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Age UK Simplicity Plus
The Age UK Simplicity Plus Straight Stairlift adapts to fit you (for example the controls of the lift can be put on the side which is most accessible to you) and your staircase and has an easy to use manual swivel chair which ensures safe disembarkation at the top of the staircase on every journey.
- Smart seat with a choice of six colours
- Manual swivel seat as standard
- Powered swivel seat option available
- Powered folding footrest and seat option available
- 7 safety cut-out sensors for total peace of mind
- Battery power for smooth reliable movement and battery backup in case of a power cut
- Two hand held remote controls that ensure other users can use the lift at the push of a button
- Powered seat options available to make it easier to dismount the stairlift if you have limited mobility
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"We are delighted with our stairlift"
" My wife is now able to travel upstairs to bed once again. The whole process has been complete in a most professional, helpful and efficient manner and we are delighted with our stairlift. "K Pearson
"Service was first class"
" Service was first class. I am delighted. The surveyor was great and spoke to me in a way that I understood everything. Thank you. "Mr Shaw
Stairlift options to suit your home
The style of your primary staircase in your home will dictate the type of stairlift you decide upon. If you have straight stairs, then the most natural choice is straight stair lifts. Straight stairlift tracks can only travel in straight lines, so if your household has two consecutive straight staircases that are joined by a landing, then you may want to consider curved stairlifts or what is known as a transfer platform stairlift. This choice will depend upon the user’s level of mobility. For more information, see the stairlift tips and advice section, with reference to the guide ‘how to choose a stairlift’.
Stairlift advice from a name you can trust
Even though struggling with the stairs is a common problem that affects many across the UK, the decision to install a stairlift is significant and comes with many questions. You may be concerned about the running costs, how to decide where to buy a stairlift and finding a stairlift provider you can trust.
Handicare and Age UK Trading CIC work to provide excellent high-quality products at a fair stairlift price.This starts by providing a free no-obligation home visit, where an advisor will answer any questions that may arise, conduct a home survey and ask you about your mobility needs. The home visit will help decide whether a straight stairlift is the right choice for you. For further information, please see the dedicated stairlift tips and advice guide on this website.
Peace of Mind Guarantee
For complete peace of mind, all of Age UK Mobility's range of straight track stairlifts come with a 2-year warranty as standard and each stairlift also undergoes rigorous safety testing before they are distributed and installed.
As well as straight stairlifts, Handicare offers a full range of solutions for other staircases, including those for curved staircases, allowing the stairlift to turn a corner. Reconditioned stairlifts are also available alongside the stairlift range. View the full range of stairlifts.
Our Stairlift Service and Support
An Age UK stairlift provides real value. Not only do Handicare provide high quality and reliable stairlifts, but they also provide a No Quibbles Price Promise. If a similar product is found with equivalent specification and service levels at a lower price, please get in touch and the price you have found will be matched with no quibbles.
As well as the Age UK Mobility Price Promise, there is much more to the service and support on offer to those who purchase a Handicare stairlift. Find out more about the service and support provided to stairlift customers.