"Very pleased with the service received from Mangar"
"I am very pleased with the service I get from you. Thank you very much. "
Mrs E Shirley,
"Even after the initial problem the customer service was excellent and a replacement control unit was provided next day. I LOVE my bath chair!!"
"Very happy with service. Quick, reliable, friendly. "
"Within a year of introducing the ELK, sickness had reduced by 10% saving the service over £300,000"
South Western Ambulance,
"‘I was surprised how strong and durable the cushion is and how easy it is to use. It’s a handy piece of equipment for the team to have and will help protect us from potential injuries and provide a safe lift for our patients.’"
Nick Richards Ozzati, Community First Responder
"Ward Byrne called in this morning to demonstrate the 'Camel'. He gave a brilliant demonstration and we were so impressed with the Camel that we ordered one straight away, particularly as my 91 year old mother fell in the early hours of this morning and it would have saved hours of her on her bottom on the floor.
We were so impressed with the rigidness of the 'seat' and its stability too. Also it is up and running and doing its job in a very short time too. I look forward to receiving the Camel as soon as it is possible.
"This morning we had a visit from Mr Byrne whom we had contacted re buying a bathing cushion. He arrived exactly on time and was most efficient and pleasant in demonstrating how the cushion works.
We had bought a Mangar cushion some eight years ago - also from Mr Byrne - and the more modern airflo pump is substantially different from the original.
Mr Byrne was extremely patient in explaining how to operate the new pump as I confess that I’m a complete technophobe!
My husband and I feel that Mr Byrne is a great asset to your company and we will have no hesitation in calling on his services in future or in recommending Mangar to any of our friends.
"The concept of lifting awkward etc loads by inflating an air cushion underneath them is I think simple and effective - I recall my late father who was in charge of maintaining RAF bomber planes at various airfields in WW2 saying they often used such methods to lift aircraft that had belly-landed etc. So your product is really a well-conceived variation on this theme.
Personally, it means to me quite simply the freedom of being able to take a bath which I hadn't been able to do without very great difficulty because of lack of balance after brain surgery and lack of use of one arm as a result of a rotator cuff fracture meaning that I can't lift myself out of a normal bath without a lot of assistance.
So, I now wouldn't want ever to be without this aid.
"We received a complaint from a member of the public that an elderly relative had fallen in the hospital during visiting time. They had asked staff for help to get up and been lifted using a hoist.
This had caused the elderly visitor some distress. They felt a hoist was undignified and shouldn’t be used on ‘non-patients’.
I had come across the Mangar Camel before and recognised that for uninjured people who have fallen, an inflatable lifting cushion provides a comfortable, dignified lift while still protecting staff from injury.
I recommended the introduction of Camels into our hospitals. We now keep the lifting cushions stored centrally and easily accessible on medical wards."
Kevin, Good Hope Hospital