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photograph of Stairmatic Mobile Stair Climber
Stairmatic Mobile Stair Climber
By Baronmead International Ltd
£4325
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • padded, high back seat
  • removable seat frame
  • fold up armrests
  • fold up footplate
  • safety strap
  • battery operated motor
  • heavy duty chain drives
  • lift and lower switch located on handle and automatic locking system
 
photograph of Alber Scalamobil S35 Stair Climber
£4995
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • fits to most makes of wheelchair via a bracket fitted to the wheelchair frame
  • stairclimber handles adjustable in height and width, cushion between handles for resting on thigh
  • pictogram display of functions
  • removeable rechargeable battery
  • dismantles into three parts for transportation
 
photograph of Alber Scalacombi S34 Eco
£3995
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • compact design
  • two safety brakes
  • adjustable height handles to three positions
  • integral seat
  • Soft Step gearing mechanism designed to protect stair surface
  • integral rechargeable battery with battery level indicator
  • dismantles for storage and transportation
 
photograph of Wheelchair Carrying Stairclimber
£4995
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • twin rubber tracks
  • upright column support for wheelchair
  • head support
  • handles
  • battery with visual indicator
  • visual stair gradient
  • emergency stop button and safety contact on steering bar
 
photograph of Wheelchair Carrying Stairclimber
£4995
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • twin rubber tracks
  • upright column support for wheelchair
  • head support
  • handles
  • battery with visual indicator
  • visual stair gradient
  • emergency stop button and safety contact on steering bar
 
photograph of Alber Scalacombi
Alber Scalacombi
By Ulrich Alber
£4995
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • stairclimber handles adjustable in height and width, cushion between handles for resting on thigh
  • pictogram display of functions
  • removeable rechargeable battery
  • dismantles into three parts for transportation
 
photograph of C-max Powered Stairclimber
£3600
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • steel frame
  • front castor wheels
  • puncture proof rear wheels
  • one-piece footrest
  • padded seat and backrest
  • extendible rear handles
  • two safety brakes
 
photograph of S-max Powered Stairclimber
£4100
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • drive unit with two wheels
  • locating device
  • handles extending to the side and control pad on one handle
 
photograph of C-max Powered Stairclimber
£3600
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • steel frame
  • front castor wheels
  • puncture proof rear wheels
  • one-piece footrest
  • padded seat and backrest
  • extendible rear handles
  • two safety brakes
 
photograph of S-max Powered Stairclimber
£4100
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • drive unit with two wheels
  • locating device
  • handles extending to the side and control pad on one handle
 
photograph of Stairmate Major Stair Climber
£10495
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • base with caterpillar treads
  • platform with side rails
  • rear panel
  • headrest
  • steering handles
  • detachable battery pack
  • stair angle indicator
  • seat belt
 
photograph of Stairmate Major Stair Climber
£10495
Information quality:


Supplier rating:
  • base with caterpillar treads
  • platform with side rails
  • rear panel
  • headrest
  • steering handles
  • detachable battery pack
  • stair angle indicator
  • seat belt
 

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The code of practice is governed by an audit scheme which meets the requirements of the United Kingdom accreditation service (UKAS).
Indicates whether the company is a member of the Lift and Escalator Industry Association (LEIA) or not. LEIA is the trade association and advisory body for the lift and escalator industry. Its members have signed up to a code of practice which includes measures intended to ease consumer concerns and remove undesirable trade practices.