Indiegogo Campaign Launches for Revolutionary Compact Stroller

A forward thinking company has reimagined the conventions of traditional strollers and launched an innovative new product that offers parents the ultimate in child transportation convenience. Developed by Innovation Makers LLC, OmniO Rider is a transformative stroller that can be converted from a buggy to a backpack form in just seconds. To bring the product to US shores the company has just launched an Indiegogo campaign, calling on the public to help fast-track OmniO Rider to the American market.

Markus Warwick, parent and CEO of Innovation Makers LLC said, “We’ve got a revolutionary product on our hands here and all we need now is the support of the public and fellow parents on the search for a superlative stroller solution. This buggy has the power to change the lifestyles of families across the USA and make transporting kids from A to B as easy as it should be.”  

Safe, convenient and portable, OmniO Rider represents a new breed of buggy. Design engineers have incorporated a myriad of innovative features which ensure that the stroller fits seamlessly into the life of any modern family. The compacted stroller also fits well within standard IATA cabin baggage sizes, which makes it perfect for families travelling by plane, train, subway or bus.

At its core, the OmniO Rider is designed to offer parents a safe and easy way of transporting children aged between six months to 48 pounds max. When the stroller is not in use, it can be collapsed into a rectangular shaped backpack measuring just 20 x 16 x 8 inches. A fully adjustable, padded shoulder harness offers parents comfort and support while keeping their hands free to look after little ones. Developers have even addressed the issue of dirty wheels and a deluxe carry bag prevents trundles from coming into contact with clothing and interiors.

Weighing in at just over 13 pounds, OmniO Rider is one of the lightest buggies on the market. The use of robust materials makes it capable of carrying up to 48 pounds as well as enduring the wear and tear of everyday use. A unique omni-wheel steering system means parents can swap control between the front and rear axles for a more maneuverable handling experience. Armed with ‘multi-terrain’ puncture-proof wheels, the OmniO Rider effortlessly glides over smooth, rough and uneven surfaces with ease. A generous sun hood and rain cover also ensures that the OmniO Rider can adapt to any environment.

“As parents my partner and I found ourselves continually facing the dilemma of whether or not to pack our bulky stroller. This came up on a day-to-day basis, whether it was picking the kids up from kindergarten, heading to the mall or embarking on a family vacation. We scoured the market for something lightweight, portable and compact and found that nothing of the kind existed. So we took it into our own hands to innovate a stroller that met all the needs of contemporary parents like us. The result is OmniO Rider and we couldn’t be more thrilled with the finished product,” adds Markus.

To find out more about OmniO Rider and sign up for all the latest news and updates, visit the website at: http://www.omnioworld.com/ or Indiegogo

http://igg.me/at/OmnioRiderStroller

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Omnioworldusa/1571544303083923

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OmniOworldUS

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Contact: Jade Cayton

Email: Jade@brandrefinery.net

Tel UK: 01623 428996

Tel US: 917-720-3025

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Developed by Innovation Makers LLC, OmniO Rider is a next generation stroller that offers parents the ultimate in convenience, portability and safety. Using an intelligent foldaway design the stroller can be transformed from a buggy to a backpack form in just seconds. This makes it ideal for active families that lead a busy lifestyle. To launch the product to the US market Innovation Makers LLC has launched an Indiegogo campaign offering pledgers a range of rewards in exchange for financial support. 

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