable safety belts and straps, ample leg holes big enough for two children, plus four toy loops, these delightful, fun covers may help to protect your baby (or babies) from germs found most commonly at the grocery store and restaurants.

Each 100% cotton cover is machine-washable (in cold water), reversible, and has an elastic band around the entire outside of the cover that allows it to fit about every standard shopping/warehouse cart and restaurant high chair. So pretty and soft, as well as CPSIA (Consumer Protection Safety Improvement Act) certified safe for babies, the Itzy Ritzy Shopping Cart and High Chair Cover, which comes with a reusable carrying case, is one of our favorite traveling items for how functional and fashionable it is simultaneously.


The most commonly cited likes for this product are:

  • Fits every shopping cart and high chair
  • Easy to use/install
  • Lots of room for 2 babies
  • Soft, high quality and durable material
  • Helps with avoiding germs


User reviews frequently note these disadvantages:

  • Bulky to travel with

Juliet Spurrier, MD