|Non Slip Grip Portable Lift Standing Tools
Give the elderly, patients and loved ones a safe approach to help them stand up from a seated posture!
Use the Portable Lift Aid to securely leave chairs, recliners, couches, or vehicles, as well as for additional restroom help.
If you can’t stand up because your back hurts, don’t worry; with the aid of someone and the Backpain Portable Lift Aid, you can easily stand up without pain!
Easily hold the handle without worrying that it might slip under your hands. The Backpain Portable Lift Aid is designed with rubber that will strengthen grip!
You can easily lift someone weighing up to 205 kilos! When you utilize the Backpain Portable Lift Aid, you won’t have to worry about falling!
You won’t have to worry about falling because the handle is ergonomically designed to give more leverage.
The Backpain Portable Lift Aid is constructed from a durable composite material. While this gadget is primarily intended for use at home, it may also be used in the vehicle or outdoors.
Suitable for everyone suffering from back pains and unable to stand alone!
Dimensions: 10.8″ x 9.6″ x 4.3″
Package Inclusion: Backpain Portable Lift Aid (x1)
Nedra Jenkins –
I can’t really review this product, because it is still in the box. I’m sorry. I purchased it because something like this would have been very helpful when caring for my (now deceased) husband. He had Parkinson’s Disease, and his mobility was very poor. Getting him up from a chair or out of the car was very difficult and took a toll on my body as his caregiver. Also, I have had other instances when I could have used or loaned the lift assist to others. So. . . . .I purchased it “in case”.
Robyn Senger –
I like this lift/stand assist. It is a very good, useful tool. You get the leverage you need and are not squeezing hard on the hands of the person you are lifting to stand. As soon as the person is up, I quickly move to support them from behind. I am always very careful & conscious & watching closely that the person I’m lifting has a good grip ( ready to grab them, lest they fall backwards if their grip is lost. I may add my own wide “gait belt” to go around the person’s back…just in case. But it has been working great regardless, with less yanking & squeezing on the “liftee”. I have two, one for the house & one that lives in the car.