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02-12-2017 19:26
dghr272 Guys hil26 post goes back 8 years !
02-12-2017 18:15
redkite93 not sure if its the same one, but seen one on www.motorstep.net which has a weight limit of 20 stone.
02-12-2017 12:35
thowes
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Originally Posted by hil26 View Post
That's the one, had a chat with Dolphin rep who gave a price of just under £1700 (no vat for obvious reasons) for 350mm platform and a 3 week minium delivery.

Did not wish to spend that sort of money at this time as second hand I have seen them for £350 ish but they are always sold by the time I get to find them.
Hi what weight does it take?
10-02-2012 12:38
worksoppaul Hi, If you still require New Power step may be able to help get a better price
20-10-2011 01:28
picasso02
power step

I have one for sale at £400 I aM based in Essex contact me if interested email me racram28@yahoo.co.uk
03-07-2009 13:53
hil26
Quote:
Originally Posted by Superk
Is this what you had in mind?:
Powerstep Lift



Keith
That's the one, had a chat with Dolphin rep who gave a price of just under £1700 (no vat for obvious reasons) for 350mm platform and a 3 week minium delivery.

Did not wish to spend that sort of money at this time as second hand I have seen them for £350 ish but they are always sold by the time I get to find them.
03-07-2009 12:53
Superk Is this what you had in mind?:
Powerstep Lift

Powerstep Lifts are unique and designed to enable negotiation of one or two steps up to a height of 600mm (24”).
With their compact design and foldable platforms and hinging option, they can fit where others cannot .
Each Powerstep has been designed with a comprehensive range of safety and user features.

Emergency manual operation
Anti-trap switches under platform
Rising column handles give added support and security
Anti-slip platforms - choice of finishes
Optional Steady bar or handrails for added safety (recommended for heights over 300mm)
Limit switches provide automatic stops on permanent installations
CE marked
Push button control stops lift immediately on release
Smooth jerk free movement
Geared screw drive, prevents dropping
Folding platform for convenience
One year warranty (parts and labour)
Variable travel up to a height of 600 mm (24 inches)


Keith
03-07-2009 12:29
cronkle You might find that a chat with these people would be helpful:

http://www.tailliftuk.com/mobility.html

or

http://www.palfinger.com/palfinger/14142_EN

or a chat with your local Occupational Therapy department.

Good luck
03-07-2009 12:06
hil26
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Originally Posted by Gavel
Hi Dave, We bought a bath hoist in an auction and I have adapted it for my wife who has MS. So far it has cost me under £20. Try local car boot sales or auctions or ebay. Martyn MBE
Thanks - we had a local "Care and Repair" builder come and form a ramp up to the front door and asked him to do some ambulant disabled steps into the garden - he did, nad she manges them OK, he built some timber steps so we could try them with a motorhome nad she was able to use them with very little problem.

We are now the proud owners of an Ace Roma which has a large "garage" wher we can store all manner of things including the steps which are quyite light - only got charged for the timber.

Looking forward to picking it up week after next and getting away in it.

many thanks for all the replies.
24-06-2009 22:17
Gavel Hi Dave, We bought a bath hoist in an auction and I have adapted it for my wife who has MS. So far it has cost me under £20. Try local car boot sales or auctions or ebay. Martyn MBE
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