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Birdie Compact Hoist
Birdie Compact Hoist
One of the most popular patient hoists on the market, the Birdie Compact represents outstanding value for money and is the ideal solution for your transfer needs. Versatility is key with this Invacare Birdie Hoist, and a number of features add to its functionality and usability. The patient hoist provides a gentle and comfortable lift for the user and boasts an impressive lift capacity of 150kg (23.5st) making it suitable for a wide range of people. Once in place it is easy for the carer to transfer the patient to the desired location thanks to four manoeuvrable castors and a large push handle. The Birdie Compact Hoist easily folds up for easy storage or transporting for added convenience.
Birdie Compact Hoist Features:
- Suitable for a range of transfer scenarios
- Long boom provides excellent lifting range
- Easy to fold away for easy storage
- Large control box has number of useful functions
- Includes service reminder, battery status and care diagnostic
- Electric motor provides gentle lift
- Simple manual leg spread
- Clip on spreader bar is easy to change
- 5 year warranty on actuator
- 3 year warranty on frame
- 1 year warranty on battery
Birdie Compact Hoist Specification:
- Lifting range: 54cm - 161cm (21.25'' - 63.5'')
- Leg length: 100cm (39.5'')
- Total Width (when closed): 55cm (21.5'')
- Total Width (when open): 89cm (35'')
- Length (when folded): 115cm (45.25'')
- Height (when folded): 42.5cm (16.75'')
- Width (when folded): 55cm (21.5'')
- Hoist weight: 36kg
- Maximum user weight: 150kg (23.5st)
Hoists can be an invaluable aid to safe patient handling. Co-op Mobility recommend seeking advice from a suitably qualified person to ensure that you purchase the correct equipment for your particular needs. Mobile hoists need to be serviced and regularly maintained by a competent person.