Clek Oobr Booster Seat – Paul Frank Faux-Hawk Julius

| January 10, 2012 | 0 Comments
When shopping for baby products do you shop for safety and style?
I do! When buying baby products I look for safety, but as much as safety is my concern so is style. I know, I am like a fashionista but with baby items, though as long as the safety measures are met it does not matter what brand as long as it’s fashionable. So.. I wanted to introduce the Cleck Oobr booster seat, they have SO many cute styles! This one though…my favorite style.
Now my 3 year old will be in a booster very soon.. Still undecided on what I will buy. Though this one will stay on the list,  these don’t come cheap though, they retail over $300 but it seems as though this car seat might be worth the price seeing how the safety and style meet my high standards. Oobr is Clek’s full back booster seat that provides superior protection for your child without sacrificing comfort, convenience or style. Engineered and made just like the vehicle seats in your car, Oobr is sized for your child and available in a variety of colors and Paul Frank patterns.

 

 

I wanted to share the other styles I know you would love

  • Child Height, Weight and Age — Fullback

    38-57 in.
    (96-145 cm.)
    33-100 lbs.
    (15-45 kg.)
    min. 3 years old

    Child Height, Weight and Age — Backless

    40-57 in.
    (101-145 cm.)
    40-100 lbs.
    (18-45 kg.)
    min. 4 years old
    Booster seat laws vary by state. Please check your local booster seat laws.

    Oobr Safety Highlights

    • Raises your child 4 in./10 cm. to improve in-vehicle shoulder belt fit
    • Better positions the seat belt on the child’s hips to improve safety
    • Locks into place to provide additional booster seat stability in a collision
    • Confirms that latches are locked with an audible “click”
    • Provides a secure connection even when booster seat is not occupied
    • Meets all Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
    • Rated a “Best-Bet” for 3 consecutive years by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

    Did you know?

    • Motor vehicle crashes are the leading causes of death for children ages 3-14 in North America
    • Children ages 4-8 who use booster seats are 59 percent less likely to be injured in a car crash than children who are restrained by safety belts alone
    • New laws in place in most states and in Canada require the use of age-appropriate booster seats
Specifications 

 

Fullback Mode

  • Height of the Rear of the Seat: 4.5 in.
  • Height of the Front of the Seat: 5 in.
  • Height of the Armrest: 9 in.
  • Width of the Front of the Seat: 14 in.
  • Overall Width with Drink-thingy: 20 in.
  • Inner Width of the Headrest: 7.75 in.
  • Height from Seating Surface to Shoulder Belt Guide: min. 14 in. to max 21 in.
  • Weight: 20 lbs.

Backless Mode

  • Height of the Rear of the Seat: 4.5 in.
  • Height of the Front of the Seat: 5 in.
  • Height of the Armrest: 9 in.
  • Width of the Front of the Seat: 14 in.
  • Overall Width with Drink-thingy: 20 in.
  • Weight: 10 lbs.

 

Category: Booster Seats

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