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How the Mobile Stairlift Changes the Game

Posted on January 23 2019

How the Mobile Stairlift Changes the Game.

The Mobile Stairlift hit the market in 2016 to solve the need for cost-effective mobility aid for wheelchair users. After founder Shia Halpern’s father was faced with the growing need for assistance, the family found their options limited to costly track-riding stairchairs that would only work on a single staircase. Wanting to take “dad” wherever they went, Shia began creating a personalized solution that turned out so well it’s now changing the lives of wheelchair users and their families everywhere. These are some of the ways the Mobile Stairlift can help you practically support a loved one, and you, regain a sense of normalcy in your lives after a mobility impairment.

 

Putting Safety First

Being affordable doesn’t mean skimping on safety. The Mobile Stairlift is made from the strongest materials, most reliable electronics and engineered with the highest-rated safety features available. FDA-approved and backed by a 14-day money back guarantee and 1-year warranty, the team at Mobile Stairlift are ready to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to their belief that this stair climbing wheelchair won’t let you down.

 

Easy to Use

Being easy to use is important, especially when a wheelchair user will be relying on assistance to climb up and down staircases. The Mobile Stairlift is designed to be used safely with the help of two people, though many of our customers report that one assistant is more than enough. It’s easy to operate and comes ready to use straight of the box. Assembling it is simply a matter of unfolding, and it’s been designed to be a “Car-to-Bed” solution — the rider can get strapped in at the car and be carried all the way to the upstairs bedroom without needing to change seats at every new set of stairs.

 

Prioritizing Versatility

The Mobile Stairlift takes its claim to be portable very seriously. We’ve designed the lightest, strongest, and smallest mobility aid possible without compromising on safety. With one purchase, you gain a mobile stair chair that works on almost any staircase. And it’s so easy to fold up and put in your trunk that you can easily take it wherever you go. With a net weight of 62 lbs, and designed to do the heavy lifting, you also don’t run the risk of tiring yourself out before you’ve even reached your destination.

 

Move Confidently

Being designed as a truly portable solution means that The Mobile Stairlift helps you and your loved one socialize together, without needing to worry about whether places really understand what it means to be truly accessible (or ADA compliant). The Mobile Stairlift works on most floors — wood, cement, tiles and even carpets (provided they’ve been securely attached to the subfloor). It’s also able to climb stairs with a maximum stair rise of 12-inches, and 45° slope angle — way above the average height and angle of US stairs.

 

Value for Money

With Mobile Stairlift, you’re guaranteed value for money. With full FDA approval and with each purchase covered by warranty, you can rest assured you’re not throwing your money away. This stair chair carries up to 500 lbs on 120 flights of stairs on a single charge of the lithium-ion battery. Sensible design is in the little things — like the fact that each battery is affordable and available commercially. With Mobile Stairlift you don’t have to worry about investing in a seemingly lower price-tag only to be faced with an inferior product and expensive replacement parts. When we say “value for money” we mean it.

 

For a full list of specs, download The Mobile Stairlift brochure. Alternatively, reach out and contact us to order directly. One of our team would be happy to answer any of your questions and provide you with further details.

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