Foonf lives up to reviews and money
January 26, 2017
High safety ratings, ease of installation, beautifully designed, quality materials, accessories specifically designed for travel and seat protection, what more would you like? Installation was step by step in the manual, and easy to do. Clek also offers videos of each step online. We have it rear facing with the rebound bar secured with the latch system belts to the metal anchor rings which make install that much easier. Once we forward face the seat the install be even easier with the latch system to the seat anchors. I've read reviews on the weight being an issue; seems to be about 10 lbs more than other seats. I've moved the seat between cars once and it didn't bother me. If I had to move a convertible seat daily, it wouldn't matter which seat, size or weight, it would be cumbersome. Aesthetics are important to me, as I do not enjoy the look of most "kids" stuff, but this is the best I've seen. Great modern design and refined fabric on the "cloud" seat. This seat is taller than most other seats with the leveling base that is included, but it will be forward facing in a year so it doesn't bother me. I like the seat has a 9 year expiration. This seems to be the longest I saw compared to other seats. This is important since this is our first child and plan to have more. The seat also has 2 different recline positions for rear facing, (note the further reclined, the more space needed.) lastly the pad at the buckle for the leg/shoulder straps has been redesigned on the 2017 seats. The 2016 we have is round and forces the buckle to lay down under the child, so you have to pull it back before or after seating them. 2017 seats they corrected this and will sell the pad to previous model owners.
ProsSafety, materials, design, brand accessories for this seat, ease of install/un-install, 2 recline settings for rear facing, anti rebound bar, seat leveling base for rear facing included
ConsHeight in rear facing (due to seat level base only used in rear facing)