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Congratulations on your new Origami !
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Here are some helpful hints to get you started.
INSTALL SEAT RING
Affix seat ring to stroller frame at handle bar and power pod
by sliding pin through holes until it clicks. Buckle the seat
restraint strap around the Central Bar.
POWER FOLD
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Turn the silver ring counterclockwise until it stops. Let go and
press the orange button. Make sure your silver activation ring
is unlocked.
To attach the Storage Bag,
snap the bag's straps into
place on the Central Bar.
CHARGE
If needed, use outlet on
underside of power pod to
plug stroller into the wall. Only
use provided charging cable.
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STORAGE BAG
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1:
Safety Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Chapter 2:
Seat Ring Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Chapter 3:
Battery Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Chapter 4:
Parts Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Chapter 5:
Installing the Handlebars . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Chapter 6:
Installing the Seat Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chapter 7:
Using Your Origami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Chapter 8:
Securing Your Baby. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Chapter 9:
The LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Chapter 10:
Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Chapter 11:
Using the Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Chapter 12:
Seat Recline and Storage Bag . . . . . . . .18
Chapter 13:
Folding the Stroller Manually. . . . . . . . . . 20
Chapter 14:
Charging the Battery Manually . . . . . . . 22
Chapter 15:
Maintaining Your Origami . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Chapter 16:
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Chapter 17:
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Chapter 18:
Registration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Chapter 19:
Compliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Chapter 1: Important Safety Instructions
Please read these instructions carefully before
use and keep them for future reference. For your
child’s safety, please make sure anyone else using
the Origami Stroller reads and understands these
instructions before using it as well.
Immediately discontinue use of the stroller should it
become damaged or broken.
Using a stroller with your child presents inherent
safety risks. However, these risks can be minimized
with proper use. Please read this manual carefully
before using the stroller, as well as the manuals
for any Origami accessories you may be using,
and follow all safety instructions to avoid injury to
yourself or your child.
WARNING Use only 4moms® approved
accessories specifically designed to work with the
model number of your base. Use of unapproved
accessories may cause injury or damage your
stroller.
ALWAYS
use the Origami Seat Ring or
other 4moms® approved seating accessory. Read
all instructions included with 4moms® accessories
before use.
WARNING: NEVER leave your
child unattended. It may be dangerous to leave
your child unattended.
Before every use of the Origami, make sure the
stroller is fully open and securely latched.
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Chapter 1: Important Safety Instructions
Always stay in control of the Origami’s movement.
Any wheeled vehicle can roll unpredictably, so
always stay within arm’s reach of the stroller. Keep
the stroller balanced: do not hang heavy objects
off the Handlebar, or allow children to play with
or hang off the Handlebar. Never allow a child to
push the Origami. Use the brake every time you
stop to prevent unexpected movement, especially
on inclines and when your child is getting into or
out of the stroller.
WARNING Any load attached to the
handle affects the stability of the stroller. Make sure
the Origami is stable and still when your child is
getting in or out. Always assist your child when he is
getting in or out, and hold on to the stroller to make
sure it doesn’t tip. Always use the brake when
stopped.
Be aware of the environment in which you are
using the Origami. Do not stroll over obstacles in
your path, and be especially careful on uneven,
slippery, or unstable terrain, as this may increase
the stroller’s likelihood of tipping. Make sure your
child’s arms and legs are inside the stroller before
moving, as obstructions striking the stroller could
cause injury.
Be careful when using the Origami on a steep
incline, as this increases the stroller’s likelihood of
tipping or rolling away from you. Never use the
Origami on stairs or escalators, or in any other
environment where you could suddenly lose control
of the stroller and cause injury to yourself or others.
the storage bag.
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Chapter 1: Important Safety Instructions
WARNING Use this stroller only for
walking. The Origami is not designed for jogging,
running, roller skating, or any motion other than an
adult’s walking pace. Do not let a child push the
Origami.
WARNING Ensure that the stroller
latches are engaged before use.
Always use your best judgment when using the
Origami. Do not use it in any situation in which
you suspect doing so could cause harm to your
child, yourself, or anyone around you. Stop using
the Origami immediately if you suspect any part
is damaged or not working correctly, or if the LCD
presents an “error” message, and contact 4moms
Customer Service for assistance.
AVOID STRANGULATION.
DO NOT place items with a string around
your child’s neck, suspend strings from this product,
or attach strings to toys.
TO AVOID BURNS, never put hot
liquids in the parent’s or child’s cup holders.
WARNING Do not store more than 10
pounds of material in the storage bag. The storage
bag is not a seating device. Never allow a child to
sit or lay in the storage bag. Do not store more than
1 pound in any of the 4 cupholders or more than 5
pounds in the seat back pockets. Excess weight
in any of these areas may create a hazardous,
unstable condition.
