On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
gerald f. from fairfield, ca (caregiver)
Am having extreme difficulty in raising the patient back in the upright position
ease of movement and operation of the lifting mechanism
have not discovered any yet and I do not plan on any problems
Reviewed on 05/19/2017
marge m. from ft. lauderdale, fl
My husband approx. 75 years old. He can barely walk but does walk around the house. He can't pull himself up when he falls.
It did what I wanted it to do
I saw no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 05/12/2017
karol m. from lakewood, co (caregiver)
Bob is an 86 year old male with an amputated right leg and bad neuropothy in his remaining foot (no feeling) He has daily CNA help from the VA.
Size. Strength. Ease of guiding it.
Reviewed on 05/07/2017
wreatha c. from st johns, mi (caregiver)
87 years old with only 1 leg to use. He is trying to use an artificial leg. I had another lift that was way too heavy for me to use.
Everything is okay except if wheels get turned the wrong way and you have to push to straighten them out.
I'm hoping it doesn't lose its lifting ability soon. I learned you do not use it unless the bottom is spread apart as it will tip over which never happened with me.
Reviewed on 04/22/2017
sigrid l. from rome, ny (caregiver)
Disabled. Cannot walk or stand alone.
Well made, not much effort needed with manual lever, easy to move patient, simple to operate.
It doesn't cook my breakfast in the morning.
Reviewed on 01/27/2016