Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
Dupion Industries, LLC announces the market introduction of the Stand-Up Assistant™ --a patented device designed to help the user stand up easily and without assistance from an upholstered couch, chair, loveseat or bed. (The Stand-Up Assistant™ is protected by U.S. Patent #6,332,232 B1 and patent pending.)
The 13-pound device is constructed of steel with sturdy hand-grips. Simple assembly is required. The Stand-Up Assistant™ can support individuals up to 500 pounds, with adjustable heights and widths to accommodate any body size. Furthermore, the device is portable, moves easily to another sofa, chair or bed, and easily transforms into a compact, transportable assembly.
According to Sheldon Kopin, President of Dupion Industries, LLC, makers of the Stand-Up Assistant™, "The Stand-Up Assistant™ is like no other stand-assist device on the market. Most are not well-anchored; and when used on a bed, they simply fit between the box spring and mattress, rather than being firmly affixed to the bed rail for extra stability--as is the Stand-Up Assistant™. This device provides exceptional comfort and ease of balance, leverage and stability. Even the hand-grips can be adjusted to any one of four directions."
Who Needs the Stand-Up Assistant™?
The Stand-Up Assistant™ is ideal for elderly individuals, persons with arthritis or those with chronic conditions who may have difficulty rising from upholstered chairs, couches or beds. It is also a very useful device for anyone recovering from injury or illness. The device provides assistance for persons recuperating from knee or hip replacements.
Also, sitting or standing exercises with the Stand-Up Assistant™ can be therapeutic for arms, legs, back and shoulder muscles.
The Stand-Up Assistant™ can be used as an aid in hospital settings, therapy centers, and nursing and rehabilitation facilities.
The cost of the unit is $249. Bed brackets can be ordered for $25. The Stand-Up Assistant™ is available only online at http://www.StandUpAssistant.com. Questions can be directed to Sheldon Kopin via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Toll-Free, 1-888-317-8657.