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The Right Recline
The Liing offers up to 7 recline positions and a trusty bubble indicator to let you know exactly where your baby needs to be to ensure the safest angle.
smarter design features
designed to increase stability and significantly reduces the risk of injury in the event of a collision
two-piece energy-absorbing shell lined with EPP foam to protect the head and body
Newborn Body Support System
two-stage insert system provides proper head support and a snug seating position for newborns
easy to install in any rear seat position with or without Rigid-LATCH
1+2 Year Warranty
Recyclable through Clek
Assembled in Canada
frequently asked questions
The Liing is suitable from newborn up to 32in in height, and from 4-25lbs in weight.
Yes. Designed with a European belt path, the Liing can be securely installed in a vehicle without the base. The Liing is also aircraft approved.
- Liing infant car seat
- base with built in metal load leg
- owner's manual
- warranty registration card
9lbs (newborn insert removed)
Car seats in Canada are required to meet the most stringent automotive fire-safety standards.
As part of Clek's ongoing commitment to continuously improve its environmental profile, they source materials that use non-halogenated flame retardants or, where possible, alternative materials that don't use any known flame retardants, while still complying with fire-safety standards.
Chemical testing is conducted by accredited third party labs on major components and results show that:
The fabrics used on the railroad model, along with the foam laminated to the backside of the fabric - are free of any added known flame retardants, while still meeting the federally-required automotive fire-safety standards.
The other major components (foam, harnesses, plastics) tested are free of any added known flame retardants, while still meeting the federally-required automotive fire-safety standards.
The chemical screening is based on known flame retardant chemical compounds, as well as general screening for halogens, phosphorous and other chemicals used in flame retardants, like antimony. The results show that none are detected in concentrations that would indicate the use of such flame retardants.