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.
Could this be used in a kayak?
No, This device is meant to be used in a chair/couch that is sitting flat on the ground. It is not designed to be used in/near water. Thank you for asking.
Can this device be used safely on a chair without arms, such as a dining table chair?
I used it on chairs with arms only, because of my balance problems. I think it can be used but depends on your situation.
What is the difference between the regular and premium model?
The main difference between the two is weight capacity. The standard model has a 230 lb. weight capacity whereas the premium as a 350 lb. weight capacity.
Can the device be placed on a cushioned chair seat, or should it only be used on a hard surface?
Yes this device can be placed on soft and hard surfaces.
What is the minimum weight a person needs to be to be able to use this?
It's adjustable to work for all weights up to 230 lbs.
Does Medicare cover these devices?
Thanks for asking! These devices are FSA and HSA eligible.