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Best of Baby Winner for Top Booster Seat

When your toddler outgrows their car seat, this high back booster is the next safety must-have.
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September 15, 2020
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And the Winner Is: Clek Oobr Booster Seat

You know you’re entering big-kid territory when your child outgrows their car seat. While they may be the world’s most independent 6 year old, they still need more than just a standard seat belt during car trips. The Clek Oobr is the sleekest next step. This high back or backless booster sets the bar for safety. A rigid latch system makes it easy to install and keeps the seat secure, even without a rider. Your child will love the padded headrest and unique recline feature, making naps on the go extra comfortable. And you’ll appreciate the certified organic, odor- and stain-resistant fabric.

What We Love

• The seat can be used as a high back (40 to 100 pounds; 38 to 57 inches tall) or backless booster seat (40 to 100 pounds; 40 to 57 inches)

• An exceptionally strong magnesium frame plus an energy-absorbing foam layer protects your child’s torso in a side-impact collision, while an adjustable structural headrest safeguards their head

• A rigid latch system makes installation straightforward and simple, and keeps the car seat firmly in place

• A unique recline feature allows your child to sleep comfortably on road trips while riding safely

• Made from organic fabric, it doesn’t get any sleeker than the Oobr; its minimalist design looks amazing in any backseat

• A drink holder comes with the seat and can go from the car to the dishwasher for easy cleaning

Buy it: $300, BuyBuyBaby.com

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