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Clek Fllo Convertible Car Seat - Drift

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Description
Item # FL14U1-BK2B

Clek's Compact Convertible Car Seat

Rear-facing capacity: 14-50 lbs/24-43"
Forward-facing capacity: 22-65 lbs/30-49"
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Seat weight: 25 lbs rear-facing, 23 lbs forward facing
Seat dimensions: 12.5" D x 13-16.9" W x 21.5-26" H


Accommodates children up to 50 lbs in rear-facing mode!

Crumple technology reduces the forces transmitted to your child


Advanced Side Impact Protection and steel anti-rebound bar protect child in case of impact

Comfortably and securely seat three children across

Extended Rear-Facing Installation

Fllo was designed to international best practices for extended rear-facing use (can be used rear-facing to 50 lb). Fllo comes with a Steel Anti-Rebound Bar, which improves stability by limiting rotation of the child seat, helping protect your child’s head from impact in the event of a collision.

Advanced Side-Impact Protection

Fllo was designed to protect the child's head in a side-impact collision through:

  1. Adjustable Headrest with Deep Side Wings: Energy-absorbing EPP foam-lined headrest connected to the frame using steel rods ensures maximum head protection in a side-impact collision.
  2. Energy-Absorbing Foam Layers: Foam layers on both the inside and outside of the frame protect your child by absorbing energy in a side-impact collision, resulting in less force transferred to your child.
  3. Metal Substructure: Steel substructure prevents twisting to keep child contained and protected in the child seat.
Automative Inspired Crumple Technology

The Energy-Absorbing Crumple Technology integrated into every Fllo child seat protects your child much like the crumple zones in the cars we drive — one of the most effective innovations in automotive safety.

In a collision, the vehicle comes to an abrupt stop, but the child continues to move at the same speed. The less time that it takes for the child to come to a complete stop, the higher the forces exerted on the child. Fllo was engineered to actively reduce the forces transmitted to your child in a collision using aluminum honeycomb deformable cores, which mimic the crumple zone technology found in vehicles.

  • Improved Rear-Facing Installation: Unique design improves Rear-Facing installation with an easy-access belt path, small footprint and Anti-Rebound Bar that provide a snug installation with ease.
  • Approved for Use in Aircrafts

Specifications:

  • Seating Depth: 12.5 in.
  • Seating Height: 21.5–26 in.
  • Harness-Slot Height: 10–17 in.
  • Width: 13–16.9 in.
  • Fore-Aft Measurement in Rear-Facing 32.5 in. (29 in. without anti-rebound bar)
  • Height Measurement in Rear-Facing 23.5 in.
  • Seat Weight in Forward-Facing 23 lb
  • Seat Weight in Rear-Facing 25 lb

Reviews
Clek Fllo Convertible Car Seat - Drift
$349.99
3.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Adam
Seattle, WA
4 Stars

HARD--but well-built, and looks nice
January 19, 2015
While I think its looks are a little over-rated (it's still very much a car seat, after all), it does look nice. However, for the price and quality of construction I was expecting something softer. The Diono Radian seems to be equal to the Clek in terms of safety but surpasses the Clek in almost every other category (comfort, lifespan, price, etc.) except looks. My first thought on receiving was that I wished we had purchased the Radian, but I didn't want to have to pay return shipping which would be ridiculous. I highly recommend checking locally or purchasing somewhere you can return for free so you can be certain the seat isn't too hard. If you find it too hard, returning to Albee Baby will put quite a dent in your pocket. We don't need something super cozy but goodness, this is one firm seat! Thankfully our child seems to find it comfortable enough so far as I can tell--but be warned--there's virtually no padding. I do really like the anti-roll bar, however--it seems to make the seat sit much more securely.
Pros:
Looks, extended rear facing, build quality, anti-roll bar
Cons:
Very hard

