What are the differences between Foonf and Fllo? July 08, 2020 14:49 Updated Foonf features Rigid LATCH (UAS) connectors for forward-facing installations Fllo uses the same flexible LATCH (UAS) belt for both rear and forward-facing installations Foonf's REACT energy management system is designed to work best with a Rigid LATCH (UAS) installation Fllo's EACT energy management system is designed to work best with a belt installation (vehicle belt or LATCH belt) Foonf has three different recline positions which the seat can be adjusted into Forward-facing: Positions 1 or 2 Rear-facing: Positions 2 or 3 Fllo's angle may be adjusted by repositioning it on your vehicle seat Foonf uses an angled Rear-Facing Base which attaches to the bottom of the seat to help provide an appropriate rear-facing angle Fllo features a built-in Recline Foot which swivels out into position to help provide an appropriate rear-facing angle Fllo is approx. 10 lb lighter and sits a bit lower on your vehicle seat You can view more here: https://clekinc.com/what-are-the-differences-between-foonf-and-fllo/ Related articles What are the differences between Oobr, Olli, and Ozzi? Does the merino wool fabric feature any protection against stains or moisture? What do I do if my car seat obstructs my rear visibility? What are the differences between Liing and Liingo? What crash testing does Fllo undergo? Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.