When I was pregnant with my twins 4 years ago, the thought of having two full-sized high chairs in our small dinette area made me squirm! We were looking for small high chairs and came across this seat. Not only was it appealing as a space-saver, but it was a great price at about half the cost of the cheapest high chairs we had seen. We also looked at the Fisher Price Space Saver, but this one was considerably less expensive - and we had to buy two! It was the right choice for us at the time. These were the only high chairs our girls used at home, and they were easy to take along with us on trips to the relatives'. The seat reclines easily and the recline mechanism locks. The height of the seat is also adjustable so they used them as boosters until very recently, when they bequeathed them to their now 9-month-old sister. The cushion, seat and tray are very easy to clean, and the straps that fasten the seat to the chair you put it on are very secure. We have never had them loosen when we didn't want them to. The feeding tray liner locks into place and is dishwasher safe, and it was a long time before my little ones were able to pull it off. When they did, I chalked it up to the determination of the child and not a design flaw. My only complaint is that I really wish this seat had a 5-point harness because all of my babies have loved to twist around in it. Why in the world it is lacking this is a mystery to me, but I will say that the lap strap is very secure and adjustable, and the seat is deep enough that I have not had any real concern of the baby falling out. Strictly because of the 5-point harness issue, I would recommend the Fisher Price seat if money is no object but, if you are shopping on a budget, I would feel totally comfortable recommending this one.