Product description supplied by Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare


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The Ambiturn Sit to Stand Transfer Aid assists with pivoting transfers between different seat surfaces and can transport Users short distances.

This transfer aid requires the user to pull on a handle to stand up and to be weight-bearing. The Ambiturn’s narrow, recessed front fits between wheelchair wheels and around toilets for perfect positioning. It also has a low profile base which facilitates user feet placement.

In addition, the aid’s substantial base area provides stability, with the rear bar also allowing a carer to counterbalance. The Ambiturn handle also boasts multiple gripping points for varying carer/user support requirements and is angled to enable “nose over toe” standing movement.

Further features of the standing aid include:

  • Opening on central handlebar allows quick fitting of optional support belts
  • 4 front and rear castors combined with 2 x 13cm (5″) central wheels ensure effortless manoeuvring even with heavier users
  • Foot-operated brakes on centre wheels provide stability during standing/sitting movement
  • Padded lower leg supports can be adjusted (tool-free) in width, angle and height to suit user comfort
  • Easily dismantled/reassembled without tools for transportation and storage
  • Easy wipe-clean surfaces

To find out more, contact sales@drivedevilbiss.co.uk or call 01274 475116

To learn more about the product, visit the company’s website: www.drivedevilbiss.co.uk


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