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francis g. from sun lakes, az (caregiver)
My wife is disabled and has fallen a number of times. Because we are both seniors I no longer have the strength to pick her up. That is why I bought
Hydraulic system gives me the strength to do the job.
I would have liked a custom quality cover to protect for outdoor storage.
Reviewed on 01/07/2017
jorge f. from yorba linda, ca
The user is the husband of the patient and is assisting the caregiver in moving the patient who is being cared at home.
Robust materials (steel) and well made (very good quality), easy to assemble.
The lever to open and close the base is hard to operate. Assembly brochure should be model specific and not to include other models to avoid confusion during assembly.
Reviewed on 11/05/2016
jerry b. from hartwell, ga (caregiver)
Only used once to pick up person who had fallen and couldn't get up.
Can pick patient up from floor
Used it once - no problems
Reviewed on 11/04/2016
anthony m. from willis, tx (caregiver)
Our son is handicapped with CP and is unable to walk or even sit up. He only weighs about 100 lbs. but is not able to assist when being lifted.
It is well made and very easy to use
Reviewed on 09/06/2016
allen a. from new winter, md (caregiver)
Reviewed on 08/13/2016
margaret r. from shrub oak, ny (caregiver)
A 19 year old man with a medical dx of Cerebral palsy. He is non ambulatory and has a right LE AK amputation
Ease of lifting and lowering sling.
Difficult to open and close legs.
Reviewed on 08/10/2016
lee f. from apple valley, ca (caregiver)
Reviewed on 08/02/2016
bonnie t. from owego, ny (caregiver)
The student is 5-1/2 years old and quadraplegic. The lift will be used to assist the student in daily activities, including toileting assistance.
The lift can be used for this student and others for several years.
Reviewed on 06/01/2016
john g. from wooster, oh (caregiver)
68 yrs. old, arthritis, & post car accident
Being a welder myself it is well made
Claims you can put in a car to take with you. I think that is a little hard to believe.
Reviewed on 03/17/2016
rick v. from alta loma, ca (caregiver)
My wife is 67. I blew out my rototary cuff tendon in my left arm so I could not get her off the floor when she would fall.
Reviewed on 03/05/2016