At 20.5 pounds, the Bellavita is not only the lightest bath lift on the market, but with a minimum position of 2.3" the Bellavita is also the lowest!
Works well in narrow bathroom.
Adjustability. Will probably not use for lowering in tub Good for those who need that.
Wonder about use with those of higher weight
barbara m m. from munster, in
90 year old Scoliosis and ankylosing spondylitis On crutches and scooter
The seat itself could be wider/larger
The ability to submerge into tub
The seat itself could be wider to accommodate comfort of sitting
paula b. from upper marlboro, md (caregiver)
Cerebral Palsy non ambulatory, minimal transfer ability
It is better than nothing
Strong enough to hold 250 lbs.
Too large and cumbersome .
john s. from zion, il
It's very helpful to be able to sit down. The only problem is, once the chair is in, there is no room left in the tub for anything else.
Didn't meet our needs.
Lowers her smoothly into tub.
Doesn't lower her deep enough into water. Knees still stick out of water and are cold, because seat has to be so far forward in tub in order to have enough room behind to recline. She wants to get warm with a deep hot bath. This didn't work. If we had the option to return it, we would.
jennie g. from lexington, va (caregiver)
91 year old mother, weak and unable to lower herself into tub.
I like the quality of the product. It is only missing one...
The product is easy to use and reliable... easy to remove from the tub for cleaning or transporting
I feel the product could use safety harnesses, because if the person does not have any control of their legs it is easy to slide off the seat into the tub.
ginger c. from max meadows, va (caregiver)
My son is almost 15 and has CP with spastic diplegia... relies on a wheelchair for mobility
No symbols or lettering on the hand control to indicate which button does what. Very confusing to my parents who are in their 90's who I purchased the product for.
donna c. from batavia, oh
It does the job as advertised
The instruction books are 90% warnings and short on application. No mention of battery life between charges.
bernd f. from fort worth, tx (caregiver)
80 years, arthritis