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Video: Clek Foonf Convertible Car Seat

Video: Clek Foonf Convertible Car Seat

Built like a tank and made with energy-absorbing crumple technology, the Clek Foonf convertible car seat provides the utmost protection for your child.

Right off the bat, you’ll notice the Foonf’s modern design and high-quality fabrics to suit the lifestyles of stylish parents. The fabrics are free of added flame retardants. Within the fabric, you'll see that there are six different harness heights fit a wide range children's sizes. This adjustability applies to the crotch strap as well!

It’s adjustable headrest is energy-absorbing and lined with EPP foam to give your child Side Impact Protection. The Foonf's headrest is also connected to the frame using steel rods—this provides maximum head protection. Clek really wasn't kidding about the whole "built like a tank" thing. Additionally, because the Foonf is less than 17 inches wide, it can be installed 3-across in most vehicles. In any case, it leaves plenty of room for other passengers!

The Foonf also includes a smooth, 3-position recline function to make sure your child is comfortable. The included anti-rebound bar keeps kids much safer in rear-facing mode and on top of that, the weight range of the Foonf is between 14-65 pounds. It’s designed to allow most kids to remain rear-facing until their fourth birthday—we highly recommend taking this route so your kids are extra safe!

In rear-facing mode, it can be installed easily with the vehicle seatbelt or using the LATCH system. Once you transition it to forward facing, just remove the rear-facing base and the anti-rebound bar. From there, you can use the vehicle seatbelt with the lockoff method, or the LATCH system. The Clek Foonf's rigid-LATCH system makes proper forward-facing installation effortless, so you can remove and install it in seconds.



The Clek Foonf is one of the best-rated convertible car seats available, and is so durable, it can be passed from one child to another. (And another. And another.)

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