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    • Just got my shipping confirmation this morning
      Oh, so it was only mine thet got cancelled. Looks like my child is destined for Graco Slimfit3 LX
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    • Too bad they don't have the Oobr booster seat on sale as I need another one of those. I've been using the Fllo as a car seat for quite a while and really like it. I find it easy to install and good quality. I used to have a Diono Radian 10 years ago and would dread having to remove, clean and re-install it.
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    • lol my order got cancelled. anyone's shipped yet?
      Just got my shipping confirmation this morning
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    • My order just shipped/shipping label printed. Shipped and Sold by The Bay.
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    • Every car seat in Canada passes the basic safety tests. In independent tests Clek seats score worse than competitors while being more expensive (google "clek safety rating").

      I'm all for supporting Canada if it makes sense, but in this case I don't think it does. Get a Graco Extend2Fit if you want to maximize the safer back-facing position (and much cheaper), or Britax if you want a higher end brand.
      I think we need to separate infant seats from toddler seats for this. Their infant seat is one of the higher ranked ones although is pricey. It is only one of a couple of seats sold in Canada that are approved for a load leg, as well as some unique ways to position the seat to make sure it is the correct angle vs. Having to proper up the seat with a towel. Sure they are all approved but there is a bit of variation from seat to seat with different features.

      Everyone has their own opinion on the best brands… and usually it’s the one they bought… so take it all with a grain of salt.
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    • I just tested the Clek and Britax. I found LO preferred the Britax. This seems like a great deal, but britax is also on sale for about 20% off at Snuggle Bugz. https://www.snugglebugz.ca/brands/britax . Plan to go britax only because I need something that reduces the chance of a crying strom in the car. My lo already hates the car lol.
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    • Every car seat in Canada passes the basic safety tests. In independent tests Clek seats score worse than competitors while being more expensive (google "clek safety rating").

      I'm all for supporting Canada if it makes sense, but in this case I don't think it does. Get a Graco Extend2Fit if you want to maximize the safer back-facing position (and much cheaper), or Britax if you want a higher end brand.
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    • Does anyone have recommended brands or models for folks who can't or won't shell out 500$ for a carseat? For example, we don't own a car, but will obviously still need to own one for the occasion trips we do ride. This all seems so different from when I grew up.
      Clek makes an infant one (Liing) without a base that can be strapped in if you’re looking at that. It’s half the price. Look more into the European seats as they are more designed for occasional rides (less car ownership) than American.
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    • Just watch out for expiry date when buying used carseats. Typically it's 6-9 years after date of manufacture depending on brand.
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    • Does anyone have recommended brands or models for folks who can't or won't shell out 500$ for a carseat? For example, we don't own a car, but will obviously still need to own one for the occasion trips we do ride. This all seems so different from when I grew up.
      Kijiji is a great option. You can score this car seat for $300.
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    • Does anyone have recommended brands or models for folks who can't or won't shell out 500$ for a carseat? For example, we don't own a car, but will obviously still need to own one for the occasion trips we do ride. This all seems so different from when I grew up.
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    • if you use the latch system, do you still need to pull the seatbelt to secure the seat? I do the latch and the strap that goes over top of the back passenger seat facing the trunk.

      For our Foonf, the Rigid LATCH can be used without securing the regular seatbelt up to a certain weight limit (forward facing). IIRC it was about 48 lbs or something. You need the top tether strap of course.

      On my vehicle I didn't need to use the seat belt and by the the time we needed to use it on the Foonf, I already transitioned to a booster seat anyway
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    • The idea of the Clek seats is that you are paying for better materials, and presumably better safety too. Yes, there are safety standards and all seats sold meet them, but those are minimum standards. They do their own testing and publish the results, and their own results show they exceed them by a large margin. There are also third party test results which show Clek does well. Personally I liked the headrest and seat has large side wings and it helps keep the kid seated more properly if they are sleeping. Also my kid appreciated the high height of the seat, the kid can see easier out of the vehicle propped up higher, so generally enjoyed riding in the Clek more because they had an expansive view out the window.

      Proper installation is hugely important because if it's not installed properly, it can't do its job and then even the best brand of seat is dangerous. I liked Clek for the rigid latch which made them easier to install for me, I found tightening the straps on other seats more difficult and variable. I did have other brands (Britax, and Diono) but I like my Clek seats the most. I liked the choice of materials/colors and it was easy to clean. I don't mind paying a bit of premium for something that looks nice too.


