- FREE Sling with Purchase!
- Folds for easy transport
- No tools required to fold
- Oversized handle for increased control
- Push footpad reduces the force needed to initiate movement
- Swan neck leg design accomodates large furniture
- Foot operated leg spreading mechanism
- FREE Sling with Purchase!
Hoyer Advance-H Patient Lift
lawrence g. from bradenton, fl (caregiver)
This product was purchased to move my wife from her electric cart to our van.
Unable to fold
Reviewed on 10/24/2015
joeseph j. from fort lauderdale, fl
Used for bed; mother lifted in and out of bed
Ease of use
Reviewed on 01/18/2015
stephen g m. from athens, al
64 yr old male, balance problem
Don't like sling that came with lift.
Reviewed on 12/15/2014
doug e. from dumas, tx
60 year old, 210 lbs, male, paraplegic
Manual lift seems cheap and flimsy. Nearly impossible to roll on carpet.
Reviewed on 07/22/2014
dorothy s. from glencove, ny (caregiver)
Wheelchair-bound 83 year old, who wants to remain in her home of 63 years.
Very easy for my father to use. One word: simplicity.
The only weakness we have found is in the band used to fold the lift for storage. It is very tight, and difficult for the average person to function. Also, the round plastic piece on the band was broken at time of shipment.
Reviewed on 06/08/2014
clarence a. from vicksburg, mi (caregiver)
72 years old with Alzheimer's Dementia
Well made. Folds to compact package.
Slings are difficult to use in bed when patient fights rolling on side. Have to use a slide sheet.
Reviewed on 05/01/2014
roxie m. from eugene, or
Quadriplegic; Muscular Dystrophy
Can be folded very small, compact, easy to manipulate
The bungee that holds the legs together to store, is difficult to put on or take off.
Reviewed on 03/09/2014
yvonne r. from loveland, co (caregiver)
Used for traveling with blind para
Easy to fold and unfold, wheels move easily, unit easy to maneuver
Wish it would lift a just a little higher to accomodate some beds. Also a larger knob to change for raising to lowering would be helpful
Reviewed on 10/06/2013
john h. from san antonio, tx
I am a veteran with A.L.S. AKA Lou Gehrig's Disease. We went to Branson for a week and the lift came in very handy.
It folds up and is easy to transport.
Reviewed on 07/24/2013
Use a lift product to understand all applications you will need.
dennis b. from clermont, fl (caregiver)
My spouse has limb girdle MD and is no longer capable of standing or doing transfers.
High lift capability, definitely portable as we can use with a Bruno turn out vehicle seat and take unit with us.
Be careful with the valve release knob. Easy to turn wrong way. Undecided on caster wheel size and material but seem too small and hard for use on blacktop parking lots or any surface with any small stones.
Reviewed on 05/13/2013