The table below summarizes the features of Cleck Fllo, one of our best convertible car seats:
|Name||Clek Fllo Convertible Baby Car Seat for Small Cars|
|Ranking on Amazon||#66 on Amazon category of top 100 convertible-best selling car seats|
|Rating||3.9/5 as of August 2019|
|Made of||Foam fabric|
|Min and Max weight recommendation||14 lbs to 65 lbs|
|Rear-facing weight recommendations||14 to 50 lbs|
|Forward-facing weight recommendations||22 to 65 lbs|
|Car seat weight||14 lbs|
|Warranty and expiration||Has one year warranty and has 9-year expiration period|
Video Review of Cleck Fllo:
Clek Fllo Vs Clek Foonf
Based in Canada, Clek Inc. was founded in 2010 and is among the top high-quality car seat maker in the US and beyond. Foonf and Fllo car seats are made in Ontario along with Liing and Liingo.
Both Clek Fllo and Clek Foonf are assembled in Canada and come with the same weight and height limits. The two are tested for optimal security of the baby which is guaranteed by superior side-impact safety and structural headrests. In addition, they are not more than 7” wide and will fit 3-across in most cars and they are aircraft-approved.
Clek Fllo and Foonf both have a steel anti-rebound bar that fortifies their stability while securing rear-facing installation. When it comes to fabric options, they are both available in the same options such as Mammoth (100% merino wool) and TENCEL (chemical-free & biodegradable). All these fabrics are free of brominated and chlorinated flame retardants.
Both Fllo and Foonf come with a removable padded EPP foam seat cushion with a seat cover that is hand washable. This ensures your little one enjoys the ride safely and very comfortably. The two-car seats have a seating depth of 12.5” and you can use them until your kiddo can sit upright alone. They come with a height limit of 43”.
Safety: On the one hand, Foonf uses rigid-LATCH connectors that are built into its base that make forward-facing installation easy. Fllo, on the other hand, uses the same flexible LATCH system for both forward-facing and rear-facing installations. And while Foonf’s REACT energy management system features a design that applies rigid-LATCH installation, belt installation works best for Fllo.
Comfort: Foonf, on the one hand, has 3 recline positions (1 or 2 for forward-facing & 2 & 3 for rear-facing) which offer optimal comfort. With Fllo, you can adjust the angle by shifting it on your car seat.
Seat Installation: Foonf boasts an inclined Rear-Fearing Base that connects underneath the seat to help provide a rear-facing angle. Fllo, on the other hand, has an in-built Recline Foot that swivels out into position. This allows Fllo to sit approx. 1.5” lower than Foonf thus providing a suitable rear-facing angle when installed.
Weight & Height Limit: While Foonf offers a fore-aft measurement of 33” and height measurement of 25.5” to 28.5”, Fllo offers 32.5 with ARB (29” without) and 25.5” to 27”, respectively. Foonf has a seat weight of 38 pounds in rear-facing while Fllo offers 28 pounds with ARB (25 lb. without).
|Clek Fllo||Clek Foonf|
|Has flat base with an integrated rear-facing top||Has a removable wedge-shaped base for use in the rear-facing position|
|28 lbs (25 lbs forward-facing without the Anti-Rebound Bar)||8 lbs (33 lbs forward-facing without the wedge base or Anti-Rebound Bar)|
|Fllo has standard LATCH attachment, facing either direction||Foonf features Rigid-LATCH, which makes correct forward-facing installation incredibly easy, a standard latch is used for rear-facing installation.|
|1 recline position when forward-facing.||2 recline positions when forward-facing.|
|Height: 23.5-27″ rear-facing; 26-31″ forward-facing||Height: 25.5-28.5″ rear-facing; 28-32.5″ forward-facing|
|Width: 13-17″||Width: 13-17″W|
Which one is best:
Both Clek Fllo and Foonf are excellent convertible car seats with sturdy construction for both comfort and comfort. Foonf has a rigid LATCH system and a recline which gives it the upper hand, especially if your car allows for both seating positions. Fllo only has a recline but is more affordable than Foonf.
