Ori systems are UL962 approved and listed, which requires safety testing on fire, stability, materials, and other components. UL is a safety organization that sets industry-wide standards for new products – they test and approve other common household appliances. UL routinely tests these products to ensure that safety certifications are up to date.
In the case of a power outage, Ori systems automatically revert to “manual mode” and can be moved by hand. Simply push or pull the system to raise or lower the bed.
Yes, Ori systems are designed to function with added bedding and pillows. The Cloud Bed operates with a counterweight system, so additional bedding over a certain threshold may prevent it from raising. In this case, the Cloud Bed comes equipped with a separate, removable weight under the mattress – simply remove the spare weight to rebalance the bed.
No. Ori’s proprietary obstacle detection automatically stops all movement when the system feels a small amount of pressure – just the force of just two fingers! The motors used to move the furniture are smaller than you might think. Any hindrance will stall the motor, and our technology will retract.
No, the weight of a person will stall the motor, preventing the bed from moving. The Cloud Bed is designed using a counterweight system: the weight of the bed is held by a steel frame and very little force is actually required to lift and lower the bed. The mattress, bedding and pillows are light enough for the system to lift, but the bed will not function with additional weight.