Please note the fabric is cut individually for each seat and there is no guarantee a specific character or characters will appear. We cannot take returns on used or open Foonfs.
In the world of Tokidoki, everyone is cute, everybody is cool, and nothing makes the faintest amount of sense: you can hang out with a cute Medusa, punk cats and dogs, apples with vampire fangs, a milk carton with a cow face, and more. It’s a kid-friendly world with an edge – a perfect design fit for a fashion-forward company like Clek!
The Clek Tokidoki Foonf Convertible Car Seats feature a dizzying array of charming Tokidoki characters and creatures, in three eye-popping designs:
Of course, the fabulous Tokidoki designs are only a small part of what makes these Clek Foonf Convertible Car Seats a fantastic choice for your family: ultimately, no matter what a car seat looks like, its purpose is to protect your child in the car, and the Foonf delivers! Foonf features include:
Some minor performance and design tweaks have been made for the 2014 version of the Foonf Convertible Car Seat, including:
The Foonf Convertible Car Seat can be used starting when your child can hold her head up unassisted, with a rear-facing weight range of 14-50 pounds (25”-43” height), and a forward-facing weight range of 20-65 pounds (30”-49” height). The unusually narrow profile of the Foonf means that you can fit three across in the back of a car if you have to (they’re 17” wide), and you can even take your Foonf on a plane! With this terrific car seat and these adventurous Tokidoki designs, there’s no limit to the voyages you can take with Clek.
sturdy, quality construction
uncomfortable for baby
This car seat looks like it'd survive a tank rolling over it (don't try this at home) so i feel very good about using it, BUT, it may not get much use because it is so uncomfortable for my daughter. The seat bottom and back have very little cushion and its pretty hard. Poor babykins squirms and cries the whole time, that aint cool. But, she's safe, so I've got that going for me, right?