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james c. from bolingbrook, il
6'8" 240 lbs., 74 year old retired, male with MS.
Design is great. Instructions to put together were less then weak.
Instructions to put together were not clear or well explained.
Reviewed on 08/14/2016
bob g. from phoenix, md (caregiver)
78 yo diabetic with arthritis, partial foot amputation, uses wheelchair for most movement beyond a few steps.
Strength of steel
Very poor assembly instructions. Needs component list, needs labelling of parts, need more diagrams. The video is ok for use but not for assembly.
Reviewed on 06/15/2016
jerald r. from lakewood, co (caregiver)
I am the end used but my wife is the end usee. She is bed-fast except to lifted into a power wheelchair which I use the lift for.
The power controlling and the ease in which the sling works It does work great.
Reviewed on 04/14/2016
carl g. from norcross, ga (caregiver)
80 years old, Has MS. Power patient lift has made transferring to chair, bed and wheelchair so much safer and easer for the patient and caregiver.
Helps patient feel safer knowing he will not fall
At first, it took a while to get him in the sling, but now after a few times it is find
Reviewed on 07/31/2015
virginia s. from holmen, wi (caregiver)
27 year old spastic quad Cp patient with post-scoliosis surgery and mitochondrial disorder and osteoporosis
Ease of use, wonderful customer service
The spreader was very tight, but we were able to adjust it
Reviewed on 02/28/2015
deborah c. from summerville, sc (caregiver)
mother of quadreplegic to get her out of bed and into wheelchair and repositioning
Easy to use and keeps charge for a long time. Love this product.
Husband said directions for assembly were terrible and he is a mechanic.
Reviewed on 02/25/2014
betty l. from opelika, al
I use this lift on my husband and so does a caregiver. Patient is 84 and is not walking since developing severe infection around L-4 vertebrae
Good balance, smooth lift, easy wheel locks, easy to guide patient
The extension cord connection to the lift is too delicate. It is always coming out of lift.
Reviewed on 08/28/2013
frederick g. from east greenich, ri (caregiver)
Ms parapleic 80 years old
Battery charge wires become disconnected easily
Reviewed on 10/21/2012
lisa t. from lawrence, ks (caregiver)
76 year old woman with MS who's been unable to move herself for 20years
Very smooth movement both when pushing around and for the patient going up and down
Charging cord is very short and if your patient is tall when the arm is fully extended the patient is very close to the main support. We don't have to ever raise it that high but just thought you'd like to know
Reviewed on 01/29/2012
william f. from rock port, mo
Physical disability associated with surgery. As a bilateral bk amputee, sternum precautions following open heart surgery limit mobility.
Ease of operation.
Slings are tricky to figure out at first. Need more instruction perhaps to indicate best strap position for seated position.
Reviewed on 09/17/2011