Van Gogh makes an impression

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Dolphin Lifts describes its Van Gogh stairlift as the most stylish, compact and innovative stairlift ever developed. Designed by Dutch manufacturer, Freelift, the Van Gogh stairlift is transmitter controlled, eliminating the use of flex, cables and cable channels. Instead, a compact, single tubular rail, measuring less than eight centimetres allows the chair to ascend and descend the stairs silently and effortlessly while maximising space on the stairs for other users. The end of the rail folds up automatically after use to prevent it from being an obstruction. Designed for safety, the Van Gogh Freelift accelerates gradually and stops smoothly. It adjusts its speed to the bends in the staircase and should it encounter an obstacle stops immediately. Using a Swiss precision motor that comes with a lifetime guarantee, the lift draws its energy from two batteries that charge automatically and, in the event of power failure, will ensure the lift continues to operate for a considerable time. Both the chair and rail

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