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Liberty Lift is a black and blue device made of polypropylene plastic that's been designed to help people lift their loved ones out of couches, chairs, and other seats. This device may even enable you to lift a person who weighs much more than you do. The lifting device is compact, weighing one pound and measuring approximately 15 by 11 inches, and each one has textured handles on each side that have been included for the purpose of comfort.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Liberty Lift is $19.99 plus $6.95 shipping for a total price of $26.94.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Hang Onto One End

    To start using your Liberty Lift, remain standing and hang onto one end of the device with both hands, with one hand resting firmly on each handle. It doesn't matter which way the device is flipped, horizontally speaking, as it'll do its job either way.

  2. Offer to Seated Person

    Next, while bending over slightly, offer the other end of the lifting device to a person who's sitting on a couch, a chair, or another seat, so they can grip the handles on that end. You can use this device with someone who's sitting on the ground, too, and while you might normally use it with a loved one, it can also be used with strangers and casual acquaintances.

  3. Take a Step Back

    At this point, you should be hanging onto one end of your Liberty Lift, in a slightly bent-over standing position, and another individual should be hanging onto the other end while sitting down. While remaining in this configuration, take a step back and then stand straight up, while gently pulling on your end of the device. As you make these movements, this should automatically cause the seated person you're with to be gently pulled to their feet.

  4. Let go of Device

    After checking to make sure that the person you lifted is standing securely, you can decide which one of you will let go of the handles you've been holding. If you both let go of the device at once, it'll end up on the floor! The person who doesn't let go can store the lifting device in a safe place until it's needed again.

How It Works

The Liberty Lift uses the principles of leverage to do its work. When a person tries to lift another with just their arms, they often lift them straight up, which can make the task difficult, especially if the person is fairly heavy. However, by standing and offering this plastic lifting device to another person who's seated, you'll create an inclined plane between you and the other person. An inclined plane will naturally enable you to lift more weight than you'd otherwise be able to, which means you'll be able to lift heavier people while experiencing less fatigue. Furthermore, since you won't be as strained as you otherwise would be, you'll be far less likely to hurt the other person you're lifting.

Features

  • Compact

    This lifting tool's measurements make it a compact device that can be transported almost anywhere, even by hand. Aside from its length and width provided above, it only has a depth of just over one inch. You might choose to transport the device to another location by vehicle, but if you're just moving it around the house or down the street, carrying it by one of its handles will be possible. Plus, when you need to store it away, you'll be able to stash it in almost any cabinet or slip it under nearly any piece of furniture.

  • Made From Durable Plastic

    As mentioned, the Liberty Lift is made from polypropylene plastic, which is known as a durable type, so this device may last you for up to decades without getting damaged in any way. Unless you step on it or throw it around, it should stay intact for at least a few years.

  • Textured Handles

    All of the handles on each device are textured, which means they'll offer you a non-slip grip. As a result, it's unlikely that your hands (or the hands of the person you're lifting) will ever slip off the device and cause one or both of you to fall over during a lift. The textured handles will also provide comfort to your hands as you lift someone, so they won't be extremely red or sore afterward.

  • High Weight Capacity

    If you were to use your Liberty Lift to lift someone straight up and out of their seat, the device would be able to withstand a weight of 400 pounds. This isn't the typical way one would use this lifting device, though. Instead, the usual way to use it is to perform an inclined lift, during which the tool is capable of supporting up to 800 pounds. Since most humans weigh far less than that, it almost goes without saying that you'll be able to lift virtually anyone with this plastic aid.

Positive Points

  • Can be Used Almost Anywhere

    While this lifting tool has been designed with in-home use in mind, you'll be able to use it to help someone get up and onto their feet in almost any location. If you're out with an older loved one in the car, you may want to use it to help them rise out of the driver's seat or the passenger seat. Similarly, if someone with mobility issues takes a seat on the ground outdoors, you can offer them one end of this device when they need to get to their feet.

