Rated 5 out of 5Â by Frogbait Great seat
Fits onto the table well and is a good size for starting out sitting up.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by gkawenf89k Great to take to Restaurants
Its heavier then others and bulkier but I do like that the arms that go under the table are longer, therefore safer...My Grandson loves it. HOWEVER! I bought it mainly because someone other reviewer wrote that it fit every table they used it on.......WELL It doesn't fit my dining room table which is what I wanted it for so that when My Grandson stays with us he can eat in it......My table has a longer pc of wood and then another pc behind it. It should fit at all restaurants....I gave it to my Daughter so she can use it when they go out to eat.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by gisellaw Good comfortable and sturdy seat
I wanted to buy one of the lighter weight seats offered, but had read that they do not attach to many different style tables. So far, the Summer Infant Secureseat 3-in-1 Booster Seat has attached to every table we've tried it on at restaurants. It is a little clunky, but totally manageable. My 7 month little man enjoys sitting in it and looks comfortable. The tray is very handy, but it is a little tricky to attach at first. I think it will loosen up over time, but the good thing is that it is not going anywhere so you don't have to worry about baby moving it. We have received compliments on the seat and several people have inquired on where to get one, so that's fun little bonus. Overall, convenient, comfortable and sturdy makes it a good buy.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by zworld Great idea one big flaw
They changed the belt closure for securing the child. It is no longer a one hand release as shown online and in the product book. It is now a sewed in two sided clasp and the clasp is defective and will not release. I bought two for recent twin grandsons and have been really disappointed. Summer sent new straps but for the old one clasp belt. Now they are sending new seats. If the same closures clasps are on the two new seats I will have to return them and continue to search for another clasp on seat.