Beasy Curved Transfer Board

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    Beasy Curved Transfer Board from is great for bariatric patients. The surface of this board is smooth and allows the patient to glide easily. This premium HDPE plastic transfer board is coated with the exclusive Microban antimicrobial protection. The Microban brand ensures your getting safe, durable and effective antimicrobial protection.

    Beasy Curved Transfer Board Specifications:

    • 32" long x 9.5" wide
    • 1/2" thickness
    • 6 lb. board weight
    • Capacity up to 600 lbs.
    • For a limited time only, we will include a free carrying case for this item

    Part numbers: 2600

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      Customer Reviews

      # of Ratings: 2
      1. on 11/14/2018, said:
      Great board. My mom recently had a fall and is getting ready to go home. This is a little slick but once you get used to it it's easy to use.
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      2. on 5/8/2014, said:
      My hubby is a recent amputee (left below knee amputation) complicated with a wound on the right calf from a ruptured Baker's cyst. Since he's not yet able to bear full weight on his good leg, the curved design, slick surface, and weight capacity of the curved Beasy transfer board has made it possible and safe for him to transfer to and from multiple places including uphill and downhill transfers. The curve allows us to set up awkward transfers. He directs his slide from a wheelchair into a car seat, for instance, by setting the ends on both seats and the curve arcing out slightly. Bob feels more secure than he did on the straight lined rectangular boards available in the hospital. He selected and practiced on a curved plastic board at the skilled nursing facility. When planning for his discharge, we checked the internet for a curved transfer board and were delighted to find Healthy Kin's antimicrobial wooden version at a reasonable price. Another plus for us, is that the Beasy Board is made in the U.S.A. We found a well designed product we wanted and we were able to buy American.
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