Just got this for my daughter and she loves it! As of right now there are only 2 things I don't really "like" about the chair. 1- The back pops out of place with out tons of pressure, so if your baby is playing with it you will probably have to pop the back into place again when they're done. 2- the armrests aren't very high, not a problem unless you use the tray and your little one have bigger thighs and legs. Overall a good little chair
The plastic tob/table is very hard to secure and if you dont pay attention, will slip off when baby puts pressure on it. Seat belt is also not very good or safe, it is held by 1 strap in the back, so if you just buckle baby up and not use the top (just sit baby up and scoot to your table) baby can easily lean to the side and may end up falling and hanging up by that belt around the waist, will not keep your baby in this booster seat.... Not very safe. Cheap.
Do not buy this product. Safety strap does not stay tight and stretches completely out. My godson is 1 and 25 pounds. Had him in the chair today. He leaned over the tray and the entire seat with him in it fell right on the floor. Face FIRST! Busted his mouth bad. And YES I was watching him. I literally tuned my back to pick food up off the floor he had thrown down (to put in the trash) One second and BOOM.
I bought this for my six month old granddaughter who weighs 17lbs. This was my second time using it. The chair flipped forward with her weight and then the straps that hold the booster the chair slid loose and she fell on the floor and hit her head. I am so angry this is not safe for a small infants.
The cup holder takes up so much of the tray space even the smallest toddler plate doesn't fit. And the shape of the cup holder doesn't fit most of the popular sippy cups. If the tray didn't have the cup holder at all the product would be perfect! I like the rest of the design of this booster. I am a grandma of twin 18 month olds and care for them in my home frequently.