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Sunlift Mini Mobile Hoist
Sunlift Mini Mobile Hoist
Sunlift Mini Mobile HoistSunlift Mini Mobile Hoist

Sunlift Mini Mobile Hoist

Compact portable mobility hoist, ideal for home use

Easy to use mobile hoist Lightweight, strong & manoeuvrable Ideal for home or care home use Makes transferring patients safer Fully adaptable to users needs

The Sunlift Mini Hoist is easy to handle and has the lifting capacity to cover requirements of care in the home. Designed to move easily in small spaces, the Mini makes transferring patients safer and is flexible enough to pick up a person from the floor. The portable hoist can also be simply dismantled for storage or transport, making it ideal for home use where space is limited. The mobility hoist has a safe working load of 130 kg (20st). Smaller and larger versions are also available.


Safe working load 130 kg (20st)
Max. total length 1120mm (44")
Min. total length 1090mm (43")
Max. total height 1865mm (73")
Min. total height 1255mm (49")
Max. spreader bar height 1610mm (63")
Min. spreader bar height 460mm (18")
Turning circle 1240mm (49")
External width legs open 1055mm (41")
Internal width legs open 980mm (38")
External width legs closed 535mm (21")
Internal width legs closed 455mm (18")
Total leg height 100mm (4")
Clearance over floor 20mm (")
Front castors 75mm (3")
Rear castors 100mm (4")
Weight mast & boom 19kg (41.88lb)
Weight base assembly 14kg (30.86lb)
Weight batteries 2.9kg (6.39lb)
Batteries (capacity)
2 x 12v Free maintenance gell (2.9 Amph)
Charger input current 230v / 50Hz

User Weight Limit:



Sunlift Mini Mobile Hoist


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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 November, 2017.