Classic Deluxe Power Lifter
With an adjustable U-base, a reverse-mounted actuator, and a 6-point cradle, the Deluxe Power Lifter offers smooth, quiet transfer in one package.
(Model No. HPL402)
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tony t. from cherokee, nc (caregiver)
The patient lifter is good would be better if the sling that I specified had actually had ever been delivered.
Overall a great lift. Makes transfers MUCH easier.
Well made. Looks like it will be durable.
As for the lift, the spreader bar was very hard to adjust at first, but it eventually loosened up.
patsy p. from halethorpe, md (caregiver)
I bought this lift for a young adult who is confined to a wheelchair. She does not walk and cannot assist in transferring.
As a 78 yr old female, this new lift saved my...
ease of maneuverability & electric lifting cut the time required to put him to bed from about 1 hour to 15 minutes AND I no longer have sore muscles.
Because my son is 6'2", I have to be careful that his knees do not make contact with bar. I was thinking of checking about facing him in the opposite direction so his legs are outside of the lift frame. Until I check with his PT, I will do everything as I have been taught. THANKS for a TERRIFIC item!!!!
mary lou v. from college station, tx (caregiver)
I use this equipment primarily to transfer my son, suffers from hemiplegia a TBI as result auto accident.
It is a great product.
The power lift up and down and the quality of the product.
The manual strength needed to move the lift.
edward b. from hampshire, il (caregiver)
My wife is 82 years and has been confined to a wheelchair for over 10 years. I have used a manual lift for the past ten years to get her out of bed.
The directions were hard to understand.
The directions and screws that were enclosed were both difficult.
mary m. from frankford, de (caregiver)
87, 200 pounds and I cannot walk.
Study, reliable piece of equipment.
Sturdy. Ease of use.
The bar for widening the legs does not move very easily.
glenna s. from bristow, va
80+ year old, non-ambulatory female. Staff use product.
A very nice product
roger p. from canon city, co
I am a 54 year old male who is a paraplegic. I also have weak right arm and diminished lung capacity due to a car crash.
Correct sling is key to proper use.
Design is great. Instructions to put together were less then weak.
Instructions to put together were not clear or well explained.
james c. from bolingbrook, il
6'8" 240 lbs., 74 year old retired, male with MS.
Strength of steel
Very poor assembly instructions. Needs component list, needs labelling of parts, need more diagrams. The video is ok for use but not for assembly.
bob g. from phoenix, md (caregiver)
78 yo diabetic with arthritis, partial foot amputation, uses wheelchair for most movement beyond a few steps.
Works well for my need.
The power controlling and the ease in which the sling works It does work great.
jerald r. from lakewood, co (caregiver)
I am the end used but my wife is the end usee. She is bed-fast except to lifted into a power wheelchair which I use the lift for.
Very pleased, Everyone at SpinLife is so nice and helpful....
Helps patient feel safer knowing he will not fall
At first, it took a while to get him in the sling, but now after a few times it is find
carl g. from norcross, ga (caregiver)
80 years old, Has MS. Power patient lift has made transferring to chair, bed and wheelchair so much safer and easer for the patient and caregiver.
Exactly what we needed
Ease of use, wonderful customer service
The spreader was very tight, but we were able to adjust it
virginia s. from holmen, wi (caregiver)
27 year old spastic quad Cp patient with post-scoliosis surgery and mitochondrial disorder and osteoporosis