(Model No. P2100)
More Information on the StrapStand
Lots of improvables on this machine!!
Sturdiness of the construction
The legs do not spread open/close; the base is too bulky to get under most furniture; the sling is good for getting the person up, but it does not hold tightly against the person's bottom once they are fully stood; putting it together was cumbersome because most of the bolts didn't go in easily.
kelli w. from folsom, ca (caregiver)
53 year old husband with left side paralysis following an unexpected massive hemorrhagic stroke.
It is put together well.
Lack of arm cushions
mariana v. from argyle, tx
Standing frame is a good piece of equipment.
It is very well made
It took two days to put together
patricia m. from cleveland, oh (caregiver)
Strap Stand is amazing it helps to strengthen my brothers left side, he is almost ready to walk.
akbar n. from washington, dc
katherine g. from schenectady, ny
EXTREMELY hard for a paralyzed user to use. Cannot get the "seat" under the patient correctly in order to stand
ken d. from arlington, tx (caregiver)
EXTREMELY hard to use when one side of the user is paralyzed - leg and arm.
THIS STANDER ALLOW ME TO STAND ON MY OWN, WITHOUT ANY...
VERY EASY TO USE, VERY COMFORTABLE.
deborah g. from clinton, ms
58 YR. OLD FEMALE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Product was delivered faster than advetised.
Well built. Better price than medical supply house.
The strap can be difficult to get under the persons bottom so that it works correctly.
clyde r. from standish, me (caregiver)
69 year old female with congential hydrosephlus who is wheel chair bound when not in bed. This machine allows her to stand comfortably and safely.
Easy to stand clients.
How easy it is to stand clients. I have one client who it is difficult to stand her with other standers, but this stander makes her look amazing when she is up. I like the wide foot base.
I think that the arm tray should go higher than it does. I also had an issue where I pumped a client as high as he could go and then I could not get the lift to release. Not sure if that happens normally, but it made getting him down tricky.
karen l. from fort wayne, in (caregiver)
We use this stander in a physical therapy/fitness facility. Our clients ages and disabilities range. We use it for multiple people.