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DMI® Lightweight 2 Cut-Out Bariatric Wood Transfer Board

SKU: 518-1800-0000
15 Reviews
$93.48
$93.48

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Available: 490

Description

  • Sealed and coated wooden transfer board allows easier transfers to/from car, bed, wheel chair, chair, or commode 
  • A valuable mobility aid for independent living 
  • Two cut-out handles allow for easy carrying or gripping • Strong enough to support up to 735 pounds 
  • Constructed of smooth, durable 3/4 inch Southern Yellow Pine 
  • Board size: 10 x 32 inches


Specifications

  • Weight capacity: 735 pounds
  • 3/4 inch I.D. only
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • UPC: 041298118008


Ratings & Reviews

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They said they had never seen a better transfer board

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We purchased this transfer board for a family member while she was still in the skilled nursing facility, so that the therapy staff could train the patient and family members on how to use the board prior to discharge. When they saw this board, the physical and occupational therapists were very impressed. They said they had never seen a better transfer board. The sturdy construction and rubber anti-slip grips on the bottom provide for secure transfers. Highly recommended.

very strong

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great slide board had to radius corners with some sand papper and a little whittling , as suggested by S V Berg on reviews ,also I car waxed my board several times and now use pledge furniture polish occasionally on my board to keep it sliding nice ,some of the reviews had this problem come up , I find this board to be great !

The non-slip pads on either end underneath and very useful.. Although my patient is not heavy

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Well made. I have been able to use it for the purpose advertised. The non-slip pads on either end underneath and very useful.. Although my patient is not heavy, I ordered this board for its length to help with varying heights: bed / wheelchair / car. This is not recommended, but in the absence of a lift, it is helpful to me.