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The Sadler stairlift

  • Perfect for those with limited movement in knees and hips
  • Slim stairlift profile makes it ideal for narrower staircases
  • Tilted seat for easier entry and exit
  • Immobiliser seatbelt prevents use until you are safely seated
  • Available in different heights to suit both taller and shorter people

Designed specifically for people with limited flexibility, the Stannah Sadler stairlift is a totally different concept in stairlift design.

The Sadler stairlift offers an alternative to traditional and perch-style stairlifts, helping users maintain a more upright posture at the same time taking as much of the weight through the seat, minimising the weight supported by the legs.

To see how the Sadler stairlift can help you make the most of your day and to arrange your free assessment, speak to a member of our team today.

Product Details

Key dimensions

Sadler for curved stairs

400mm overrun required at top of stairs
Maximum weight limit – 135kg/21 stone
Minimum staircase width: 650mm/25.6″ (dependent on user and requires shorter footrest option)

Key features

  • Fitted to the stairs not to the wall
  • Slim design ideal for narrow staircases
  • Designed specifically for people with limited flexibility
  • Ergonomically designed seatbelt with immobiliser
  • Light touch controls


Rental & Reconditioned

Reconditioned stairlifts come with the same quality assurance, for both straight and curved staircases. A pre-owned Stannah stairlift will always be tested rigorously by our team of engineers, and will only receive the Stannah reconditioned badge when it meets our own exacting standards of quality and safety. That’s why you can be certain, that when a refurbished Stannah stairlift is installed in your home, it is every bit as good as a new one – after all, it still has the Stannah family name on it.

Our rental scheme enables you to have all the benefits of a new or reconditioned Stannah stairlift, while paying for it one month at a time. We even offer rental on curved stairlifts. You won’t have to worry about servicing or costs as we take care of that and when you don’t need it any more we’ll come and remove it.

"Now I wonder how I struggled for so long before making up my mind. Life is so much easier now. Thank you all so much."
Mrs D, Surrey
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To see how the Sadler stairlift can help you to start enjoying the things you love doing most and to arrange your free assessment, speak to a member of the team today.

Complete the boxes below and arrange to have one of our friendly team call you to discuss the right stairlift solution for you.

Stairlift features

Helpful tilted seat

The Sadler’s innovative saddle-style seat lowers and raises with the user and together with its elevated position makes entry and exit easier and more convenient. Unlike a traditional perch the seat takes the user’s weight rather than their legs making the ride more comfortable.

Effortless arm-to-footrest link

Folding the arms will automatically fold the footrest, ensuring users do not have to bend to fold their stairlift at the top or bottom of the stairs.

Pressure sensitive safety edges

Sensors automatically detect any obstruction on your stairs, bringing your Sadler stairlift to an immediate stop.

Immobiliser seatbelt

Your retractable, secure seat belt fastens with one hand, so it is easy on arthritic hands. The Sadler stairlift will not operate unless your seatbelt is fastened.

Simple, intuitive controls

Our simple, intuitive controls have been designed to suit all, and are ideal for those with limited dexterity. Wall controls allow you to summon your Sadler stairlift from another floor, or perhaps send it up or down to someone else who wants to use it.

Elevated seating position

The higher seated position on the Sadler stairlift is ideal for those who have limited flexion in their knees or hips. It also helps on narrower staircases, especially for taller people.
Grants & VAT Options

You might be able to apply for a grant (Disabled Facilities Grant) from your local authority for a stairlift.

Grants & VAT
Guide to buying a stairlift

Once you’ve made the decision to get a stairlift, the next step is to find the right stairlift for you.

Buyer's guide
Reconditioned stairlifts

Did you know we also sell reconditioned stairlifts?