Evacuate Down Stairs Safely With Mobile Stairlift

Not all storms are devastating but being unprepared for the ones that are can put your life in danger. If you or a loved one have a mobility impairment, it pays to be doubly prepared. In this guide, you’ll discover what you need to stay safe (and navigate stairs!) in a storm or any other emergency evacuation.

The guide offers you:

  • A snapshot of how the battery-operated Mobile Stairlift helps you evacuate stairs safely at short notice.
  • Two pull-out checklists summarize a plan that helps you prepare from before the storm warning sounds.
  • The confidence to evacuate or stay, knowing you’re prepared to weather the storm.
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An FDA-Approved Mobile Stairlift

Get out fast, but safely, with the FDA-approved Mobile Stairlift. This stair chair requires no track installation, and is your car-to-bed transport solution.

Your Portable Solution

The Mobile Stairlift is lightweight, folds up and transports easily, and comes ready-to-use (no tracks needed!). Pack it in a car, and take it with you to be able to take the stairs anywhere.

Portable Solution
Easily Operated

Easily Operated

The Mobile Stairlift is easy to operate and can be used with the help of just one person.

14-day Money Back Guarantee

14-day Money Back Guarantee

You’ll get a 100% refund on your purchase if you find the Mobile Stairlift doesn’t work for you. Ts & Cs Apply.

Gives a sense of independence

- DH, (via Google)

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"This chair gives a sense of independence to loved ones! It is truly amazing. It can be brought to any one of your families homes due to its portability. You have given hope back to so many people. Thank you Mobile Stairlift!"

Offers mobility and freedom to navigate the house

- Paul & Liora, Toronto, Canada  (via Google)

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"We live in a big house with extended family and the young grandchildren were very disturbed that Safta ( grandma ) could not join them for meals any longer. This was only evident to us when she first conquered the stairs to join the evening meal and complete our family. The children's joy was priceless and reflected in my wife's face.
I would venture a guess that the added mobility and freedom to navigate the house again, albeit with my help, has had an immense impact on her attitude and her medical progress"