Choose your most convenient seat
The seat for the 2000 is available in two variations to suit individual needs.
The seat is supplied with wipe clean, flame retardant upholstery. You can even replace upholstery later should you wish to change your colour scheme.
The Perch seat proved the ideal option for users with limited hip and knee flexibility. A Perch seat means that the user is almost in a standing position when they are using the lift. There is a shortened seat and retractable seat belt which provide a stable support area for users to ‘perch’ on.
You may want to choose a powered footplate that will automatically fold your footrest up or down when your seat is folded. This removes the need for you to bend.
All Handicare stairlifts come with two remote controls as standard, so you can have one upstairs and one downstairs. This means you can send your stairlift up and down the track without having to sit on it. This not only allows you to park at the top or bottom of the stairs, it is ideal for multi-user situations as your stairlift can be called between levels, just like an elevator.
Swivelling your seat
The seat of the 2000 can be swivelled at the top of the staircase. You have the choice of a powered or manual swivel function.
Safety as a standard
Rapid response safety sensors stop the stairlift if it meets with an obstruction during travel. Once the obstruction is removed the stairlift can continue on its journey.
Your stairlift will also come with a seat belt as standard for additional peace of mind. All Handicare stairlifts have an easily accessible key switch that allows you to disable the lift and prevent unauthorized use. You do not need to worry about unsupervised children playing with your stairlift.