Made of a poly-cotton blend, the Guzzie+Guss 201 (appx. $69) is one of the most comfortable chairs you'll find, and your child won't mind sitting in it for hours at a time. It even stays comfy when your kid leans away from you, thanks to its high-backed design.
The Phil&Teds Lobster (appx. $54) uses nonslip grip pads to ensure secure purchase on any table you attach it to, without leaving any permanent reminders that it was there. The clamps can adjust to fit surfaces as thin as 1/8" all the way up to 3.75", adding to its versatility.
You can set up the Chicco 360 (about $90) in six different positions, enabling you to put it wherever is most convenient at the time — something that's sure to come in handy on frantic weekday mornings. It allows for side-by-side as well as face-to-face feeding.
The Mountain Buggy Pod (appx. $68) can truly go anywhere with you, as it folds down to a small enough size that it can easily be stashed in purses or diaper bags. Despite its minuscule stature, the aluminum frame is surprisingly sturdy, holding kids as big as 33 pounds.
As the name suggests, the Toogel Fold-flat (around $58) can be collapsed for easy storage, ensuring it's not in your way when not in use. All the fabric is removable and machine washable, so your little one won't have to sit in last night's dinner while she's chowing down tonight.
The Chicco Caddy (about $39) weighs in at a mere 7 pounds, allowing you to take it with you on nights out without tearing your rotator cuff in the process. It attaches with rubberized grips, minimizing the risk that little fingers will get pinched — or furniture will get scratched.
The Inglesina Fast (around $69) lives up to its name, as the universal twist-tight couplings can be hooked up to a table just as quickly as your fingers can turn. The raised backrest and firm seat keep your baby front and center, rather than sinking uncomfortably in his chair.