Question Clek olli sales?


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Do clek ollis ever go on sale? I find it a little hard to swallow $99 for a LBB. And I have never bought an inexpensive car seat!

I need a latchable LBB for +1 seat in a 2013 Odyssey that allows 3rd row access.

Mamabear to 4 now

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Do you specifically need the Olli and not the Ozzi? The Ozzi latches too, but it is a flexible latch instead of rigid latch. I don't know if that would affect it's ability to allow access to the third row.

The Ozzi is at Babies at Us and if you have something to trade in, they should be doing their trade-in event at the end of January. So you'd get 25% off and the Ozzi is $60 as opposed to $99, so it would only be $45....

But I don't know for sure whether Clek participates in the trade-in. That would be a good question for Jools.

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I got a Paul Frank Oobr for $250 on Amazon recently. I've noticed their prices fluctuate so keep it in your cart and check back every day to see if it's changed.


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I have seen it on Amazon for $79.99 every so often.

I had a hard time paying so much for an Olli but honestly it is WORTH IT! Such a great booster and SO easy to use! My 8.5 y.o. son loves his and still fits fine (he wears 8-10/Youth M on top and size 8 pants). It is SO EASY to pop in and out of the car for flexible seating (if grandma is with us we pop out the Olli and put my son in a Topside in the middle). It is also narrow and plays nicely when I do a 3 across. It fits a variety of sizes of kid - I have had probably 10 kids (ages 4-9) in it over the last year or so and only one had anything less than an excellent belt fit (shorter 4 y.o.) and it was still passable.
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I would bet that the Ozzi would allow even better 3rd row access. With the flexible latch, the booster can move out of the way a little.


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They do go on sale, just not often.
We use ours on the passenger side, second row of our Pilot. Love that you can leave it there and the seats still tilts and slides forward.

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