Video Comparion of Clek Fllo and Clek Foonf
How to Install Clek Foonf
Clek Foonf Side-Impact Crash Test
Clek Fllo Vs. Diono Radian RXT
Diono is based in Sumner, Washington, and boasts more than 20 years of experience in design and engineering since its founding in 1999. Radian was introduced in 2006 as the brand’s first folding car seat.
Both Clek Fllo and Diono Radian RXT have outstanding ratings when it comes to safety. They feature a rethread harness that allow you to lower and raise the straps without having to reroute or unlock them. Both car seat models feature a slim construction that allow a 3-across setup. As such they are excellent options if you need multiple car seats for your kiddos.
Clek Fllo and Radian RXT both come with a 1-year limited warranty and feature a 5-point harness for safety. In addition, they both have side protection that helps reduce the effects of an impact in case of an accident. In both, you need to do manual rethreading to change the height of the harness in rear-facing mode.
Safety: While Radian RXT uses a Super LATCH mechanism for installation, Clek Fllo comes with two options, including a LATCH and seat belt. Fllo also features an anti-rebound bar (ARB) which makes the rear-facing position for your toddler even safer.
Radian RXT car seat, on the other hand, is built using a vehicle steel grade frame with an energy-absorbing foam that helps neutralize crash impact.
Comfort: Clek Fllo comes with a 5-point harness system that features nicely padded straps for comfort. Radian RXT, on the one hand, features the same but the seat has 12 adjustable headrest positions that allow you to select the most suitable fit and comfort.
Seat Installation: Clek Fllo features standard LATCH connectors that are compatible with most modern cars with latch anchors. However, it is difficult to install as it requires you to detach the base to make it snug. Radian RXT uses a proprietary SuperLATCH system that connects very easily with an audible click for letting you know when it is properly installed.
Weight & Height Limit: Clek Fllo boasts a high capacity rear-facing mode with a weight limit of between 14 and 50 pounds while Radian RXT offers a range of 5 and 45 pounds. Fllo’s weight limit in rear-facing mode is 25 to 43 inches, while Radian RXT’s is 44 inches.
Clek Fllo has a forward-facing weight limit of 22 to 64 pounds while that of Radian RXT is 20 to 65 pounds. The height limit of Clek Fllo is 49 inches compared to Radian RXT’s 57 inches. Unlike Clek Fllo, however, Radian RXT can be used as a high-back booster mode with a weight limit of 50 to 120 pounds and a height limit of up to 57 inches.
Warranty: While both Radian RXT and Clek Fllo have a 1-year limited warranty, Diono does not offer an option to extend the coverage. Clek, on the other hand, allows you to extend the warranty up to 3 years when you register your product.
Expiration: On the one hand, Clek Fllo offers an expiration date of up to 9 years after the date of manufacturing. Diono Radiant RXT, on the other hand, offers 8 and 10 years expiration for the harness mode and the booster mode after the manufacturing date, respectively.
Extras: Other than an optional anti-rebound bar (ARB), Clek Fllo comes with EACT Safety Tech that helps redirect the seat impact to the base keeping your kiddo safe. Radian RXT, on the other hand, features robust construction with thick impact-absorbing foam layers for absorbing impact. And while the fabrics in Clek Fllo are not removable, they are very easy to clean. Radian RXT features removable fabrics that are also easy to clean. In addition, Radian RXT has a cup holder.
|Clek Fllo||Diono Radian RXT|
|Uses standard latch connectors||Uses the company’s proprietary SuperLATCH installation system|
|Suitable for babies with a weight between 22 – 65 lbs with a height between 30 – 49 inches||Suitable for babies with a weight between 5 – 45 lbs and up to 44 inches|
|Recommended for babies with at least 1-year-old, but can be used by a baby with less than 2 years||Can be used until the baby outgrows it|
|Compatible with any vehicle with the LATCH system. However, it is important to note that you’d be using the car’s seatbelt||The five-point harness system of Diono Radian RXT also requires manual rethreading|
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