UpEasy Lifting Cushion - UpLift Seat Assist

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Features

Uplift Technologies UpEasy Lifting Cushion - UpLift Seat Assist

  • Converts any seat into an automatic lift chair
  • Easily adjustable for various weights
  • Easily transportable - has a built in handle
  • Lifts 80% of the user's weight

Product Overview

Uplift Technologies UpEasy Lifting Cushion - UpLift Seat Assist

UpEasy Lifting Cushion form UpLift Seat Assists


Allegro Medical presents the UpEasy Lifting Seat Cushion as your answer to the most economic and superior seat lift available today.

Benefits of the UpEasy Lift Cushion:

Upeasy Lifting Seat Cushion

The UPEASY lift cushion helps people who would otherwise need assistance getting up. It makes it easier to gently sit and rise from your chair or sofa. The seat lift is safe and easy to use, it will lift up to 80% of your body weight.

UPEASY folds flat for trouble-free transport. It can be used almost anywhere: living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, restaurants, theaters, churches, patios, and any where else you want to take it!

UpLift Seat Assist

Other Benefits of the UpEasy Lift Cushion:

  • Helps people stay active and independent
  • Relieves stress and strain on joints
  • Lifts only as needed, allowing users to maintain muscular strength;
  • Folds flat for easy transport.


Who Can Benefit from the UpEasy Cushion?

  • People who need assistance getting up due to insufficient upper or lower body strength.
  • Those who have lost mobility as a result of:
    • Arthritis
    • Parkinson's
    • Muscular Dystrophy
    • ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)
    • Post-operative conditions
    • Degenerative joint disease
  • Caregivers, or family members who need help transferring patients.

Upeasy - Power Cushion - How to Use

How to Use The UpEasy Lift Cushion

Step 1
When you sit down on the UPEASY lifting cushion, it eases you gently into a seated position.

Step 2

To get up, simply shift forward and begin to stand. The lifting mechanism activates automatically.

Step 3

This provides a gentle and stable lift up from the chair or sofa.


Specifications of The UpEasy Cushion


Upeasy - Lifting Cushion

Model No.

Weight Range

UPE 1

95-220 lb /

43-100 kg

UPE 3

200-340 lb /

90-154 kg


Description Data Type Details
Base Dimensions Depth

16 in / 41 cm

Width

15 in / 38 cm

Seat Dimensions Depth

19 in / 48 cm

Width

17 in / 43 cm

Seat Height Open

10 in / 26 cm

Flat 2 in / 5 cm
Weight Regular

10 lb / 4.1 kg

Shipping

11 lb / 4.5 kg

Due to often short recovery times, this UpEasy Lift Cushion is non-returnable

Not recommended for use with wheelchairs as the chair can move while item is lifting


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Uplift Technologies UpEasy Lifting Cushion - UpLift Seat Assist

Standard - 90 to 220+ lb - $89.00

PLUS - 200 to 340 lb - $98.36



UpEasy Lifting Cushion - UpLift Seat Assist Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
57 reviews
56 out of 57 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Comfortable (32)
Solid Construction (21)
Easy to Control (20)
Easy to Use (16)
Stays in Place (14)
Top Cons

Uncomfortable (3)
Hard to Control (3)
Limited Functions (2)
Won't Stay Put (2)
Needed to break it in (1)
Top Best Uses

Home (40)
Daily Use (19)
Office (11)
Travel (8)
Limited Space (5)
1-5 of 57 reviews
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Nice Product works well Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Solid Construction. Multiple Positions. Comfortable. Attractive Design. Can Withstand Use.
Cons:
Difficult to adjust. Hard to close for transpo.
Best Uses:
Aid in arising.
Describe Yourself:
Short Term User. Knee Problems. rare muscle disorder.

Great idea that works pretty well. It is very hard to close if you want to take it with you, say to a restaurant, and somewhat heavy but necessary if you need help getting out of a chair and it will do that!

by Mike1940 from Orange Beach, AL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great product, but...

Pros:
Solid Construction. Comfortable.
Cons:
Won't Stay Put. Hard to Control. Difficult to Use.
Best Uses:
Home. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
family member.

Dad has peripheral neuropathy and has lost substantial strength and control in his legs. He still walks with a walker, but has a lot of trouble getting up from a chair. I thought this lift was just the ticket, but here's what we experienced. Dad is 6'2 and 205 pounds. When I set the lift at 180, he had a lot of difficulty getting the lift to go down all the way. Then when it lifted him up, it nearly threw him on the floor. His reflexes weren't good enough to compensate for the strong push. So I tried lower settings and that helped, but not enough. I also had to tie the lift to the chair to keep it from sliding around. And the chair itself was sliding from the force of the lift. The chair we were using had a wooden seat and the back had a horizontal bar that kept catching the lift on the way up. For me (bad knees but good strength), it is a great product. I'll probably end up keeping it for the future when I'm recuperating from knee replacement surgery. Best chair would probably be one with arms, wide enough to accommodate the lift, and one that doesn't have a low horizontal bar across the back to catch the lift on the way up. Also, make sure the chair can't slide around if you're on tile or wood floors.

by Daughter from San Francisco, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Up you go

Pros:
Solid Construction. Comfortable.
Cons:
need strength of adjust. need strength to adjust.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. church.
Describe Yourself:
rare muscle disorder.

