The most defining feature of the Ogo is the patented dynamic seat steering control system.
With its amazing functionality, intuitiveness and benefits described above, your body becomes the joystick. Your eyes become the will to motivate it.
Another great feature is the seat pan, the seat position options and the back rest. “They’re perfect, leave them as they are” says one leading seating specialist.
At least 90% of the hundreds of trialists from around the world have remarked at how comfortable the seat is. They say it is more comfortable than the one they had customised for themselves, or presently use. They are not experiencing the pressure points because their weight is on the outer thigh bone and they are constantly moving their weight to operate the seat.
However we do know that the right seat is critical for comfort and function. Some folks are taller, some shorter, some heavier and lighter. Folks will want to try it out for themselves - that’s understandable, and some will want it adjusted. So, we are asking for your weight and height (this will give us a lead on the leg measurements) in the Order Form.
Here’s a bit about the seat for when considering height and weight...
For the first production run the Ogo is available in five colour options- Green, Blue, Orange, Purple and Black. After our first run, the Ogo will be colour customisable.
The Ogo will travel up to 20 kph /12 mph.
But some countries or local municipalities do have restrictions. It is the user’s responsibility to check and adhere to the regulations of the jurisdiction in which they are operating the Ogo.
Whilst the Ogo has the best safety and redundancy features of any self balancing device, users will need to be competent using the Ogo before going into public areas (at least 60 minutes practice recommended).
We recommend users wear safety helmets and any other protection they consider appropriate.
Users should always use the Ogo responsibly, within their competency and always be mindful of the safety of others. For example, to travel at pedestrian pace when among pedestrians.
Ogo has in built safety features that will shut it down. For example Ogo will come to a stop if it comes up against a high kerb or obstruction that it is unable to traverse -meaning that it is very unlikely to tip backwards.
We do not accept responsibility for users safety if the Ogo is used irresponsibly or for anything other than it’s purpose.
The Ogo Evolution I can only be started with a remote control. The Ogo switches off automatically if the operator “falls out”. As long as you have the "InfoKey" controller with you, NO ONE can get on your OGO and drive away with it! If anyone tries to move it an alarm will go off.