      YMMV, but I would recommend the Clek brand based on my experience.
      if you use the latch system, do you still need to pull the seatbelt to secure the seat? I do the latch and the strap that goes over top of the back passenger seat facing the trunk.
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    • But there's listings for sold by The Bay and Dearbornbaby?
      Unless something has recently changed, it'd also be fulfilled by Dearbornbaby, and they probably didn't update the product page.
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    • When did you order? I wonder if it was due to inventory. The coupon code is still showing on the product page for the car seats so it doesn't look like they're making changes

      EDIT: nevermind - just saw your reply above
      Yeah, I see that marshmallow one is still available. I ordered around 11 pm yesterday
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    • I believe the bay uses Dearbornbaby for all online baby gear orders.
      But there's listings for sold by The Bay and Dearbornbaby?
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    • It says Sold By the Bay though?
      I believe the bay uses Dearbornbaby for all online baby gear orders.
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    • AFAIK car seats sold on bay dot com are actually sold by Dearbornbaby. Dearborn staff is on the ball. If they won't get the full amount of money they're supposed to get from the bay, they'll just cancel the orders. And I don't think that the bay will take a hit and subsidize the difference due to this error. So it'll probably get cancelled.

      As far as safety and price - all car seats sold in Canada are safe. Period. Whether they're $80 or $800. They all get certified, and they all get extra testing on their own. The only line of car seats that I came across my research that had a bit less than a perfect score was those narrow diono car seats line, but it's still considered safe.

      And AFAIK car seats last 10 years, and it is strictly illegal to sell a used car seat in Canada, even in a private sale.
      It says Sold By the Bay though?
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    • lol my order got cancelled. anyone's shipped yet?
      When did you order? I wonder if it was due to inventory. The coupon code is still showing on the product page for the car seats so it doesn't look like they're making changes

      EDIT: nevermind - just saw your reply above
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    • Reason?
      Unfortunately the Item You Ordered is Sold Out

      Hi ABC, unfortunately, the below item is sold out, so we've had to cancel your order. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. Your credit card will not be charged.
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    • lol my order got cancelled. anyone's shipped yet?
      Reason?
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    • AFAIK car seats sold on bay dot com are actually sold by Dearbornbaby. Dearborn staff is on the ball. If they won't get the full amount of money they're supposed to get from the bay, they'll just cancel the orders. And I don't think that the bay will take a hit and subsidize the difference due to this error. So it'll probably get cancelled.

      As far as safety and price - all car seats sold in Canada are safe. Period. Whether they're $80 or $800. They all get certified, and they all get extra testing on their own. The only line of car seats that I came across my research that had a bit less than a perfect score was those narrow diono car seats line, but it's still considered safe.

      And AFAIK car seats last 10 years, and it is strictly illegal to sell a used car seat in Canada, even in a private sale.
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    • My Clek is still going strong on year 6 with my second kid. No complaints, also they are made a little narrower so it might also be a good choice if you have a smaller car.
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    • lol my order got cancelled. anyone's shipped yet?
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    • You snooze you lose…
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    • While everyone was arguing about the need for this car seat The Bay caught on and took the products down. I blame all of you.
      You sure it isn't cause they're out of stock? I still see the Foonf on the website that's eligible for the code. Should have acted faster!
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    • While everyone was arguing about the need for this car seat The Bay caught on and took the products down. I blame all of you.
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    • I like the Foonf as well. Easy to remove and install. Yea it’s a pain if you have to keep swapping beteeen cars you might get annoyed since it’s big but it is easy to install and make super tight. Feels really nice and kids sit up a little bit higher than my Diono. Only downside is that stupid pad next to the crotch buckle. Never stays in and it’s a pain to put back. Have to see it smaller so it doesn’t keep coming out.
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    • The idea of the Clek seats is that you are paying for better materials, and presumably better safety too. Yes, there are safety standards and all seats sold meet them, but those are minimum standards. They do their own testing and publish the results, and their own results show they exceed them by a large margin. There are also third party test results which show Clek does well. Personally I liked the headrest and seat has large side wings and it helps keep the kid seated more properly if they are sleeping. Also my kid appreciated the high height of the seat, the kid can see easier out of the vehicle propped up higher, so generally enjoyed riding in the Clek more because they had an expansive view out the window.

      Proper installation is hugely important because if it's not installed properly, it can't do its job and then even the best brand of seat is dangerous. I liked Clek for the rigid latch which made them easier to install for me, I found tightening the straps on other seats more difficult and variable. I did have other brands (Britax, and Diono) but I like my Clek seats the most. I liked the choice of materials/colors and it was easy to clean. I don't mind paying a bit of premium for something that looks nice too.


