Spryte Manual Stand Aid
Great for rehab or transfers for weight-bearing patients, the Spryte combines the benefits of a traditional walker and an electric stand assist.
(Model No. SPRYTE)
especially like the seat easy to use and very easy to move
seat. quality very sturdy
margaret b. from greenville, pa (caregiver)
87 yr old with advanced Parkinsons has upper body strength. Our Physical therapist was very impressed with the quality.
Spryte Manual Stand Aid: Review
everett o. from anderson, ca
Spryte has been very helpful to this hip replacement...
Ease of use and safety to the patient.
ivadelle e. from st paul, mn (caregiver)
Spryte slows moving the patient safer then transferring to wheel chair.
This product has made my life easier as a care giver.
Very strong and stable for moving my father around. Fits around the commode.
The two bars in front of the patient don't seem necessary or are too far apart. My Dad likes to lay his head on a pillow while standing but the pillow kept falling through the bars so I wrapped nylon webbing between the bars to keep it from falling. Also I put a gait belt on the bar to help my Dad lift himself because there is nothing for him to grab until his hand is past the seat. The bar on the bottom needs a cushion to protect the toilet from cracking if a person is not careful.
celia b. from yorba linda, ca (caregiver)
My father, 93 years old, is the user of this product. He loves it and now feels safe getting in and out of bed, a chair, and the commode.
Brake pedals can be tough on the feet at night.
paul m. from marblehead, ma (caregiver)
5th stage Parkinson's patient, 200 pounds.
This was being used at the VAMC Martinsburg, WV and has...
The ease in which to move him.
I don't find any.
donna w. from lake fredrick, va (caregiver)
Male 85 years young with Parkinson's that weighs 187 pounds.
Could not live at home without the machine.
Ability to move person from chair to bed.
Difficult to move on carpet, unable to access bathroom tub and toilet, wide turning range required.
elinor d. from east greenwich, ri (caregiver)
90 years old, 2 fractured hips, vertebral compression fracture, and great fear of falling.
The best product
Easy mobility. Terrific product. What a godsend this has been for my 96 year old dad, and for us!
richard f. from atlanta, ga (caregiver)
Lift does not maneuver on carpeted floor, would be perfect...
Very easy to get patient into position for the transfer
The wheels need to be re-worked to roll easily on carpet
diana g. from canton, il (caregiver)
64 y/o male that had two strokes, leaving him paralyzed on left side of his body
Great for someone who has the strength to pull and push to...
Maneuvers easily, provides secure place for someone to get "weight bearing" even when unable to walk or stand independently.
Wheels are not "edge of rug" friendly, difficult to move over any small "lip" between floor surfaces. Coating on cross bars made assembly very difficult.
karen k. from juneau, ak (caregiver)
82 year old woman with Parkinson's. Able to bear weight but not able to get to standing alone, not able to walk with walker.
It effectively helps him transfer!
john m. from lakewood, co (caregiver)
My father age 90 in skilled nursing center