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A wheelchair lifting stair climber with an automatic braking to stop safely on the stairs.

See The Jacob Wheelchair In Action


A wheelchair lifting stair climber with an automatic braking to stop safely on the stairs.

Personal Mobility

  • Our products incorporate the latest assistive robotic technology with two methods used to ascend and descend stairs.
  • The wheelchair lift and chair lift use rubber tracks.
  • All products are battery-powered, portable, and can lift between 169 -180 kg.
  • Most products weigh less than 27kg, with many fitting in the boot of a car.
  • None require any type of personal installation and require little or no maintenance.
  • All products come with a two year guarantee on the frame and one year for batteries.

Reliable Equipment

Maintenance-Free Brushless Electric Motors With long-lasting Lithium-Ion Batteries


12 Months Warranty on all of our Stair Climbers


Available Australia Wide

First Class Robust Designs

Designed using only high quality & highly durable materials

Name Jacob
Purpose Wheelchair lift
Climbing method Track
Lifting capacity 169kg
Battery 24V
Weight of battery 3kg
Steps per minute 45-55 variable
Steps per charge 900 -1200
Material Aluminum Alloy
Net Weight 29Kg
Automatic Brake Yes
  • Jacob can move a passenger and their wheelchair up and down stairs easily, safely and smoothly.
  •  The combination of the rubber tracks and powerful motor carries up and down many flights of stairs on a single charge.
  • Jacob can be folded for transport and storage purposes and fits in the boot of a medium sized car.
  • Different size wheelchairs are accommodated,  and Jacob (unlike some of its competitors) can manage kids wheelchairs from a minimum width between wheels of 480mm. The maximum size is 680mm.
  • Jacob has an automatic braking feature which allows it to stop safely on the stairs.

Stair Requirements

  • Stair; ≥ 60cm Wide
  • Max Stair Angle: ≤70 Degrees
  • Max Distance Between Stairs; ≤ 70cm
  • Min Turning Space Or Landing; 120cm X 110cm
  • Straight Stairs; Yes
  • Curved Stairs; No
  • Jacob Can Lift Wheelchairs 48- 68 Cm In Width

Person requirements

  • Operators should practice without passengers until familiar with its operation.
Height 112-150cm
Width 56cm
Min thickness 63cm
Tyre dimensions 4 castors

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Are Stair Climbers' Products Easy To Operate?

YES. We provide instructions on how to use the stair-climbers. We also provide a live Zoom instructional video which is recorded and we provide access to. We recommend people start using at a slow speed, without a load and then gradually increase the load. Most people can operate any of the stair-climbers safely and efficiently with 15-30 minutes practice.

All Types Of Stairs?

YES, more or less. Staircases should be at least 60 cm wide. If there is a landing, the minimum dimension should be at least 1.1m, and if it is a return stairwell, at least 1.2m. Choose your stair climber to match your stairs. The paddle-style cannot be used on a tight spiral staircase.  The track style can only be used on a straight staircase or a straight staircase with a return stairwell. The stair climbers will work on different surfaces eg wood, concrete, steel mesh, etc. They will also work on carpet but cannot be used on loose carpet.

Do The Batteries Last A Long Time?

YES.  You can go up or down up to 1500 steps on one charge – that is about 50 flights of stairs. The stair-climbers may do fewer steps on slow speed setting. There is no need for a second battery with any Stair Climbers device!

Ongoing Maintenance?

Not really an issue. Stair-climbers use brushless motors with lithium batteries which should give years of trouble-free use. The motor is in a sealed unit (IPX4 rating making it rainproof) and does not require any maintenance as this would break its waterproof seal. Stair Climbers are built to last and do not require any other maintenance, other than ensuring nothing is loose. If something is loose, do not use until the bolt, nut or screw is tightened. Proprietary tools and specialist technicians are not required. On the Apollo, Kris and Jacob the rubber tracks may need adjustment as they stretch. An Allen key is supplied to make this adjustment and instructions are in the manual.

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