Patricia
Texas
2 Stars

Ugh! Very Disappointed. Highly Overrated.
November 20, 2014
Ugh, highly overrated. We have a Maxi Cosi Pria for our toddler but because that seat is quite wide, I was looking for a narrower car seat to compensate the width of the Pria, so that we can have access to the third row when we have family over, or sit 3 across in the future. So it was between the Diono RXT and the Cleks. In the end, we went with the Cleks because they sit higher and my daughter really enjoys looking out the windows from her Maxi Pria, so we wanted the same feature for our baby. Hence, we decided to go with the Fllo since it was cheaper than that Foonf, and has "the same features" other than the rigid latch. Let me just say that I have been really disappointed with this car seat. My Pria is much better!!! (amazingly comfortable padded seats, narrow front to back, machine washable, easy to install, cup-holder!) I just wished they made it a little less wide. PROS: - Narrow - Higher seat base - allows child to look out window. CONS: - WAY too much work to set up the car seat. It comes disassembled so you have to assemble it, fix the latch belt, install rebound bar, etc. I guess for first time parents that have plenty of time while their baby is sleeping, it's OK. But when you have a toddler running around and wanting to know what you're doing and trying to touch everything, it's a real pain. - No non-Rethread Harness - Seat is not comfy. I knew that before purchasing, but it's still a con. - Causes Head Slump. Initially, I installed on highest incline hoping to reduce front to back space. Result: Head Slump. So I adjusted driver seat, hence reducing my comfort level to accommodate the incline. However, even on the baby incline, daughter's head still slumps. My daughter is 25 mths and we have never had this problem is the Pria. - Takes a lot of space front to back. I have an Acura MDX and am only 5"1. However, I can barely move my driver seat. My poor husband can no longer drive my car. - Expensive: rarely any sales, no coupons - Cleks are excluded from most coupons. - $20 extra for a cupholder!!! Overall, I am stuck with it since I wanted narrow and high, but I am really disappointed + my husband is pissed that he can lo longer drive/borrow my car, unless he removes the car seat, but who really wants to do that every time? I might buy another Pria for now, and only use the Clek when we actually need to sit 3 across, or access to the third row. My recommendation: Only use if you absolutely need 3 across. Otherwise, there are plenty of other car seats out there that are cheaper and more comfortable all around, for both the driver and the child.
Pros:
- Narrow - Higher seat base - allows child to look out window. - Anti-Rebound bar
Cons:
- WAY too much work to set up the car seat. It comes disassembled so you have to assemble it, fix the latch belt, install rebound bar, etc. I guess for first time parents that have plenty of time while their baby is sleeping, it's OK. But when you have a toddler running around and wanting to know what you're doing and trying to touch everything, it's a real pain. - No non-rethread Harness - Seat is not comfy. I knew that before purchasing, but it's still a con. - Causes Head Slump. Initially, I installed on highest incline hoping to reduce front to back space. Result: Head Slump. So I adjusted driver seat, hence reducing my comfort level to accommodate the incline. However, even on the baby incline, daughter's head still slumps. My daughter is 25 mths and we have never had this problem is the Pria. - Takes a lot of space front to back. I have an Acura MDX and am only 5"1. However, I can barely move my driver seat. My poor husband can no longer drive my car. - Expensive: rarely any sales, no coupons - Cleks are excluded from most coupons. - $20 extra for a cupholder!!!
Best Uses:
Only use if you absolutely need 3 across. Otherwise, there are plenty of other car seats out there that are cheaper and more comfortable all around, for the driver and the child.

AR
RI
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

So far so good
September 30, 2014
the pros: super safe, looks great, install feels solid. the cons: pricy, no non-rethread harness, install isn't super easy, and most of all- takes up a lot of room front-back (i.e. prepare for anyone sitting in front of it to have their knees smashed into the dash). That said, even though i said going in that the one thing I DID NOT want was to have to pull the seat all the way forward- I'm still keeping it. Call me shallow, but looks matter! And the safety is unbeatable.
Pros:
(see above)
Cons:
(see above)




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