Clek Oobr Full Back Booster
Full Back Booster
Made in Canada
Clek Oobr is a full back booster seat
that is built just like the seat in your car but sized for a child. Its metal
sub-structure, Rigid-UAS system and unique recline feature bring new “firsts”
to booster seating.
Oobr is tailored in GREENGUARD
Select Certified Crypton Super Fabrics, which provide permanent protection
against stains, moisture and odor-causing bacteria; and free of brominated and
chlorinated flame retardants (except for leathers).
**Clek seats are not available for shipping. Local pick up only.
Child Height, Weight and Age - Full
Back & Backless Mode
Safety That is Simply Elemental
Collisions happen from all angles. Oobr's exclusive Elemental Safety
System was engineered with front, rear and side impact protection in mind.
Comprised of five structural safety elements, the Elemental Safety System
systematically secures and protects your child.
Rigid UAS System
Locks the booster seat into place
using your vehicle's UAS anchorage system to provide additional booster seat stability
in a collision.
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
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 six 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
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Source: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Annual Assessment of Motor Vehicle Crashes