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A stairlift specifically designed for people who have issues bending at the knee. The lift allows the user to perch gently on the higher seat or stand upright.

Perch stairlift

Designed for users who have trouble bending at the knee, the Acorn Perch Stairlift still allows the user to travel in safety and comfort.

  • Suitable for those with knee troubles
  • Suitable for narrow staircases
  • Safe, comfortable and easy to use

Sit/Stand stairlift

Designed for multiple users with different requirements, the Acorn Sit/Stand Stairlift allows the user to either sit or stand.

  • Sit or stand - it's your choice
  • Suitable for narrow staircases
  • Safe, comfortable and easy to use

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