Harmar Summit Indoor Stair Lift
The call switches for the chair at each end are terrible eye sores.
steve s. from american fork, ut (caregiver)
The chair works and gets someone either up or down the stairs.
All of the accessory equipment that must be seen is an aesthetic nightmare. A simple foot switch at each end, on the track would be much better.
Reviewed on 10/24/2016
gordon and nancy r. from worland, wy
Couldn't go up and down stairs- now I can!
Easy to install and to use.
Reviewed on 09/29/2016
bobby s. from wichita, ks (caregiver)
My wife uses the chair so as to have access to the basement of our home.
Easy to install.
The product is fine but instructions to install are confusing.
Reviewed on 07/23/2016
lois l. from americus, ks
79 year old women with severe heart disease. Unable to walk up steps at all.
Reviewed on 06/19/2016
keith p. from terre haute, in
Veterinarian 64 yrs young. Lost left foot above the ankle. Has 2 story emergency clinic. Makes his work day a lot easier
Reviewed on 04/21/2016
This is the cheapest stairlift - I would have paid more for a better one
john b. from houston, tx
lung cancer causes shortness of breath
Noisy, old technology (cable driven)
Reviewed on 04/09/2016
james r. from white lake, wi
The user of this product is an 82 year old female with lung problems.The washer and dryer are in the basement so a stair lift is necessary.
This gives a person a feeling of independence.
I can find any weaknesses of this product.
Reviewed on 10/18/2015
james a. from wideman, ar
I am elderly.
The cord was shorter than the one that came with my other stair lift.
Reviewed on 08/12/2015
alfred j. from butte, mt (caregiver)
My husband uses the stair lift. He has neuropothy in his feet and many hip and knee surgeries.
Very sturdy, easy to operate
Reviewed on 03/15/2015
ed g. from earleville, md (caregiver)
Used for ease of access to the basement for clothes washing, etc
Obviously ease of access to the basement for someone with bad knees
So far there are none
Reviewed on 03/11/2015