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Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift

$2,199.00

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MSRP: $4,999.99 - savings of $2,800.99

Introducing the new, dependable Ascend & GO Sit-to-Stand patient lift. Every inch of this medical aid was designed to provide both patients and caregivers with superior safety. The robust steel frame ensures that it can handle a weight up to 400 pounds – making transferring easy and stress free.

It also includes several features to ensure security while in use. Dual locking casters make it stable, while the locking swivel seat pads and wide footrest further secure your experience.

Not to be overshadowed by our focus on safety, comfort is not forgotten with this transfer lift. The patient lift is generously padded and ergonomic– padding at critical points helps reduce pressure on delicate areas when sitting or standing. This makes the transition smoother for users and puts caregivers’ minds at ease knowing there is optimized comfort throughout the process.

  • Pivoting Seat
  • Soft Knee Supports
  • Dual Locking Wheels
  • Easy Pedal Operation
  • Cross Bar Handle

SKU: MP-P02
Weight: 67 lbs.
Maximum Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.

Product Manual

Why the Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift is Built for You

Safe Transfers

Potential injuries of the caregiver and the user that associated with full body lifts are eliminated with the sit-to-stand lift.

Device Compatibility

The low base is designed to easily fit underneath beds, and the angled leg base design allows the lift to fit around commodes and other devices.

Physical Therapy

A sit-to-stand lift helps maintain your independence and can delay physical decline by improving your natural range of motion and balance.

Small Footprint

When compared to traditional sling lifts, the Ascend & Go has a smaller overall size, perfect for caregivers who need to save space.

Pivoting Seat

Makes settling into the lift easy and secure, allowing patients to remain in their preferred standing position during transfer.

Soft Knee Supports

Provide extra stability, while its leveraged power feature uses the patient’s own energy to operate it smoothly.

Dual Locking Wheels

Designed to further ensure safety during transfer.

Easy Pedal Operation

The Ascend & Go's pedal operated chassis makes it easy to move patients around with ease.

Cross Bar Handle

Allows the patient to support themselves by pulling rather than pushing when entering the lift.

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Product Specifications

Product Details
Color: Gray & Blue
Weight: 50 lbs.
Lift Height: 43 in.
Lift Width: 22.25 in.
Lift Depth: 30 in.
Frame Material: Steel
Adjustable Base Width: 16-28 in.
Maximum Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer rental options for patient lifts?

Currently, we don't provide rental services for patient lifts, however this is something we are working on developing.

Do you provide warranty and support for your products?

Yes, at Climbing Steps, Inc., our products are backed by a robust warranty. The frames welds are covered for a lifetime, and all parts have a 180-day warranty starting from the purchase date. For a detailed overview of our warranty policy, please visit our dedicated warranty page.

What is the Returns process like?

We facilitate a hassle-free returns process. Unopened boxes are eligible for a 7-day return policy, no questions asked. However, for opened boxes, due to hygiene considerations, certain goods like lifting slings or bathing/toileting products (e.g., commodes, cushions) cannot be returned. For accepted returns, ensuring you have the original packaging and inserts is essential; otherwise, a 15% restocking fee might apply. For complete details, please refer to our returns page.

How can I access the user manuals and instructional guides for your patient lifts?

Accessing our user manuals and instructional guides is easy. Simply visit our downloads page, where you'll find specifications, informative materials, manuals, and more. Additionally, we offer video guides available on our video page for added assistance.

What are the delivery and shipping options for patient lifts?

We typically ship most orders via Federal Express or UPS, delivering straight to your doorstep within 3-5 business days. For comprehensive information regarding shipping, please refer to our shipping details page.

Do you offer financing or payment plans for your patient lifts?

Yes, we do offer payment plans, including interest-free options for those who qualify. To check if you qualify for these plans, please visit the product page of your choice or reach out to us for further assistance.

Are your patient lifts covered by insurance or Medicare?

In most cases, our patient lifts aren't covered by insurance or Medicare. However, we encourage you to contact your insurance provider to explore any potential reimbursement options. Additionally, for those who qualify, we offer free monthly payment plans. Please feel free to get in touch with us for any queries or assistance in this regard.

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Warranty

We offer a lifetime warranty for the chair frame and a 6 month warranty for labor and parts.

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Customer Service

Our hours are M-F 9am-5pm.
954-699-0527
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I’ve had MS for about 20 years now. I’ve been using a wheelchair for the last couple of years but I’ve recently started to need more help getting around. It’s gotten harder to get to and from the bed, the bathroom, or the couch, and I’ve been getting too fatigued to wheel myself around all the time. I felt like I was missing out on spending time with my family and friends since I was too exhausted to get myself out of bed. This lift has been a big help in letting me participate in family time again.

Helene Carter, Patient

I’ve been a home health aide for about 10 years. I considered lifting patients to their wheelchairs to just be a part of the job, but it was hard on my back. Sling-type lifts helped me out with that, but this chair is much easier to use, and since it’s smaller than regular lifts it’s a better fit… It’s made a difference in both my life and the lives of the people I care for. They’re able to get around more freely without needing to worry about dealing with being put in a patient lift sling.

Vincent Jackson, Caregiver