Bestcare Lifts Genesis 400 Hydraulic
john j r. from monongahela, pa (caregiver)
My wife has suffered with MS for 36 years.The last 2 yrs she can't walk or stand at all.I can no longer lift her from the floor or into bed.
Rolls under furniture. Simple assembly. Well built.
Reviewed on 09/20/2016
Every thing is fine but I still have a problem getting the cloth holder around my wife.
stuart g. from jamul, ca (caregiver)
My wife is about 90 pounds and cannot sit up nor walk. Once in a while she slips from a chair and is lying on the floor.
Reviewed on 07/07/2016
kevin b. from monte vista, co
Strong framework very well balanced
Slow rise of the hydraulic cylinder, would be better if it had a dual-action cylinder on it.
Reviewed on 07/03/2016
lawrence d. from lyndon station, wi (caregiver)
Senior, muscular dystrophy
Reviewed on 05/08/2016
Compact enough to into the van, side by side with daughter. Do not have to break it down to transport.
marcia c. from napa, ca (caregiver)
Daughter has Cerebral Palsy, is non- ambulatory and cannot transfer.
Easy to handle and for the most part I could put it together by my self. Did need help getting the hydraulic in place and the pins were hard to get off and on.
Pins were not easy. should be better and easier to use
Reviewed on 05/07/2016
walter h. from holly, mi (caregiver)
Wife. Has dementia and can't get up after a fall.
Haven't used it enough to tell.
Reviewed on 05/05/2016
linda f. from kansas, ok (caregiver)
I use this for my husband who cannot stand.
I like that it lowers almost to the floor.
Would l like larger wheels to make it a little easier to maneuver.
Reviewed on 04/10/2016
carolyn b. from zeigler, il
He is a invalid
Reviewed on 02/19/2016
Genesis 400 is easy to use, and I have had no problems with it
karla m. from broken arrow, ok (caregiver)
Age 55, has MS, severe loss of movement in legs. Legs are contracted into bent position, arms and shoulders sensitive.
Reviewed on 09/24/2015
This lift is sturdy and easy to use, especially with the electric remote.
betty b. from plano, tx (caregiver)
My husband, 80, has advanced Parkinson's Disease and has recently lost the ability to stand and walk.
Sturdy, can be operated electrically and manually if there's a power failure. Its narrow closed width allows it to go through doorways easily.
Haven't discovered any weaknesses yet.
Reviewed on 07/09/2015