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Clek Oobr Full Back Booster Seat, Drift

from Clek
4.4 out of 5 stars 165 customer reviews
| 34 answered questions
About the Product
  • Metal, Plastic, Microfiber
  • Rigid latch system locks the booster in place
  • Metal substructure improves side impact protection
  • Reclines to keep child safe and comfortable when sleeping in the car
  • Back is removable for backless use with older child
  • Crypton super fabrics provide stain, moisture and bacteria resistance
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Product Description

Color: Drift

Product Description

The first of its class in booster seating. Oobr is Clek's full back booster seat built just like the seat in your car but sized for your child. Its metal sub structure and unique recline feature bring new "firsts" to booster seating. Oobr also easily converts into a backless booster seat and is tailored with crypton super fabrics a ride your kids can enjoy as they grow.

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The first of its class in booster seating. Oobr is Clek's full back booster seat—built just like the seat in your car but sized for your child. Its metal sub-structure and unique recline feature bring new "firsts" to booster seating. Oobr also easily converts into a backless booster seat and is tailored with crypton super fabrics—a ride your kids can enjoy as they grow.

Product Information

Color: Drift
Technical Details
Item Weight20 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 18 x 10 inches
UPC826783010216
Item model numberOB11U1-BK2B
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation33 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation100 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB004I5BU7A
Best Sellers Rank #3,155 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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We received our Snowberry Oobr a couple days ago, and the seat is VERY impressive.

With the rigid LATCH system it feels as secure and solid as the Britax Regent we previously had our almost 7yo harnessed in; no sliding around as my child tries to get in it, it doesn't budge. It also makes it an utter breeze to install or remove - it is literally a 5 second job. Plus, the rigid LATCH allows this booster to 'recline' which might come in handy for long road trips.

The seat itself is heavier than the Graco TurboBooster we had occasionally used up to this point, but it is SO much more substantial feeling that it almost makes the TurboBooster feel like a 'toy' in comparison. It genuinely feels like more than just a 'booster' to position my child so that the seatbelt can protect her in a crash (though it does that too), but rather that the seat itself will provide protection like her harnessed seats up to this point. Plus, the Oobr doesn't fall apart when carried by the back like the TurboBooster always does.

The headrest adjusts just like, and feels just like, those on my car. Again not flimsy plastic that feels like it might break just being adjusted; this feels like something that could actually stand up to a crash. Plus, the sidewings are deep enough to 'cradle' my daugher's head and look like they would provide protection in a crash, but do not seem to bother her or impede her view, etc.

The fabric is made to withstand spills, etc, though we haven't had any of those yet to test it out. I can say that it feels more like upholstery than just a 'fabric' cover.

Finally there is a booster that I feel comfortable moving my daughter to (who, yes, has been harnessed far longer than many others; even though she is very tall for her age).
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Color: Dragonfly Verified Purchase
Yes, the transition to booster is when most parents get excited about getting a new sleeker, easier, less expensive seat for their child. Not for us. When my son turned 5 and we decided to switch to a booster, I discovered that boosters do not use the latch system. I won't get into all of my concerns with this except to say that I would never want to be in a seat in a car that was not somehow bolted or attached to the car in some way, regardless of a seat belt's capabilties, so I began researching what booster does have the latch system. There is one Graco that does, but multiple reviews said the latch was poorly designed and basically useless. The only other booster offered with latch is this Clek. Yes, it's very expensive. And heavy, and a little bulky compared to some other boosters. But it securely keeps my child's booster attached to the seat, which for me is worth every penny. It doesn't shift around if he shifts around, I don't have to buckle it in or remove it from my car every time I drive without him in the seat (which is often as I'm a full-time working mother), and if we're ever hit from the side, rear, or front, I know that seat will not fly out from underneath him (if he's in it) or become a projectile (if he's not in it). Plus the seat fabric is soft and so easy to clean. The white exterior is a little annoying because it shows dirt so easily, but there are too many wonderful features that I don't care about the white. Also, it reclines! On long road trips, if your child is in a captain's chair or seat that reclines, he too will recline in the booster. He can take a nap reclined and still be safe! Lastly, it's very easy for him to buckle himself in and follow the guidelines on where the straps go, the cupholder is very nice and simple, and he loves the color. I attached two pictures to the main product information page.
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Color: Blue Moon Verified Purchase
We're big fans of Clek, having had both kids in Foonfs for years now. So when my 5.5yr old was finally ready to move to a HBB, the Oobr was at the top of my very short list.

As expected, the quality is superb. The seat is also easy to assemble and the cupholder is very secure and easily accessible. Adjusting the height is simple and the rigid LATCH installation is very straightforward. The recline feature is, I think, an absolute necessity on any booster in order to prevent head slump while sleeping (leaving your kid's head outside of the protected zone in a side impact) and the Oobr's recline is sufficient to prevent it.

So what's not to like? The seat depth is really shallow. This is mentioned in many online reviews, but I figured it couldn't be THAT shallow. Well, I'm here to tell you that it is! The deepest recline increases the seat depth slightly, but even that leaves your kid with a paltry 12". With the seat fully upright, you lose about an inch. At 5.5, my daughter's legs already surpassed the fully upright seat depth and exactly hit the edge on the deepest recline. She didn't complain about her leg overhang (I suspect she was too keen to keep the blue Oobr to complain about anything), but she was constantly shifting around and sliding forward, leaving her with the lap belt across her abdomen (which is entirely unsafe) rather than fitting low and flat across the upper thighs. Reclining the seat gave her enough seat depth (for now), but also put the buckle stalk out of reach for her to buckle her own belt as it ended up being located behind the seat vs right next to it. As she gets taller, I'd expect the seat depth to become an even bigger issue.
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