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    stairs?

    Does anyone with a manual chair have a method or piece of equipment to go up and down a number of stairs?

    #2
    Sterling Stairlift. Kind of slow, but its for elderly people, primarily. Work well, though.
    BeeBee

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      #3
      Check this out;

      http://www.planetmobility.com/store/...ine/index.html

      looks like the jimmy jam to me

      Dave

      Its better to beg forgiveness than ask permission!
      Dave

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        #4
        I suggest you set up a home eval with your local dealer. Some lifts require you to transfer while others don't, depending on how much room you have. I use an Inclinator lift, transfer model, and have had good results. It was $3100 installed... soup-to-nuts.

        C6/7



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          #5
          I was actually thinking more of the temporary kind - the kind that you could use for emergencys and be portable. I am sorry that I wasn't clearer in my first message.

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            #6
            Other than a lift, I'm not sure about the upward part. But for getting down, check outhttp://cripcollege.com/tricks.html.

            T8 Incomplete

            I have met the dragon. . .

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