Self-powered lifting cushions that give extra lift to help you get in and out of any armchair.
- Lifts up to 70% of your weight
- Raises you up to 10" (to an almost standing position)
- Portable Transfer Solution
- For people who have trouble rising from a seated position.
The UPEasy Seat Assist is a self-powered lifting cushion that provides that extra lift needed to help you get in and out of any armchair on your own. There are no switches, electric wires or special installation. The comfortable navy cushion adds two inches to the height of the chair when you are seated.
Available in 2 Sizes:
Standard - supports 220 lbs.
Plus supports 240 lbs.
Gently push yourself up using the arms of the chair and begin to stand. Simply shift your weight forward and push off gently with your arms and legs. Once you start standing up, the pneumatic lift handles up to 70% of your weight and will gently raise you up to 10" high, to an almost standing position. For people with balance issues, we recommend practicing on a hard chair at the dining room table. Once you start standing the cushion will lift you the rest of the way.
The UPEasy Seat Assist cushion is portable. It weighs only 9 pounds and flattens quickly for easy transport.
Recommended for use on firm arm chairs or firm sofas. Lifting cushions are not meant to be used in chairs with wheels, like a wheelchair or an office chair with non-lockable wheels Lifting cushions are not meant to be used in chairs with wheels (like a wheelchair or an office chair with non-lockable wheels).
If you prefer the UPEasy Seat Assist with additional cushioning, the UPLift Seat Assist with Memory Foam
Or if you need a seat lift that will lift 100% of your body weight (up to 300 lbs.) the Uplift Premium Power Seat is Available Here
Base: 16" L x 15" W
Seat: 19" L x 17" W
Weight: 9 lb
The 100% polyester cover is machine washable.
The cushion has a water-resistant coating that can be wiped down with soap and water.
Warranty: One Year Limited Warranty
Medical Restrictions: For people with balance issues, we recommend practicing on a hard chair at the dining room table.