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Stair aid - Stair climbing handrail aid

stair climbing wall unit


stair climbing machine/aid

It is designed to assist people who need little help with the stairs and don’t want a stairlift. Also people who are recovering from knee and Hip replacements


StairAID is an innovative and inexpensive way of allowing the user the freedom to live at home and continue to use their stairs even if their mobility is restricted through anything from a sports injury to a permanent disability.

Easily removable when not in use.

Ideal for rehabilitation.

The stair climbing machine allows a user with restricted mobility to safely and easily use their own stairs.

Unique double hand grip gives a lower grip for climbing up and a higher one for coming down the stairs.

Can be easily removed from the climbing hand rail for discreet storage or short term use leaving a standard hand rail in place.

Easy to fit

The highly polished durable steel brackets, handrail, ratchet and protective cover are supplied already screwed to the timber backing support. The complete stair climbing machine is fixed to the stair wall. The StairAID unit then easily slides on (and off) the hardwood hand rail.

How it works

stair climbing customer

It is simple, but the details of the stair climber have actually taken years to develop. The handrail glides up freely and is locked in place by a ratchet system designed specifically for this purpose. Like all great inventions, it took minutes to conceive, but years to develop.

It currently retails at just £499 + VAT & fitting.

To find out how the innovative stair climbing machine can help you please get in touch:

+44 (0)7920 773198


Additional info:


The StairAID handgrip slides easily along the hand rail, up or down the stairs. Unlike similar systems it does not use mechanical friction to grip the handrail when weight is put on it, so it does not judder or stick when being moved.

As the bottom of the handgrip is moved outward by just 3mm, it disengages from the toothed strip below and can be easily moved forward the desired amount. When it is returned to its upright position, it re-engages securely in the toothed strip, preventing further movement and can be pulled or leaned on.


The handgrip is two tiered both for greater security and confidence, and to provide a variety of hand hold positions. A higher grip is more secure coming down from higher steps, a lower one when climbing up, for example.











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