Stannah Starla Curved Stairlift
The Stannah Starla stairlift is a high-end stairlift. The Starla is one of the most customisable stairlifts on the market it can be completely designed to suit the interior of your home. The simple-to-use Starla stairlift has been designed to make your life easier and will help you to rediscover your independence
Stannah Starla (260)
The Starla stairlift offers more customisable options than any other Stannah stairlift. Its been designed not only to look elegant but with ergonomics in mind to ensure your comfort and safety.
The Starla is the latest addition to the Stannah stairlift family. Its specially designed seat makes it one of the most ergonomic chairs available, with great attention paid to ensuring user comfort and safety.
The simple-to-use Starla stairlift has been designed to make your life easier and will help you to rediscover your independence.
The Stannah Starla also has more custom options than any other stairlift available and can be tailor-made to suit the interior of your home, whether it is contemporary or classic.
The slimline rail and fold-away chair make the best use of available space, and leave enough room for others to use the staircase.
Installed in just a few hours, the Starla makes it easier and safer to get up and down stairs, saving you the trouble and expense of moving to a new home.
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The first thing to remember is that all stair lifts were not created equal! Although there is an ever growing demand for stair lift equipment, it is truly amazing how many out dated products are being installed in peoples homes throughout theUK. This old technology equipment can be troublesome for the user - why? - because it's unreliable. Things have moved on since the days of chain drives and trailing cables.
Modern stair lifts, like the Stannah Starla Stair Lift, are state of the art, in terms of design and manufacture, yet are so simple to install and maintain.
As with most things - there is a baffling amount of choice out there in the marketplace. When choosing a piece of equipment like a stair lift, it is important to ensure that you are making like-for-like comparisons. Think carefully when buying this type of product via the internet. Your first real opportunity to clearly see the features, engineering (and limitations) of your new stair lift, are when it arrives on your doorstep.
Loaded with features
Arm Isolation – For added safety, the stairlift won't be able to move until the armrest closet to the ground floor is fully lowered.
Seat load sensor – Stannah have installed a sensor in the seat that detects when you are sitting down. The stairlift won't operate until you are safely seated.
Easy-to-use seatbelt – To offer you even more security, and to accomodate those with less dexterity, Stannah have specifically designed a seatbelt that can easily be fastened with one hand.
Safety Edges – In the event that something obstructs the stairlift, sensors on the edge of the carriage and footrest will automatically bring the stairlift to a safe stop.
Quick Installation - Installed in just a few hours, the Starla makes it easier and safer to get up and down stairs, saving you the trouble and expense of moving to a new home
Who are Stannah Stairlifts?
Stannah Lifts Holdings Ltd is a manufacturer of lifts based in Andover, Hampshire. Founded in 1867 in London as a crane and hoist manufacturer, the company began to produce lifts shortly after. Although varying types of lifts are manufactured by the company, it is best known for its stairlifts with which the company's name has become synonymous.
The company was founded in London in 1867 by Joseph Stannah, who had worked as an engineer since the 1820s. Initially a manufacturer of cranes and hoists for transporting ships' cargo, the company began to make hand-powered passenger lifts at the turn of the 20th century. Its first headquarters were located on Southwark Bridge Road, before moving to Bankside in the early 20th century. The company remained here until the site was destroyed during the London Blitz. The chairman at the time, Leslie Stannah, built new headquarters at Tiverton Street, Southwark using compensation money awarded to the company.