NO. The tops of the child’s ears MUST be below the top of the vehicle’s seat back or headrest in the highest adjustment position. If the tops of the child’s ears are above the top of the vehicle seat back or headrest in the highest adjustment position, your child is too large to use the Oobr booster seat in backless mode.
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- How do I find my Oobr's date of manufacture and serial number?
- Can I use the Drink-thingy for Oobr with any brand of car seat?
- How do I check that my child is properly positioned in the Oobr?
- Why does my Oobr's labels state different minimum weight requirement than your website?
- How do I clean and care for my Oobr booster seat?
- Can I use Oobr 's recline feature without using the lower LATCH (UAS) anchors?
- How do I properly repackage the Oobr?
- Is it safe for my child to pull the shoulder belt behind their back while in their Oobr booster seat?
- Is it safe to continue using my Oobr booster seat if my child’s head is higher than the Oobr's headrest?
- Is my Oobr booster seat still safe to use in backless mode if my child’s ears are above the vehicle headrest?