On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
james l. from port st lucie, fl (caregiver)
75 years old, hemiparesis right side, weak left leg, two person transfer without lift.
The help from the SpinLife salesman who correctly advised us on the proper sling to use for the patient.
FedEx farmed out delivery to another company. This driver ran out of gas, could not deliver on day promised, and no one called us to advise of the problem.
Reviewed on 01/22/2015
william d. from sarasota, fl (caregiver)
Reviewed on 07/06/2014
william p. from cheboygan, mi (caregiver)
The patient is 83. Had a broken head of the rt.femur and pelvis. Slight stroke. After 10 weeks of therapy still unable to walk.
Able to move him to the chair, etc.
Have trouble with the carpet. Perhaps larger wheels would help .
Reviewed on 01/18/2014
aimee b. from elko, nv (caregiver)
This product is for my father who is unable to walk and has really weak legs that challenges his capabilty to stand by himself.
The stand up lift is compacted and easy to use.
The sling slips slowly and doesn't support consistenly. The price for the product is higher than average, the patient has not a specific area where he can grab to feel secure.
Reviewed on 09/06/2012
susan g. from troy, oh (caregiver)
My 88 yr. old father who is wheelchair-bound from a stroke since 2003.
Easy to use and the transport sling works well for us.
The standing sling doesn't stay in place at the waist no matter how tightly it's pulled in. (It rides up his trunk to his underarms and is uncomfortable.)
Reviewed on 06/01/2012
sarah b. from bunham, tx (caregiver)
My 84 yr. old mom had a stroke and has difficulty transferring from bed to toilet to wheelchair.
Easy to use
The foot plate does not fit between the front wheels of an electric wheelchair. Therefore, it is not possible to roll the lift close enough to the patient.
Reviewed on 06/24/2011
lesley g. from collegeville, pa
Ease of use
Reviewed on 05/15/2011
marcia e. from santa paula, ca (caregiver)
Age 73, male with muscle wasting of muscular dystrophy
Ease of use, safety.
Reviewed on 12/22/2010
mary s. from lexington, ma
73 yrs old, ALS, limited use of arms and legs
simplicity, easy to use
Manual doesn't state which loop to use:"loop nearest to patient". That would always be the blue one. Casters too small for easy movement. Black tape on lifting arm gets torn by blue loops.
Reviewed on 06/13/2010
john i. from bow, nh
Lift is used to transfer patient between bed,commode, & wheelchair
Safe, reliable means of transfering patients by one operator.
Small diameter and tread width casters require excessive force to transport patient on carpeted flooring.
Reviewed on 09/12/2009