I've heard review on the treat seats and all of them were bad. I think there was only one person who didn't have trouble with the seat working. We don't have one, but after reading the review I have, I didn't want to invest in one.
we have the black/white striped one from the cafe. I agree, not too useful. I was going to return it, but with shipping, etc, it's just not worth it. Diana does keep in on the chair next to her at th table, and she's also been known to use it as a car seat for the doll while traveling, so just another thought for it's use.
I love mine - I bought it off a lady on this board and it is too cute. Plus, we have a homemade desk with the computer set on it, and I just push the doll right up to the computer in the chair and it works that way, too. I will have to post pictures, in case that sounds too odd - because it really does work. And DD's Elizabeth can be found all over the house fixed to anything that will hold the seat!! LOL
BTW - I love the car seat idea as well.
But if you were thinking of purchasing one on ebay or whatever, and you really like it, then get it - I love ours!!!
Post by Dragonslovedolls on Sept 20, 2009 19:07:44 GMT -5
I believe one AGP had polka dots and one had the striped treat seats but I don't know which is which since I ebayed my striped one.
Unattached and without doll. The gap between the arms that go over and under the table edge is 3.5cm. The treat seat fits my kitchen bench and my desk but not our 5cm thick dining table. Luckily I am past the age where I want my dolls to eat with us (and so is my DD!) and the kitchen and my desk is where I like to have dolls hang out with me.
Please excuse my messy kitchen!
Attached without doll.
The doll has to go in first, then you slide the seat onto the table edge.
Nellie lifted her arm in the other shot... forgot for this one but hopefully you can still see.
"Hi! This modelling gig is hard work. Is there any breakfast going...?"
The arms are plastic (I think, after a 'tap' test and given that there is a little 'give' to them) but quite sturdy for all that. No one has ever fallen off or out of where I've put them anyway. The chair is upholstered in something 'coated' to make it easy to mop up spills.
I would give the seat an 'A+'. I think it is nicely made and I love that my dolls can hang out with me at my desk or in the kitchen.