On orders over $50.
No code. No hassle.
barbara n. from blue hill, me (caregiver)
Patient is over 250 lbs and I can get her up and turn the lift over to commode or power chair, limited standing time.
without lifter patient could not come home. It does lift easily and pumping is smooth not jerky, not hard to do at all. Assembled it by myself.
should have locking wheels (not added on option list). you don't have to lock it but should be there. must use on hard surface. very firm low carpet a no go.
Reviewed on 05/13/2017
mariellen b. from washington, dc (caregiver)
My is 92 years old. She can hardly walk. With this lift I can move her by myself.She likes that her feet are not in the air while using the lift.
Easy to use. Easy to guide.
Top of feet should be rubberized or flatter.
Reviewed on 03/12/2017
robin m. from warsaw, oh
Direct support staff supporting individual with cerebral palsy.
Ease of using
Nothing at this time
Reviewed on 02/20/2017
jonna y. from sandy, ut (caregiver)
My husband, age 72 has MS. He is only able to stand less than a minute. We hoped this would help him in the bathroom and to get him dressed.
Fits under furniture, good quality.
The sling does not work unless the person can hold the majority of their weight. We had to try the sling under his hips in order to get him up. That defeated the purpose of getting him dressed more easily and transferring to the toilet.
Reviewed on 09/24/2016
leris j. from rochester, ny
Mom cannot walk or stand in her own. Severe balance issues.
1)We now have the option of using 1 aide instead of 2. Saved us thousands of dollars per year. My dad used to assist if there was only one aide. Now he does not have to help With trying to lift mom out of the chair. 2)we use the machine just to give mom exercise and circulation out of her wheelchair. She has become stronger because of this. Her legs are more weight bearing as a result. 3) the aides care TAKE THEIR TIME making sure the mom is clean. Previously, she could not stand for longer than 45 seconds so they had to rush to wash.
Make sure people know the casters/brakes are available. Better video with some who ACTUALLY has limitations. This product is far better than any of the videos suggest.
Reviewed on 09/17/2016
roxanne m. from mulberry grove, il (caregiver)
87 yr old male, 160 lbs, Parkinsons, unable to walk, needs support when standing.
Ease of use and ability to be used in the home
The wheels won't track so we have a hard time getting the unit to go in a straight line.
Reviewed on 08/08/2016
randall s. from amarillo, tx (caregiver)
62 years old - had a stroke.
Wheels need brakes.
Reviewed on 07/23/2016
barbara j. from bryn mawr, pa (caregiver)
Female 72 with CBD Used for all transfers.
Easy for the caretaker and the patient.
We ordered casters with locks because it moves on smooth floors. The casters did not have locks
Reviewed on 05/30/2016
frances b. from staunton, va (caregiver)
My mother 86 years old quad with some use of her extremities. Uses the get-up lift for therapy and transfers. This lift is perfect for my mom.
Reviewed on 05/01/2016
tamera s. from colorado springs, co
Its so great to stand again! Even if its with a machine. Love, love it!
Reviewed on 11/22/2015