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Standing stairlifts enable a person to ascend or descend stairs in a standing position. They may be useful on a narrow staircase or if the person is unable to bend their knees. These stairlifts usually have one or two guard rails the user can hold onto during transit.
Perching stairlifts are similar to standing stairlifts but they provide a padded support underneath the buttocks, at a height which achieves a position between sitting and standing. These stairlifts usually have one or two guard rails that the user can hold onto during transit.
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Battery operated stairlift for straight stairs. Optional hinged rail and sit and stand frame for choice of perched or seated position.... Read more»
Standing or perching stairlift. Comprises safety barrier, and adjustable height perching platform. Options include: choice of footrest size, manual or powered hinged rail and colour options.... Read more»
Battery operated seated stairlift for straight stairs. Options include: powered swivel seat; perching seat; slimline or padded seat; manual or powered hinged track; powered footplate; adjustable he... Read more»
Battery operated seated stairlift for curved stairs. Options include: powered or manual seat to footplate links; full harness; ankle restraints; powered swivel seat; perching seat; powered and manua... Read more»
A stair lift with a sadle shaped seat, designed to help the user maintain a more upright posture and to accommodate a narrow staircase. Options: shorter footrest option; drop, hinged, run-off or ov... Read more»
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