I just received and used my lift this weekend. Great if you need to get up frequently. Saves energy. Used at church in choir when getting up and down frequently is required. Other people wanted one once they tried mine. I have not conquered being able to close and latch since I'm lacking muscle in arms and hands as well as legs. Once adjusted to fit your own weight, it operates very well.

by oldjmufan74 from Staunton, VA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I would buy this product again.

Pros:
Solid Construction. Easy to Control. Multiple Positions. Comfortable. Attractive Design. Stays in Place. Easy to Use. Convenient. Can Withstand Use.
Best Uses:
Home. Daily Use. Travel. Limited Space.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. family member.

I bought the product for my mother to help her getting up from her chair to her walker. Now she is able to get out of the chair without struggling or falling back down.

by Vivian from Bluefield, WV
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
I like it

Pros:
Solid Construction. Easy to Control. Multiple Positions. Comfortable. Stays in Place. Easy to Use. Can Withstand Use.
Best Uses:
Home. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User. Elderly.

I use it in a recliner and it works great.

by Little Willie from Notrees, Texas
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
1-5 of 57 reviews
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Does this work with a recliner
Asked on Jul 3, 2013 10:23:44 AM by Rick from 93420
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Yes....that's what I use it for. Tends to try and slide between recliner back & seat but I just adjust each time I get up...works great!!
Answered on Jan 7, 2014 11:02:00 AM by Sharon Jerviss from Marinia, CA
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Can this be used to get out of a car?
Asked on Dec 23, 2012 10:32:37 PM by ruth from new york
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Yes. We just put it in sideways with the front to the side. After it lowers my dad just pivots his body forward but the seat remains sideways. When he gets out he pivots back towards the door and the seat raises him up.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 6:41:39 PM by Kieffer from SD
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I tried this in regular chairs and found it limiting--I would not use in my power wheelchair too much thrust for someone needing pwc
Answered on Jun 29, 2013 5:13:24 PM by Renee from California
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Same answer as Kieffer and I drive a Prius
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 11:14:42 PM by R from NC
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Can this be used in a power wheelchair ?
Asked on Dec 16, 2012 7:44:48 PM by Bob from St. Louis, MO
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I think it would depend on your mobility and ability to stand. Mom uses it just fine, but she can also walk with a walker for short distances.
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 12:04:38 PM by daughter from oh from Ohio
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Is the seat comfortable enough to sit on all the time when sitting in a chair watching TV. Or do you have to somehow get it under you before you get up? It does not look comfortable enough to sit on it for any length of time. I may be wrong.
Asked on Mar 10, 2012 5:14:11 PM by Huse from New Mexico
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Yes, it is comfortable enough to sit on for hours.
Answered on Dec 29, 2012 3:42:43 PM by tedd from dover, de
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Bought this seat for my mother due to her leg weakness & small apartment not wanting to purchase a lift chair because they seemed too large for the area. She loves it & even falls asleep in her chair while watching TV.
Answered on Jan 13, 2013 10:11:46 AM by Kay from Durant, OK
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Depends on the day for my dad.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 6:43:32 PM by Kieffer from SD
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I use one in my wheelchair from where I lecture to a college class. Comfort is not an issue.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 11:18:58 PM by R from NC
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Can this be used to get out of a car
Asked on Mar 4, 2012 5:27:54 PM by Kathy from California
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No, unless you could pivot person and seat together to get legs out of the car. It might damage car seat.
Answered on Jun 29, 2013 5:17:12 PM by Renee from CA
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I am not weight bearing on one of my feet. Can this cushion be used on the floor to help me stand up?
Asked on Jan 7, 2012 6:38:08 AM by Bella from New jersey
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I'm looking for something that can be used under water. My mother has a walk-in tub with a chair-height seat, but still has problems standing from that. Is there a 100% water-proof cover for this? Or a model designed to be used underwater? Also, she does weigh a bit over 300lb so the "plus" model is needed. Thanks!
Asked on Dec 7, 2011 8:20:39 PM by LL from Seattle
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Would you be able to use this to get out of bed?
Asked on Oct 17, 2011 4:54:17 PM by daughter from sd
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is sitting on it the only way to close it?
Asked on Jun 17, 2011 5:31:08 PM by frodo from Bakersfield
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I've just put it on it's side and closed it with my hands. No problem
Answered on Feb 11, 2014 12:01:31 PM by daughter from oh from ohio
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