Wispa Mobile Hoist

£2,118.00 Ex. VAT, £2,541.60 Inc. Vat

The risk of sustaining injury can be greatly reduced by selecting appropriate equipment and by using it effectively. When choosing a mobile hoist, factors such as the environment in which it will be used – particularly space availability, floor surfaces and storage should be considered.

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Mobile hoists are designed to aid transfer, not for moving patients over distance. A Ceiling Mounted hoist is more appropriate in this situation.

In addition, the hoist user-their type of disability, size and required level of independence should influence selection. For the carer, their physical strength and size are important factors.


  • Quick, rechargeable battery – only 3 hours from flat
  • Extensive lifting range – from the floor to a high hospital bed
  • 158 kg (25 stone) maximum load
  • Quiet, smooth action
  • Large castors 125mm (5″) at rear aid steering and can be locked when in use
  • Low leg height allows usage with a hi-lo bed
  • Leg adjusting handle for quick and easy leg opening/closing. Allows the hoist to fit around a wheelchair or to close to pass through a narrow doorway.
  • Complies with British, European and International standard BS EN ISO 10535


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