This high chair is a decent chair for the price. For my older children, I had another brand that I felt was more user friendly than this model, but if I hadn't had any previous experience, I would have been happier with this seat.
The seat assembled quite easily. I popped a few pieces in and was done in less than five minutes.
It is a nice color and does fold up to be compact for small spaces. I typically don't fold it after each use and leave it set up near our dining table. Thus, we've had a few stubbed toes on the chair's feet. (Maybe I should fold it up!) The fabric is nice and doesn't appear "cheap." I haven't had to wash it yet, but I assume it will wash well.
One issue I had was with the angled T bar. I didn't find that I had much trouble getting my 7 month, 21 lb baby in, but getting him out was tough. My 3 year old also sat in the high chair one day to color, and he was able to get in and out with a little wriggling and turning.
My biggest complaint on this seat was that there is no option to control the tray with one hand. It's two handed operation. That isn't a problem unless you go to put the baby in and realize the tray in still in place. I do like the 3 adjustable tray positions as it allowed me to tuck the tray in close to my son.
The straps were easily adjustable. I felt the provided shoulder pads were a little thick and in the way for my 7 month old, but it didn't hinder him at all. The height of the seat and tray fit well with our dining table, and baby boy loved being at the table with us.
Overall, if you need a nice high chair without a high cost, this is a great option. However, if you can spend a little more, you may want to find something without the angled T bar and with a one hand operable tray.
Thank you so much to weeSpring Parent Panel for allowing me the opportunity to review this high chair! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]