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rabon s. from denton, tx (caregiver)
Disabled woman age 75, lives at home.
Reviewed on 03/14/2017
don h. from springfield, oh
93 year old unable to walk
Ease of use
Reviewed on 11/06/2016
robert p. from johnstown, pa (caregiver)
Reviewed on 02/05/2016
andre w. from hempstead, ny
54 years old, living with ALS
The way it fits
Would be better if it was parachute material
Reviewed on 08/23/2015
betty b. from plano, tx
My husband has had Parkinson's Disease for 17 years and became bed-bound after an upper respiratory infection.
It's a quality product; sturdy and dries thoroughly overnight hanging it over the grab bar in the shower.
I don't know if I'd call this a weakness, but due to being bed-bound, my husband's skin is fragile. The mesh pattern left some markings on his lower back area the first time we used it. The second time, we lined the sling with a piece of sheet with a cutout and there were no markings.
Reviewed on 08/10/2015
milagros p. from eugene, or (caregiver)
He is bedridden and needs to be lifted from bed to wheelchair and vise versa. This is the third sling used on him and he likes it better than the othe
It is a net fabric with lots of strong bindings and belt loops.
Don't know how long the net fabric lasts before strethcing. So far, so good.
Reviewed on 07/24/2015
john r. from fairfax, va (caregiver)
74 year old large person completely immobile.
Easy to hook to the lift. Patient felt safe to be moved.
Reviewed on 07/19/2015
james n. from altamont, il (caregiver)
My 90 year old wife
Reviewed on 02/23/2015
barry m. from hagerstown, md (caregiver)
Late stages of MS.
After a few times in the washing machine, this sling softens up nicely. After only a few uses, learning how to use the sling was simple. This this sling is also very forgiving if you don't quite get it centered, the transfer goes very smoothly.
1. Very stiff out of the package, highly suggest running it through the washing machine several times before using. 2. The back of the sling (I bought a medium for someone who weighs 140 lb) is a little long. It tends to catch on the handles of the wheels chair when removing the patient, which can be a little dicey.
Reviewed on 01/11/2015
eston r. from new palestine, in (caregiver)
wife, 69yrs of age, m.s. patient
potty opening uncomfortable to lay on for extended period of time.
Reviewed on 11/24/2014