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See also the SoloLift Inservice with Tips Video.
A new way to transfer
Because the Rifton SoloLift lifts from above the waist, there's no wrestling with straps or slings during undressing for toileting.
The SoloLift Scale
The built-in scale on the SoloLift enables caregivers to combine weigh-ins with other activities.
Low-profile lift arm
The Rifton SoloLift's padded arm lifts from behind the client and swings out of the way when not in use. For front-loading transfers, the push of a button pivots the client 180° while upright.
A natural lifting motion
The back of the SoloVest clips to the lifting arm, so the client is lifted in a natural nose-over-toes position. This comfortable arc-like motion mimics sit-to-stand positioning, making transfers more secure and dignified. The client can maintain eye contact with the caregiver and can hold the padded bar for added stability. For many transfers, the client's feet need never leave the ground.
The key to SoloLift's above-the-waist operation is the SoloVest. Available in small (green), medium (light blue) or large (dark blue). The SoloVest is made with medical-grade anti-microbial and anti-slip materials for durability, and complies with ISO10535:2006 and EN-12182 standards. See the SoloVest page for more information.
Operate the SoloLift with simple buttons on the hand pendant.
The simplest of leg straps
For seated transfers, just grab the T-handle, thread the leg strap behind the client's knees from either direction, and hook it onto the large ball on the frame. It's quick, there's no pinching, and clothing remains easily accessible for toileting.
Zero assembly and long battery life
From the moment it arrives, the SoloLift makes life easier for caregivers, clients and facility. No tools or assembly are required. Just upnpack and roll it right off the skid. And it comes with two long-lasting batteries (50+ lifts per charge each) plus two wall chargers so that both batteries can be left charging at times when your facility is closed.
A streamlined base and frame
Compact and low-profile, the Rifton SoloLift can be stored in a small space and can pass through a standard 32" door with ease. An ergonomic foot pedal expands and retracts the frame legs for transfers to and from wheelchairs or gait trainers. Lockable casters make the SoloLift mobile, yet secure.