Child Passenger Safety Technicians are often faced with some difficult scenarios. CPSTs can traverse the challenging territory of fitting three car seats across bench seat, selecting a seat for a tiny car with tall children, or the puzzle of a jam-packed minivan where only certain seats can be used in certain positions. In the end, with some elbow grease and quite a bit of manual consulting, the CPST emerges victorious, congratulating himself on a job well done.
One of our more daunting tasks is figuring out how to carry around all the STUFF that comes with the job. A few weeks ago, we shared some baseline suggestions for what tools to keep in your CPST Kit. All that stuff can take up a bit of real estate in your truck, and isn’t very useful if it’s been buried hither and yon beneath soccer cleats, extra snacks, a first aid kit, and goodness knows what else.
Enter the Clek Weelee.
While specifically intended to transport the Clek Foonf and Oobr car seats, the Weelee also makes a killer tech bag. It arrives neatly collapsed, making one wonder exactly how much stuff will really fit inside.
Fully expanded, the Weelee is magic. It can house a Clek Foonf and a Clek Oobr without issue. Those are not small seats, so you can imagine the possibilities. Manuals, pool noodles, Huggable Images Safety Training Dolls… if you need it for car seating, it probably fits in the Weelee.
When you are exhausted from all those presentations and seat checks and need a vacation, the Weelee is there for you too. Pack up your seats for easy transport to the gate, then the simply fold the Weelee up nicely to stow in the overhead bin while you install the seats on the plane (what, you thought this was a real vacation, without kids? Let us know how we can get one of those!)
Whether your CPST job has you jet setting across the globe or your home town; the team at CSFTL and the team at Clek thank you for all you do. In celebration of CPS Month, Clek is giving away a Weelee to one US or Canadian CPST or CRST so you can schlep all your gear in style. You must be a currently certified US or Canadian technician to enter.