      YMMV, but I would recommend the Clek brand based on my experience.
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    • These are expensive.

      They are a pain in the butt to move around.

      They are awesome.

      If you want to feel like your kids are safe, nothing comes close.

      Do they need it? No idea. The premium price is for piece of mind. The seats are SOLID, like little tanks.

      As with everything, don't break the bank if you can't afford it. You don't need this for your children to be safe.
      One thing you might consider, is how much time your kids spends in the car while you drive over 100.
      Might be worth the extra investment.
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    • Future father to be. Was looking into the clek liing but now thinking maybe just skip the infant seat and go directly to the foonf + infant thingy. Thoughts? How long do a normal baby use their infant car seat before they transition over to a bigger one?
      I echo the reply earlier as well. I bought a infant seat as it's easier to just clip/unclip the entire car seat when moving baby in and out of the car vs. unbuckling/buckling everytime. If you're looking at strollers, make sure your car seat is also compatible as well! The infant car seats are rated for max weight and length. Most babies end up exceeding the length limit well before the weight limit. With that being said, every kid is different so you may end up using the infant seat for longer or shorter than others depending on how quickly your kid grows.
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    • Where did you see the mammoth option for foonf sold by the bay? Is it OOS? I don’t see any mammoth option for any of the Clek model.
      Sorry, didn't realize you were talking about the Foonf. I got the Fllo in Mammoth. They must be OOS. I just browsed the page again and the Fllo Mammoth is not showing up anymore. Only the marketplace seller (not eligible for the discount code) is showing up.
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    • Future father to be. Was looking into the clek living but now think, maybe just skip the infant seat and go directly to the foonf + infant thingy. Thoughts? How long do a normal baby use their infant car seat before they transition over to a bigger one?
      I personally think bucket seat still has its value. Babies sleep so much at the beginning, bucket seat is useful so you don’t have to transfer babies in and out from convertible carseat every time you get on and off the car. Particularly useful in winter time, 1 click then you are good to go. That being said, I wouldn’t spend too much on a bucket seat as they will likely outgrow it before 1 year old. (Check height and weight limit, they vary).
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    • Thanks, OP. Grabbed one as this is an even better deal than the 20% off during Black Friday.

      As per someone earlier, make sure you're adding the ones sold by The Bay for the code to work. I bought a Mammoth and got the 25%
      Where did you see the mammoth option for foonf sold by the bay? Is it OOS? I don’t see any mammoth option for any of the Clek model.
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    • Future father to be. Was looking into the clek liing but now thinking maybe just skip the infant seat and go directly to the foonf + infant thingy. Thoughts? How long do a normal baby use their infant car seat before they transition over to a bigger one?
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    • The good:

      1. These car seats are made in London Ontario and/or Kitchener Ontario.
      2. They weigh a ton, and have a steel subframe. So they are very safe.
      3. Their head office is in Toronto near Leslie and the 401, and supposedly their customer service is top-notch.

      The bad:

      1. There have been virtually no changes to their design the last half-decade or more.
      2. I personally find them to be a PITA to install, modify, move-around etc. They are not user friendly compared to Uppababy and other plastic-first car seats.

      If you order it, you will be happy.
      If you don't order it because of the price, then move on.
      These are not in the same league as your $199 Canadian Tire/ Walmart Graco's.
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    • Clek's rigid latch system makes the seat safer than most others in the market. Rigid latch system makes sure the seat moves as little as possible in case of a crash. Clek seat is also good for ~9 yrs, whereas others are only good for ~3 yrs. Which means you will be able to sell the seat when the kid outgrows it. I was able to get 50% of the cost back when I sold it with 3 yrs of life remaining. The expiry date is printed on the seat label.
      This is just wrong. Car seats go at least from 6 years and many lasts up to 10 years.

      I like Clek too but at least use something valid for comparison.
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    • Clek's rigid latch system makes the seat safer than most others in the market. Rigid latch system makes sure the seat moves as little as possible in case of a crash. Clek seat is also good for ~9 yrs, whereas others are only good for ~3 yrs. Which means you will be able to sell the seat when the kid outgrows it. I was able to get 50% of the cost back when I sold it with 3 yrs of life remaining. The expiry date is printed on the seat label.
      This is just wrong. Car seats go at least from 6 years and many lasts up to 10 years.

      I like Clek but at least use something valid for comparison.
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