TO AVOID FINGER
ENTRAPMENT Use care when folding
and unfolding the stroller.
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Chapter 2: Seat Ring Safety Instructions
WARNING
Avoid serious injury from
falling or sliding out. Always use restraints and
adjust belts to get a snug fit around your child.
WARNING
This seat unit is not
suitable for children under 6 months.
The Origami seat ring is designed for a single child.
Do not use for more than one child.
When using the seat ring,
NEVER PLACE
child in the stroller
upside down or backwards. Child should
always be sitting up and facing forward.
WARNING
Always use the crotch
strap in combination with the waist belt.
WARNING
Before your first use of
the Origami Stroller, make sure the Seat Ring
is properly attached to the Origami Base.
The seat ring should only be assembled by
an adult. Before each use, make sure the
seat lock pins are properly secured.
When using the seat ring, make sure your child is
securely fastened with the Safety Harness every time
you use the stroller. The seat ring is for children at
least 6 months old or able to sit up on their own. The
seat ring’s weight limit is 40 lbs (18 kgs). Do not use
the seat ring with a child who weighs over 40 lbs.
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Chapter 3: Battery Warnings
The Origami contains a Lithium Polymer battery
pack. Use only battery pack 4M-106-11-000101 or
a 4moms® approved equivalent. NEVER use
non-rechargeable batteries in the Origami.
Failure to follow instructions or use of non-approved
batteries could cause permanent damage to the
battery and its surroundings, and cause bodily harm.
• NEVER use anything EXCEPT a 4moms®
approved power supply to charge the
Origami Stroller.
• NEVER trickle charge, or allow to discharge
below 2.5V per cell.
• NEVER allow metal objects to contact battery
terminals.
• NEVER allow the battery temperature to
exceed 140°F (60°C)
• NEVER disassemble or modify pack wiring in
any way or puncture cells.
• NEVER place on combustible materials or
leave unattended during charge.
• Remove and replace battery pack when
product is stored for long periods of time or
when batteries are no longer functioning
properly.
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Warnings
• ALWAYS keep battery pack out of reach of
children.
• ALWAYS dispose of in accordance with local
laws.
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Chapter 4: Parts Guide
LCD
Handlebar
Power Button
Outer Ring
Sunshade
Peek-A-Boo
Window
Brake
Upper
Attachment
Hub
Seat Recline Strap
(see page #18)
Storage Bag Loops
Central Bar
Power
Pod
Charger
(see page #22)
Manual Folding Latch
(see page # 21)
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Chapter 4: Parts Guide (Seat Ring)
Upper Attachment Socket
Safety Harness
Cup holders
Telescoping Frame
Crotch Restraint
Seat
Release
Button
Lower
Attachment
Hub
Pin
Storage Bag
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Chapter 5: Installing the handlebars
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Chapter 6: Installing the Seat Ring
Adult Assembly Required
This section deals only with the installation of your
included seat ring. The included seat ring is not
suitable for children under 6 months of age. If
installing an alternate 4moms® approved seating
accessory, please see the instructions that came
with the accessory.
Step 1: Unfold the base as described on page 14.
Step 2: Take the seat ring by its upper and lower
ends and pull gently until the Telescoping Frame is
fully extended. Fit the Upper Attachment Socket
of the seat ring over the Upper Attachment Hub of
the base, and push to pin into place until it clicks.
Do the same on the lower end. Buckle the seat
restraint strap around the Central Bar (as shown on
page 13).
To detach the seat ring, depress the Release Button
on each of the seat’s Attachment Sockets, and pull
each pin out as far as it will go.
Note: The seat ring can also be attached to and
detached from the Origami base when both the
base and the seat ring are closed, but it’s harder to
do, so we recommend attaching and detaching
when both pieces are fully open.
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Chapter 7: Using Your Origami
How to Power Fold and Unfold
To fold or unfold the Origami, turn the Outer Ring of
the Activation Dial counterclockwise until it won’t
go any further, then release it. The dial will light up
for 5 seconds. While this button is lit, press the Power
Button and the stroller will fold or unfold.
If you press the Power Button while the dial isn’t lit,
nothing will happen. The two-step process prevents
someone from folding the stroller unintentionally.
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There is a lock switch located at the base of the
Activation Dial (shown below). Slide the switch up
to lock the dial and down to unlock it.
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Chapter 8: Securing Your Child in Seat Ring
This section deals only with the installation of your
included seat ring. The included seat ring is not
suitable for children under 6 months of age. If
installing an alternate 4moms® approve seating
accessory, please see the instructions that came
with the accessory.
Place your child in the Origami. Position the crotch
restraint between your child’s legs.
Buckle both shoulder straps into the buckle on the
lower strap.
