Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System

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Features

Beasy Trans Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System

  • Eliminates lifting
  • Frictionless, lateral slide is clearly the state of the art in patient transfer
  • Reduce risk of injury for lifter and liftee
  • Uses 'no-lift' technology

Product Overview

Beasy Trans Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System

Beasy Board Transfer Board


The Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System is totally portable. With the BeasyTrans Systems, most users can achieve regular access to an automobile. For some, this may mean a greatly enhanced quality of life. The visiting of friends and relatives may be resumed. Educational and cultural undertakings can be attended. The systems may even allow the user to live at home while receiving outpatient care, rather than living in a long term facility.

The patented Beasy Board Transfer Board transfer technology places the user on a safe, circular seat. As the seat moves easily across the base of the system with the user on it, the friction of movement is borne by the system, not the user's skin. Consequently, shear forces and friction, present in some other transfer techniques and which cause or contribute to tissue breakdown, are eliminated.

The design of the Beasy Board Transfer Board, Easy Transfer System makes it possible to apply sliding technology to a wide range of transfer and therapeutic functions in both the clinical and homecare environment. For example, strategic placement of the Beasy seat under a draw sheet allows a minimum number of caregivers to easily perform such difficult transfers as bed to gurney, supine, or boosting of patients. Because the seat easily rotates 360 degrees, the systems can be used for range of motion exercises for hands, feet or other body parts.

The Beasy Board Transfer Boards are made from a combination of superstrong space age polymers which were developed by DuPont. The systems have been used effectively with patients weighing up to 400 lbs. without cracking or breaking. In addition, these strong materials can be cleaned by virtually any agent normally used to sanitize durable medical equipment, with no adverse effect on strength or performance.

Be sure to check out the 32" Beasy Board Transfer Board.

Please Note: Due to hygienic reasons and sometimes short recovery times, The Beasy Board Transfer Board is non-returnable.


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Beasy Trans Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System

BSY-200 - Model Beasy II - 27.5" Length

BSY-100 - Model BeasyTrans - 40" Length



Beasy Board Trans Easy Transfer System Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
29 reviews
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23 out of 27 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Lightweight (18)
Sturdy (16)
Safe (15)
Easy Storage (11)
Easy to use (1)
Top Cons

Bulky (4)
Heavy (4)
Flimsy (2)
Unsafe (1)
Has to be that size (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (13)
Following Surgery (8)
Handicapped (2)
Paraplegic (2)
Emergency (2)
1-5 of 29 reviews
1 2 3
Beasy Board

Pros:
Lightweight.
Cons:
Flimsy. Unsafe.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

This product is a great idea, yet it has a MAJOR drawback. On the bottom side of the board where the cover goes over the slide channel, the mfg has drilled holes completely thru the channels to add piins to hold the cover in place. These drilled holes are right in the middle of the board and create a stress riser. We have had 2 of t hese boards and both have cracked thru the middle. I contacted the mfg and told them about the problem and recommended a fix to this problem, it has fallen of deaf ears. Would love to buy another one because the idea is great but hate to pay this board and have it fail for the 3rd time. Therefore I would have to say this board will become junk with daily use.

by eefman from Omaha, Ne
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
23 out of 25 found this review helpful
Best transfer board ever

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. non weight bearing amputa.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

After surgery my husband was told no weight on amputation of 2/3 of left foot, he'd already had right leg amputation above the knee. The Beasy Board has made it possible for him to transfer from bed, chair, car, bathroom and motorized scooter. One of the best aids we have ever purchased.

by Breathless from Whiting, New Jersey
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
Beasy Board

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy. Easy Storage. the best tranfer board .
Cons:
Heavy.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

I have a open sore on my lower spine and have been hitting it on all the other transfer boards I have been using. But with The Beasy Board I have yet to hit this sore. I love the

by Mike the Ump!! from Martinsville Va.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
4 out of 6 found this review helpful
Great Help Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Sturdy. safe, .
Cons:
a bit difficult to master.
Best Uses:
Parkinsons.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Love this transfer board; my husband has advanced Parkinsons, very weak but stiff and difficult to move. This board with its swivel seat mechanism makes it possible for me to transfer him safely and with less effort on my part.

by Tired wife from Henderson , NV
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
excellant

Pros:
Safe. Sturdy. Easy Storage. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
iI am in a wheelchair and. I use it to transfer.
Describe Yourself:
disabled.

I don't use my legs anymore because I am wheelchair bound and a regular transfer board was getting tough. Now that I have a Beasy it makes life easier.

by #1 ranger fan from greenlawn
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 29 reviews
1 2 3

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What is the weight limit on this board?
Asked on Jul 6, 2013 3:14:53 AM by TLS from Iowa
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400 lbs.
Answered on Sep 16, 2013 3:23:47 PM by Carol from Florida
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The spec sheet says about fourhundred lbs.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 9:34:57 PM by Pete from CT
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On the Beasy transfer board do you carry it in the Microbial finish?
Asked on Nov 4, 2012 6:04:52 PM by Sue from Massena, NY
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in order to use this transfer board, do the car seat and wheelchair have to be almost on the same level?
Asked on May 5, 2011 3:33:02 PM by kathy from home
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It is best to be at the same level. It is difficult to slide up a slope.
Answered on Jul 6, 2012 3:31:22 PM by Valerie from NY
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No, it is not necessary as long as you are sliding downhill. I have a wheelchair with an adjustable height and so I make sure that I am going downhill whenever I use the board. If fact, there could be as many as 4-5 inches difference, although this might not be recommended by the manufacturer.
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 9:16:06 AM by J from Herndon, VA
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Part Number(s): 177 0101, 177 0102

Mfg Part Number(s): BSY-200, BSY-100