Clek Olli Booster Seat

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It's a booster seat that's cool enough for big kids who don't want people to think they are babies. It weighs only 5lbs for easy transportation between vehicles and on vacation and installation is super quick.


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  • marcygirl

    's recommendation

    It's a booster seat that's cool enough for big kids who don't want people to think they are babies. It weighs only 5lbs for easy transportation between vehicles and on vacation and installation is super quick.

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  • michhart

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    safety, quality and my kids love it.

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  • theferretonline

    's recommendation

    I was so excited to hear about the clek olliā„¢ booster seat...it is a backless booster that uses the LATCH system. Sadly, Nathan doesn't weigh enough yet to use it. So, I relied on my friend Tanya to get her boys to try it for me. She put it in her car one day and didn't say anything to them about it...her son Noah immediately noticed it and wanted to sit in the "blue" seat. When they arrived at their destination, he said "I like that seat...it is soft". The company promises to put an end to numb-bum and based on Noah's review, it sounds like they are on the right track!

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  • espy

    's recommendation

    My daughter's getting old enough to feel like her booster seat is to "baby-ish" but she's still young enough to need a booster seat (4-8 and under 80 lbs.). I'm thinking that letting her pick out her own Clek in pink camo will entice her. Maybe she'll surprise me and pick zebra instead. It uses LATCH so it's super secure.

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  • xman16trs

    's recommendation

    A different twist, get it....

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  • momosbaby

    's recommendation

    My little sister was complaining about her car seat, but was still too young to be "an adult," so we decided to buy her a booster seat. She still wasn't an "adult" but she was a "big kid." I think the Multiple Choice Pattern really caught her attention- she loves monkeys!

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