Safety Sure® Pivot Disc - 15" Diameter
- Use for independent and dependent transfers
- Non-slip surface on top and bottom
- 360 degree rotation
- Built-in handle for carrying
- Diameter - 15"
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Size: 15" Diameter
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Top Customer Reviews
I was worried about the disc turning too quickly but that has not been a problem. As some others mentioned, you do have to experiment to figure out the exact motions and support you need in order to bring the wheelchair up behind the person, etc. I also switched from using a standard gait belt to the wider Posey belt, with handles, and that helped a lot. I think we'll get another one, just in case. We couldn't function without it now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not worth $78 - It would be fine for $19.99. The floor works as well as the disk - I had high hopes for this but it has been of little help. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LnP
Excellant product that works! Transferring my paralyzed mom is much easier. No more tangled feet! Arrived on time and as promised.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best inventions for patient mobility.Is a life saver for my wife and I.Published 4 months ago by Robert Zigler
The disc does everything the manufacturer promised. Very helpful for the disabled.Published 5 months ago by David D Bethke
This disc works great, it really helps my disabled mother for getting out of her wheelchair and pivoting to get to the toilet. The disc is built very well.Published 5 months ago by Jonathan Durbin
Works great,but I would buy the larger one next time. The disk makes it easy to get in and out of a car.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very useful when I could only bear weight on one leg. It was recommended by a physical therapist.Published 6 months ago by bronx lady