Check to be sure the Safety Harness is securely
fastened by pulling it away from your child. The
Safety Harness should remain attached.
To tighten the straps: Feed the anchored end of the
strap up through the buckle to form a loop. Pull the
free end of the restraint.
To loosen the straps: Feed the free end of the
restraint up through the buckle to form a loop.
Enlarge the loop by pulling on the end of the loop
toward the buckle. Pull the anchored end of the
restraint to shorten the free end of the belt.
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Chapter 9: The LCD
Battery life indicator
Gender Bow
Temperature
trip
Trip odometer
Lifetime odometer
Child indicator
Speed
Central bar latches are engaged
and stroller is safe to use
Latches are not engaged;
stroller is not safe to use
error
Something is wrong; stroller is
not safe to use. Discontinue use
and contact Customer Service
The LCD is backlit at night. To dim the backlight, see Chapter 10.
The trip odometer resets to zero every time you close the
stroller, but the lifetime odometer remembers all distance
traveled. If on your first trip, you travel .5 miles and then close
the stroller, both odometers will show 0 when you open the
stroller again. If you then travel another .5 miles, the lifetime
odometer will show 0001 miles.
Changing Gender Bow and Units
Turn and hold the Activation Dial until light turns off, then
release. Turn and release the dial to toggle between bow/
no bow, and press the button to select. Then use the dial to
toggle between standard/metric units, and press the button
to select.
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Chapter 10: Lights
The Daytime Running Lights on the stroller’s legs will
come on when the stroller is opened, and will turn
off again after 3 minutes of no movement. After
10 seconds of movement, they will come back on.
They will turn off when the stroller is closed.
The Pathway Lights on the Power Pod are
triggered by a light sensor near the LCD. When
the environment around the stroller gets dark, the
Pathway Lights come on automatically, and turn
off automatically when the environment lightens.
To adjust the running lights and LCD backlight,
press the orange Power button to switch from full
brightness to low brightness to off.
Chapter 11: Using the Brakes
To lock the brakes, push down on the Brake until
you hear a click. This will lock both wheels. To
unlock the brakes, push down on the Brake again.
It will click and unlock both wheels. (It’s like clicking
a ballpoint pen.)
WARNING: Always use brakes when parking the
stroller. Brakes should only be engaged when the
stroller is stopped. Never rely solely on the brakes
when stroller is on an incline.
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Chapter 12: Seat Recline and Storage Bag
To recline the Origami’s seat to its fullest extent,
loosen the Seat Recline Strap and push the seat
towards the Central Bar. To put the seat in a
position between fully reclined and fully upright,
leave the Seat Recline Strap buckled and adjust
the length of the strap.
To tighten the strap: Feed the anchored end of the
strap up through the buckle to form a loop. Pull the
free end of the restraint.
To loosen the strap: Feed the free end of the
restraint up through the buckle to form a loop. Pull
the anchored end of the restraint.
WARNING TO PREVENT A HAZARDOUS,
UNSTABLE CONDITION, never place purses,
shopping bags, parcels or unapproved accessory
items on the handle or sunshade.
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Attaching Storage Bag
To attach the Storage Bag, snap the bag's straps
into place on the Central Bar (as shown below).
The Origami will fold with the Storage Bag
attached, even if the Storage Bag has items inside
it. We recommend you remove fragile or glass
items, or large, bulky items from the Bag before
folding the Stroller.
CAUTION:
Do not store more than 10
pounds of material in the storage bag.
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Chapter 13: Folding the Stroller Manually
4moms® strongly recommends opening and
closing the stroller using the power folding system.
However if the battery doesn’t have sufficient
power or you experience some other unforeseen
issue, the stroller can be opened and closed
manually. If you experience any issue other than
the battery not being sufficiently charged, please
contact Customer Service as soon as possible.
Before opening or closing the stroller manually, you
must first put it into Manual Mode.
Locate the Manual Override Switch on the top of
the Power Pod (Picture). Insert a large coin into the
slot and turn it 90 degrees clockwise. This will put
the stroller in manual mode and turn off electrical
power to the stroller.
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To Open or Close the Origami Manually
Once the stroller is in Manual Mode, push the
Manual Folding Latch release button and lift the
Latch lever. Open or close the stroller by sliding the
Central Bar a few inches, release the Latch and
slide the Central Bar until it clicks.
To return to Power Mode, turn the coin
counterclockwise and remove.
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Chapter 14: Charging the Battery Manually
The Origami is equipped with an on-board
generator to charge its battery whenever you
are pushing the stroller. The battery life of a fully
charged Origami is 100 open-and-close cycles, or
several months in a static position.
If you wish to charge the battery manually, plug
the small end of the Charger into the outlet on the
bottom of the Power Pod, then insert the plug end
of the Charger into a wall outlet.
