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Obi Robotic Feeder | Adaptive Self Feeding Device

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$44.94 - $11,715.00
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  • Provides an independent dining experience for candidates that have conditions that impair upper extremity motor control
  • Easy to clean between uses, lightweight, and portable for use at home or to pack up and eat on the go
  • Measures 17"L x 12"W x 17"H when fully extended and 17"L x 12"W x 6"H when collapsed
  • Obi, Plate, Placemat, Large Spoon, Small Spoon, Power Charger Medium, Buddy Button Red and Buddy Button Green (included with Obi and sold separately)
  • Ideal for patients with ALS, amputation, arthritis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, neuromuscular conditions, Parkinson’s, or spinal injuries
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Obi Robotic Feeder

Obi is a breakthrough dining device for people living with physical challenges, and combines cutting-edge robotics, elegant design, intuitive controls and a friendly personality to give individuals who are fed by others the ability to take control of their meals at home and in public. The key functionality is a robotic arm that selects virtually any properly sized food from one of four compartments and delivers it to one of several thousand potential locations where the diner can eat from the spoon.

Diner & Caregiver Benefits

For diners Obi allows the option to choose the food they wish to eat, freedom to eat at their own pace, the ability to interact with others while dining, and a new-found sense of confidence, dignity, and independence. This feeder is designed to provide caregivers with a peace of mind that their patient or loved one is gaining independence, time back to their day to care for other patients or family members, and reduces stress caused by time pressure.

Optional Accessories

In addition to Obi itself, we offer a variety of accessories that improve the user’s dining experience. These accessories include the following: plate, placemat, large spoon, small spoon, medium power charger, buddy button red and buddy button green. Each of these accessories is made of the same high-quality materials as Obi, and are easy to clean between uses.

Switch Operations & Use

Obi is easy to control after initial training. This feeder aid is controlled by switches and can be operated by any part of the body that is able to activate the switch. This feature allows the feeder to become an extension of the diner, and makes eating more independent for the user.

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Brand Obi
Performance Preferred Yes
  • Provides an independent dining experience for candidates that have conditions that impair upper extremity motor control
  • Easy to clean between uses, lightweight, and portable for use at home or to pack up and eat on the go
  • Measures 17"L x 12"W x 17"H when fully extended and 17"L x 12"W x 6"H when collapsed
  • Obi, Plate, Placemat, Large Spoon, Small Spoon, Power Charger Medium, Buddy Button Red and Buddy Button Green (included with Obi and sold separately)
  • Ideal for patients with ALS, amputation, arthritis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, neuromuscular conditions, Parkinson’s, or spinal injuries
More Info