  • Promotes Independence

    Without a device like this one available, a senior or someone with mobility issues might choose to get an electric wheelchair in order to move around fairly quickly. However, if there's even one loved one who can hold a Liberty Lift tool for them on a regular basis, they may be able to keep standing and walking for much longer. That way, they'll lose only a bit of their freedom and independence, as opposed to the majority of it.

  • Simple Cleaning Process

    When you need to clean your Liberty Lift tool, this won't be a complicated task. You can opt to wipe it down with any common household cleaner or industrial cleaning solution, or if you have a dishwasher, it's safe to be put through that on the top shelf.

Negative Points

  • Can't Use Alone

    If you're completely alone and immobile, a Liberty Lift won't help you, as someone else must be hanging onto the other end to help you up. As someone with mobility issues, you could sit down in a public place and hope that someone would come along to help you, but there would be no guarantees.

  • Gripping Required

    Even if you've got someone to help you use this device on a regular basis, it's not going to be very useful for you if you can't get a good grip. If a temporary or permanent injury or disability has negatively affected your gripping skills, you may not be able to hold on tightly enough to allow another person to lift you.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Liberty Lift online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Liberty Lift online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Posted: 10 Sep 2020 Russ - (Vacaville, CA)

Never Received Cannot Contact

Well I guess I lost my money. Waste of my elderly mothers money from Social Security. Based on the reviews I have been had. Thanks a lot.

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Posted: 25 Aug 2020 EJ - (Santa Maria, CA)

This is certainly not a service friendly company. Once they have your money, they could care less about service. Wonder if I will ever received my product in time to use it.

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Posted: 20 Aug 2020 Pat M - (Aurora, CO)

Big Mistake

Called, never could get a human person, looks like they charged my credit card but got no confirmation number, no order number, no email to confirm the order. Not able to get anyone on the phone. When I was ordering on phone, the automated voice kept trying to sell me other products including magazines, finally had to hang up. Now not sure what to do. The best advice I can give is don't order from T.V. Commercials.

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Posted: 12 Aug 2020 Michael I Brown - (Sterling Heights, MI)

So Much Fun

After seeing this I knew it would be great fun. Offer assistance to anyone and once they are about halfway up let go of your end. Your Mark will go flying backward and you'll laugh and laugh.

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Posted: 15 Aug 2020 Fred

This guy is sadistic.

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Posted: 04 Aug 2020 Toes - (Marysville, WA)

It Works

Except when wife and I are BOTH laying or sitting down. Heh. Wishing there
we're more stars to award.

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Posted: 28 Jul 2020 KAREN A CUNNINGHAM - (Brooksville, FL)

Works as Advertised

I got mine in 10 days. Works great as I weigh 180 and my husband 300. I can get him up no problem, We are both 78 yrs old. The lift is very sturdy and well made. Bell & Howell is very good. Brand.

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Posted: 22 Jul 2020 Albert Harnois - (Baldwinsville, NY)

Stay Away!

No way to contact them once they have your money. They sent me a shipping confirmation, with links that don't work. Their customer service link is fake. When you all, you spend at least a half hour on hold, and maybe more, but I'm not sure as I always hand up after a half hour. The tracking number they provide is invalid. Do not order from these people.

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Posted: 15 Jul 2020 Robert Grisso - (Bakersfield, CA)

Charged Wrong Amount

I have written to you 3 times, no response. Your website is very confusing to order. I ordered 0ne (1) Liberty Lift but you are charging me for (2). Please correct my order or I will dispute it thru my bank. grissorobert2@gmail.com.

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Posted: 14 Jul 2020 Richard Willis - (Indianapolis, IN)

Ship ?

When will it ship? PLEASE ADVISE.

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Posted: 13 Jul 2020 Julie Henderson - (Charlevoix, MI)

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6-8 weeks for delivery? You people must be kidding! Ordering from Amazon!

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