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Chapter 15: Maintaining Your Origami
Wheels and Power Pod
The Origami is designed to handle many types of
ground and rough terrain. However, to keep the
stroller in peak condition, keep the wheel bearings
free of sand and abrasive grit, and wipe water off the
Power Pod after use. Do not submerge any part the
stroller or use running water to clean it.
Battery
Extremely low temperatures can decrease the
battery life of the Origami, or prevent the battery
from working at all. We recommend you not store
the Origami below freezing temperatures, or use it in
temperatures of less than zero degrees.
Frame
To clean the plastic parts or aluminum parts of the
Origami, wipe with a solution of mild soap and water.
Do not use bleach. Keep the Handlebar, Central Bar,
and seat ring frame free of sand and abrasive grit.
Avoid getting oil or lubricants on the plastic parts, as
this can chemically degrade the plastic.
Storage Bag and Seat Insert
The Storage Bag and Seat Insert are machine
washable.
To remove the Seat Insert, unbuckle the Safety
Harness. Unbuckle the shoulder straps from the back
of the Origami seat, and slide them out of the seat
insert. Undo the snap inside the crotch restraint sleeve
and slide that buckle out of the seat insert, then
remove the insert.
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Chapter 16: Troubleshooting
Issue
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Action
The LCD is off.
The stroller will automatically go into
power-saving mode after a few
minutes sitting still. Push it forward
or turn the Activation Dial slightly to
wake it up.
-The stroller’s power will be
completely off when in Manual
Mode. See Chapter 13 for instructions
to return it to Power Mode.
-If the battery is very low, the stroller
will turn off, but will turn on when
pushed. Please charge the battery
using the included AC adaptor.
I turned the Activation
Dial and pushed the
Power button, but the
Origami didn’t open
or close.
-On rare occasions, you may simply
need to turn the dial and press the
button twice. If that doesn’t work:
-Put the stroller into Manual Mode,
then back to Power Mode (see
Chap. 13) to reset the system.
-If this problem continues, please
contact customer service.
My LCD says “ERROR”
on it.
Discontinue use and contact
customer service. There will be some
numbers in the trip and lifetime
odometers - please have these
available when calling.
Can I turn the stroller
completely off?
Putting the stroller in Manual Mode
will turn off all power to the system.
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Chapter 16: Troubleshooting
Issue
Action
The stroller looks
open, but the
unlocked icon
is showing.
The stroller is not fully latched. Please
close and open it again.
If this problem continues, discontinue
use and contact customer service.
When I tried to close
(or open) the stroller, it
stopped and backed
up a little.
For safety, the Origami will stop
folding automatically when it
encounters an obstruction. Remove
any obstructions to the stroller’s
opening or closing and try again.
If this problem continues, discontinue
use and contact customer service.
When I’m walking, I
don’t see the battery
icon cycling.
Please contact customer service.
I’m trying to switch the
stroller into Manual
Mode and I can’t turn
the switch.
Make sure you’re turning the switch
clockwise. You may need to lift the
Manual Release Latch or push up
slightly on the Central Bar in order
to engage the manual release. If
this problem continues, contact
customer service.
The LCD says Manual,
but I’ve turned it back
to Power Mode. What
do I do?
If the LCD is turned on, you’ve turned
the stroller back into automatic
mode, when you open and close
the stroller, it will clear from manual
mode. If this continues to occur,
please discontinue use of the stroller
and contact customer service.
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Chapter 17: Warranty
4moms, LLC warrants to the original purchaser of
every new 4moms Origami® that the unit will be free
from defects in material and workmanship, under
normal and proper use as specified by 4moms, LLC
and upon proper usage in accordance with the
instruction manual supplied with each Origami® unit.
4moms, LLC obligation under this warranty is limited to
a period of twenty-four (24) months from the date of
purchase. If the unit is determined by 4moms, LLC to
have been defective within twenty-four (24) months
of purchase, it is limited to the repair or replacement
of the unit, including labor charges, or defective parts
or assemblies. The warranty shall include standard
labor charges and applicable parts as determined
by 4moms. 4moms, LLC assumes no liability for parts
or labor coverage for component failure or other
damage to the unit resulting from improper usage or
failure to clean and/or maintain product as set forth
in the warranty provided with the unit. Removal or
modification of any part of the unit not listed in this
manual (or delineated in the manual of a 4moms®
approved accessory) shall render this warranty null
and void.
Chapter 18: Registration
While 4moms, LLC does extensive testing above
and beyond that required by law, if through some
unforeseen circumstance we need to issue a recall,
we ask that you please register your Origami®.
We have 2 easy ways to register: either fill out the
enclosed registration card or register online at
www.4moms.com.
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Chapter 19: Compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by Thorley Industries, LLC d/b/a 4moms could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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