The ReTurn Belt can be used with the ReTurn sit-to-stand transfer aids to provide extra support and stability for those with weak legs. It can also be used to help secure the user in an upright position. The belt is comfortable and is made from high quality and durable materials that won’t slip.
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£150.00 £125.00 ex VAT
About the ReTurn Belt
The ReTurn Belt has been designed to be used in conjunction with the ReTurn sit-to-stand transfer aids to provide extra support.
The Belt sits comfortable around the user’s waist and can be easily attached to the ladder on the ReTurn transfer aid to help support the user when they stand. The belt additionally helps the patient with stability especially for those with weak legs and questionable weight bearing abilities. The belt can also be used to help secure the patient in an upright position.
Made from high quality polyamid that has been coated in nylon. The nylon acts to repel moisture and liquids, which is especially important in a bathroom environment. While the polyamid is durable and can withstand a large amount of weight. The fabrics also prevents the belt rising or slipping which could lead to discomfort or pain.
Available in a large variety of sizes to best suite your individual needs.
- Water repellent
- Available in several sizes
- Supports transfers
For more information please read the product specification.
ReTurn Belt Specification
|Measurement (extra small)
|800 mm to 900 mm (31” to 35”)
|900 mm to 1050 mm (35” to 41”)
|1050 mm to 1250 mm (41” to 49”)
|1250 mm to 1450 mm (49” to 57”)
|Measurement (extra large))
|1350 mm to 1550 mm (53” TO 61”)
|Maximum User Weight
|205 kg (32 stone)
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Delivery and Returns
Delivery of this product will be made directly from the distributor in approximately 3-5 working days.
If you have any questions about the product or need to return it to us, in the first instance please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our customer services department on 0800 910 1864
Please note that Royal Mail deliveries are highly likely to be affected by strike action in the next two months. This may add 2-3 days to normal delivery speeds.