Frequently Asked Questions
How much warning do you have before the battery dies?
The remaining battery power is shown on the InfoKey controller with a series of bars. The Omeo will warn you, alarm you and shake; when the battery is close to needing a charge. It also has several built-in safety features.
Can I transport the Omeo in a car?
The Omeo can be easily transported in a small hatchback, van or SUV. Perhaps one, but normally two able-bodied people can either lift it manually into the back of the vehicle, or it can be driven or pushed easily up a ramp.
What can I use an Omeo for?
Omeo is a personal mobility device that has many uses. It can be used as an additional wheelchair, a piece of sports and recreational equipment, a general means of personal mobility for those who find it difficult or prefer not to walk.
Is this a medical device?
No, the Omeo is classified as a personal mobility device.
Will it go through household doorways?
The Omeo will go through standard household doorways, which are typically 28-30 inches, or 710-760 mm.
The “All-Terrain” wheels (that come in the Off-Road Kit) will likely not fit through standard household doors.
Will NDIS cover an Omeo?
Omeo Technology is an NDIS registered provider in Australia and there are many Omeo users that have had success in getting their Omeo covered. Contact us and your local Australian agent will help you through the process.