Invacare Birdie® EVO Compact Hoist
The BirdieEVO Compact encompasses an ergonomic lift that allows the client to be easily rotated 360°, making positioning much easier for the carer and reducing anxiety for the client.
The BirdieEVO Compact can be easily folded and unfolded without the need for tools. It takes up minimal space when stored and is easy to push and transport. If required, the mast can be very easily detached from the base (no tools required).
The high boom ensures there is space for the client, even when the hoist is in its highest position. Also, the optimised space in front of the actuator reduces the risk of injury to the client’s knees.
Why choose us?
- All chairs available to rent or buy
- Delivery and setup service
- Friendly support team
Low-cost daily rental options for all care environments
All rental and purchases are thoroughly decontaminated by our in-house technicians, offering peace of mind for all new users and carers. Post-setup includes remote training and user support, available for the duration of the rental.
Delivery and setup service
We'll deliver to home, a hospital or in your care setting, wherever that may be. Our seating technicians will deliver your equipment and accessories, and set up your specialist seating to meet your needs.
Dedicated service delivery experts
Our service delivery experts are on-hand to provide support and guidance for any questions or queries relating to rentals and purchases.
Cost doesn’t have to be a barrier to the specialist seating or equipment you need. We offer short-term rental for palliative care or discharge situations or longer rental for on-going healthcare needs.Find out more
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