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Experience the AssiStep

Stay safe and independent

The stair aid AssiStep blends in naturally in any home, and takes up very little space
The picture shows a woman climbing the stairs with the stair climbing aid AssiStep
In the top of the stair we adjust the length of the railings to make sure you get all the way up - safely
The stair assist AssiStep shown while being used in a curved stair
When you get to the bottom of the stair, the handle folds easily to the side
Stair safety - The stair aid AssiStep
With the bag hook - Users of the AssiStep stair climbing aid can bring items and bags with them up and down the stairs
With the bag hook - AssiStep-users can bring items or bags with them up or down the stairs

We never compromise on your safety

When we developed the AssiStep, we had one clear criteria:
The product shall never compromise your safety.

After more than 15.000 hours of development and testing and hundreds of installations, we are certain that we can keep our promise to keep you safe in the stairs.

The AssiStep is developed by some of Norways leading industrial designers and engineers, and is certified by the leading international technical service provider - TÜV Nord.

Award winning Norwegian design

In the design process we have put much consideration into making the AssiStep a natural part of any home. The handle can easily be folded to the side, and we only use high quality and sustainable materials such as anodized aluminum and stainless steel.

One handle; Many opportunities

The handle can be gripped in a number of ways. People with reduced gripping strength in one hand can for example move the handle with only one hand. The handle is adjusted to your preferred height during installation, and can also be adjusted afterwards.

The stair helper AssiStep gives you something firm to hold on to
Walker for stairs - The AssiStep gives you a solid grip and increased safety while climbing stairs
The stair lift alternative AssiStep can be gripped both on the handrail and the stair handle
The stair handle can be gripped in many different ways. Many people prefer to hold on the vertical sides
Stair aid for stroke patients

Activity is your body's own medicine

Keeping you body active and in motion is essential if you want to live a long an healthy life.

Research show that people who exercise regularly have lower risk of falling and to develop a number of diseases, such as dementia and stroke.

Our own research also show that people who install the AssiStep walks the stairs more often than before the installation and that they feel more confident in their own home.

Since the product was launched in 2015, there have been zero registered falls or accidents while using the product.

Straight stair or curved stair? We have the solutions

In contrast to the Stairsteady - the AssiStep can be installed in both straight and curved stairs

Technical information

Technical specifications

  • Maximum user weight 120 kg
  • Recommended user height 1,20 - 2,00 m
  • Width, handle folded 18,4 cm (20,4 cm with backboard)
  • Width, handle in use 55,2 cm (57,2 cm with backboard)
  • Diameter handrail 4,2 cm
  • Width from the wall, handrail 9,6 cm

Brochures and manuals (English)

  • .pdf
    Assistep Brochure 2018 English AssiStep-brochure-2018-English.pdf Size: 6,54 mb Last ned
  • .pdf
    AssiStep User Manual AssiStep_English_user-manual.pdf Size: 4,83 mb Last ned
  • .pdf
    Measuring Guide For Assistep Measuring-guide-for-AssiStep.pdf Size: 0,93 mb Last ned

Do you want to try the AssiStep?

There are hundreds of testing facilities for the AssiStep throughout Europe. Find your nearest location on the map or send us an inquiry if you can't find one near you.

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