Over 35 Years of Keeping You Independent and Mobile
Trust in Carex for your lifting seat. These mobility aids have been designed to be an alternative to traditional, and often expensive, lifting chairs. Our seat assists offer the needed support to sit down and stand up without struggle. Their compact design makes them perfect for most chair and sofas and able to be taken anywhere they're needed.
An Affordable Option for Sitting and Standing Assistance
Chair lifts are a great solution for those who may struggle with sitting down and up. However, they're often expensive and take up a lot of room. Not only that, but users are limited to using only that chair. Our seat assist offers a universal and affordable way to sit up and down in any chair or sofa.
Provides a Comfortable 70% Lift Assistance
Sit and stand comfortably and safely. Our patented technology provides a controlled and comfortable lifting and lowering motion. It's been designed to provide a slow and steady motion so the user is safe at all times.
Features a Waterproof, Removable, and Easy to Clean Cover
No need to worry about messes on this seat assist. Its removable cover is waterproof and easy to clean with a damp cloth and soap. The foam cushion provides an ample amount of cover and can be cleaned via a quick wipe.
Travel Friendly for Use Anywhere
The built-in handle makes travel easy. It uses no electricity or batteries for use whenever and wherever.
This will help anyone who has trouble standing. Comfortable to sit on for extended periods. Be sure to order the correct model for the users weight. Fast shipping. Affordable enough even if only needed temporarily. Very pleased.
My father used one of these, and it was quite helpful. We bought this one for my husband, who has difficulty getting out of a chair due to hip pain. The orthopedist wants him to lose weight before doing a hip replacement; this item is wonderful because the Upeasy Seat Assist Plus can be used by someone weighing up to 340 pounds. We set it properly (try turning it onto the edge to make it easier to open when setting it up) but it was too stiff. As it says in the instructions, we then set it on a lighter setting, which worked very well. On initial attempt it was great! However, when my husband sat in it for about 20 minutes, something about it increased his hip pain while in a seated position. We decided to return it, and were then very disappointed to learn that there is a 10% restocking fee on top of the cost for us to ship it back. It's not light, so I'm sure shipping will not be cheap. I would give this item 4 stars, but give the return policy 2 stars, so averaged it to a 3 star review.
I AM 6ft 3in TALL AND WEIGH 295lbs. I AM 77 YEARS OLD AND MY KNEES ARE SO BAD I CAN'T LIFT MYSELF OUT OF A CHAIR, (ABOUT 60 YEARS AGO THE SERVICE REJECTED ME BECAUSE MY KNEES WERE TOO BAD THEN.) I CAN'T GO OUT TO EAT WITH FRIENDS BECAUSE I CAN'T GET OUT OF THEIR CHAIRS. I PURCHASED THE, "UPEASY SEAT ASSIST" FROM CAREX THROUGH AMAZON. IT CAME IN ONE DAY AND IT WORKS PERFECTLY, AS THEY SAID IT WOULD. THANK YOU CAREX, THIS THING WORKS GREAT!!! IF THERE IS A DOWN SIDE, IT MAKES ME LOOK LIKE I AM NOW 6ft 8in TALL :) (I AM NOT YELLING. I JUST LIKE USING CAPS. IF THAT MEANS I AM YELLING THEN USING LOWER CASE MEANS YOU ARE WHISPERING AND I CAN'T HEAR YOU THEN)
Three difficulties with this great idea for an assisting seat: 1) it is very heavy to carry around if you have to use a cane also; 2) it is difficult to open in order to insert the mechanism that works the seat; 3) the Velcro tab end that holds the seat together when not in use is difficult to find when you want to open the seat. The seat works well when you have something to hold onto, such as chair arms or a table. It works better on a firm surface, as opposed to an upholstered chair or couch. I have used the seat on a church pew (works great) and a straight restaurant chair (needed a little more assistance from my companion). I recommend the seat to anyone that needs moderate assistance.
Has anyone used this at a movie theater?
I have carried to theaters = it does raise me up a bit so I try to sit in the back in the slanted theaters.
Is there a way to keep this closed when you want to carry it around?
Yes, first you have to release the spring/hydraulic tension. There is a strap at the back that you wrap around the built-in handle and snap.
Can it be used in a car?
Not really and DEFINITELY NOT FOR THE DRIVER. It's portable, so you could theoretically use it for a passenger in the car, but I think the typical car seat is too springy for the lift to be of much use. The lift is basically a spring, so the downward force is equal to the upward force. You might be able to adjust the weight to allow for that though. Definitely do not use it for the driver's seat though. If you hit a bump or dip in the road, it would most likely lift you away from the gas and brake pedals while the car is in motion. It really works best in a "hard" chair or padded dining-room style chair.
Will it work on a wooden dining room chair?
My late wife used it on kitchen chairs, dining room chairs and also her recliner. Just be sure to adjust the tension to your weight!
Would this work after a knee replacement?
Yes, this is when I got and started to use this seat - after double knee replacements. I take it with me to the doctor's office, church pews, - just get a good chair with arms to sit in and set it at the appropriate weight. You might have to play with the weight adjustments, as the higher the weight, the higher it pushes you up. It's not comfortable to sit on every day but works well when you go out...The one I use is 5 years old, and the more you use it setting it up and closing it, the easier it is to bend and open up.
What are the width and depth dimensions of this lift?
The dimensions are about 17" wide and 19" deep. I say about as there is a slight curvature to the seat. We use it in a recliner which is very roomy, so we have to do some adapting. You will sit higher on the lift which makes the arms, if you depend on them, low, so we use some pillows. We also push the base of the lift into the crack at the back of the seat. If you are struggling to get someone on their feet or wanting to use it as a tool for maintaining independence we recommend it. My husband has a problem getting on his feet and at times can be almost a dead weight. Without this, I don't know what I would do!!
Does it work well with a recliner?
It can be used with a recliner and your experience will vary depending on the recliner's cushiness and how much/if it rocks. These always work better on harder surfaces and it's recommended you have a surface (such as a walker or standing cane) to grab on to in unison with the seat assist. This will aid in maintaining a strong balance when standing/sitting.
does medicare cover the cost of this lift?
Yes, these lifts are FSA/HAS eligible.
What is your return policy if we are not satisfied?
Great question! We do offer a 30-day return policy should you not be happy with your Carex product. We also offer a warranty that covers your product if it is defective or does not do what it has been designed to do. You can learn more about our return policy here: https://carex.com/pages/return-policy and our warranty here: https://carex.com/pages/our-warranty