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Used Car & Home Lift Device For Sale

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#1 Primary Caregiver

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Posted 17 July 2009 - 01:32 PM

Hi. I have a used Multi-Lift device for sale. My disabled father used the car components for 2+ years; the wall units have never been used. It allows you to make any vehicle accessible to somebody in a wheelchair. It's a great tool and in great shape, and after trying to sell it independently, we have decided to put it on Ebay. We are starting the 7 day auction at $199.99 on 17 July. Here's the full description:

Multi-lift device provides electronic lifting for individuals with limited physical ability.

See http://accessunlimit...-lift-home.html for full details and photos of the device in use.

Three different bases: 1 for a vehicle and 2 are wall units.

Electrically powered lift can been plugged into car lighter or in-home adaptor unit that connects to outlet.

This unit includes:

Electronic, portable lift device that plugs into car outlet and adaptor

White, full-body machine-washable sling that supports the back and legs with four points of connection to device and handles at back for maneuvering by caregiver

Accessories for connecting device to car, including brace that must be installed in the car and equipment pieces that allow maneuvering

Accessories for connecting device to walls, including two wall-braces that must be installed and maneuvering pieces

Electrical adaptor to connect car plug into wall electrical

Two sets of electrical adaptor back up cords and hardware

Container of heavy duty drywall screws for assembly on walls

Two owner's manuals

The wall units were never used, and the car unit allowed a fully disabled man to ride in the front of a fuel-saving car with only a seatbelt for three years. Great alternative to spending lots of money to purchase a van or for ambulette transportation, and it allowed a fully disabled man to go anywhere without waiting for ambulettes.

Once installed, the multi-lift pieces are easy to dis/assemble and can be transported anywhere.

You will love the freedom of the Access Unlimited Multi-lift device

If you are interested in getting this at a significant discount, go see the item on Ebay.

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Posted 11 October 2009 - 10:31 PM

do you still have the multi lift for sale? thanks, diane

#3 Ipraise4


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Posted 25 November 2012 - 07:39 AM

Hello, do you still have the Multi Lift? If so, how much are you selling it for?


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