Solo HighBack

Can be used in all lifting situations

Solo HighBack is a patient specific general purpose sling

Solo HighBack can be used in all lifting situations, for instance, between bed and wheelchair and to the toilet.

ISO Standards Approved

500 kgMaximum user weight

Model: 25

Extension Loop Instruction Guide

Extension Loop Instruction Guide, (219.9 kb)

Lifting Solutions Brochure

Lifting Solutions Brochure, (1.4 mb)

Slings Care and Laundering

Slings Care and Laundering, (87.3 kb)

Slings Overview Brochure

Slings Overview Brochure, (364.2 kb)

Slings Product List

Slings Product List, (696.8 kb)

Solo HighBack Instruction guide

Solo HighBack Instruction guide, (256.7 kb)

SoloDisposable Product Leaflet

SoloDisposable Product Leaflet, (221 kb)


Many of our products are sourced from different manufacturers and suppliers who have their own individual Warranty Policies.  A general guide explaining warranty coverage can be found below.

Any item purchased is warranted from the date of purchase against faults arising due to defects in materials or manufacturing.

Warranty does not cover parts or electrical components damaged by misuse, neglect, accident or impropper installation, nor those tampered with, altered or serviced by an agency not authorized by the manufacturer.

Warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, eg tyres and tubes.

All warranty claims must be returned to us for assessment.


Solo HighBack comes in four different sizes (M/S, M, L, XL). The sling is designed to adapt itself to the patient without any individual adjustments.

It is important to choose the correct size to achieve the highest level of comfort and safety. A sling which is too large increases the risk of the patient's sliding out of it, while one which is too small can be tight-fitting.

Solo HighBack is made of a very strong non-woven fabric, and is to be disposed of when it has become soiled or when the patient no longer needs it.

Fabric: Non-Woven Polypropylene



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ISO Standards Approval

Australian Standards have been developed to ensure equipment meets recognised safety and reliability criteria. To achieve this status, equipment must pass a series of tests in which it is put under difficult conditions that are designed to be similar to those that the child or adult may face when the equipment is used. For example, wheelchairs are tested for safhas gained Australian Standard acceptance, it provides a sense of satisfaction and reassurance that it is safe to be used and will do the job.

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