Joerns Oxford Midi 180 Hoist

Product Code: Oxford Midi


£1,534.00 with VAT Relief
£1,840.80 inc. VAT

Product Specification

Max User Weight: 22 Stone
Service Contacts: Single Service £105.00. 2 Year Service contract £195. 3 Year service contract £285
Warranty: RTB / 12 month

RTB / 12 month
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Delivery & Assembly

Free within South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.

£50.00 outside these areas.

Delivery is what others call white glove service, which means we will deliver, set up and tested ready for you to use. We will explain and go through the product with you before we leave. You do not have to save packaging, it will not be left at the kerbside, you will not have to put it together yourself.

Please note: We only deliver to the UK mainland

Joerns Oxford Midi 180 Hoist- Manual Legs

Joerns Oxford Midi 180 Electric Leg Hoist – a perfect lifting hoist for transfers being compact and ideal for all spaces. Electric operation, hydraulic leg opening. An alternative version is available with electric operated legs using a hand control.

Thanks to its impressive performance for such a lightweight and compact person hoist, it has been described as the ‘gold standard’ in homecare. It’s a favourite in both nursing and community environments. It has a safe working load of 28 stones. Three interchangeable spreader bars means patients of different shapes and sizes can be lifted comfortably.

The high grade castors allow it to be moved easily and have an easy braking mechanism. Large, ergonomically designed push handles ease aid of movement. The legs can be opened to different width to allow the hoist to get as close as possible to the person being lifted. This allows the most comfortable and secure lifting. Easily open and close the leg with the push pads.

To charge the battery, simply remove it and charge with the desktop charger. The Smart Meter measures just how much ‘work’ the hoist is doing for diagnostic and maintenance purposes. Additionally, there’s a manually operated emergency descent function for added reassurance.

Click here to find out the difference between mobile hoists and standing aids.