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  • IndeeLift for help getting off the floor

    Got this gear recommendation from a fellow member. Pretty cool! The guy on the main page looks just like Walter White from Breaking Bad btw. -D

    Dave, if I had seen this product earlier I wouldíve gotten one WAY before this. Iíve been alone and fallen (had to call the fire Dept), and the poor guy had to lift my fat butt up, dead weight, and I was so worried about his back... not to mention embarrassed about falling. My husband is usually around and has had to help me get up so many times. If we had had this InveeLift he couldíve just wheeled it to me, helped me into the seat, push a button, and Iím up at 21Ē in one minute. Recover, then transfer to wheelchair. There are even models for EMTís to use.

    Did you know about this product? I think itís amazing. I will be more confident just knowing I have it. Itís expensive, but cheaper than a Hoyer lift. I think the peace of mind will be priceless.

    Here is his contact info:

    Jay Powell
    www.indeelift.com
    775-400-0731
    Dave Bexfield
    ActiveMSers

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    I'm talking with the owner in five minutes about the potential of testing the lift for ActiveMSers. It checks off a lot of boxes for assistance in getting off the floor safely. And it is far more portable than a Hoyer lift, which typically requires two people. The IndeeLift can be moved easily by one person.

    Dave Bexfield
    ActiveMSers

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    • #3
      After chatting with Steve and his son Jay, a test unit will be arriving shortly, and that is good news for Laura! She's getting annoyed having to lug my body up off my handcycle or off the floor after a fall. I'm all about keeping my wife happy and healthy (with a good back). I'll post testing updates here and the main review will be on the website.
      Dave Bexfield
      ActiveMSers

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      • #4
        FYI. IndeeLift is also developing a lift for people with IBM (inclusion body myositis) that will lift you higher than chair height, a necessity for people with that disease. That lift is still in beta testing, but hopefully will be available in spring.
        Dave Bexfield
        ActiveMSers

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        • #5
          I've started testing! Early impressions: well made and it functions exactly as advertised. I've been using it to get off my trike, which takes the stress off Laura lugging my off cycle. The only issue? If I have to urgently pee after riding, the tug is faster than the lift!
          Dave Bexfield
          ActiveMSers

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