Stair climbing device - ultimate guide

Without good support, stairs can be scary and dangerous. In this article we will look at TOPRO Step, the stair climbing device, and show how it can give you or your loved ones back quality of life.

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Stair climbing device - What is it?

The TOPRO Step stair climbing device is a brand new product that makes climbing stairs easier and safer. TOPRO Step offers you a firm and solid handle that moves along an innovative and patented railing system.

The railing system is made of stainless steel and anodized aluminium, and provides support and stability for all users, whether as a handrail or as a handhold in front of you.

How does the TOPRO Step work?

TOPRO Step information video

Going down the stairs

As the video shows, the TOPRO Step is moved down the stairs by slightly lifting the outer part of the handle. Then push the handle an arm's length away from you. When pressure is applied to the handle, it engages automatically and ensures that you can descend the stairs at your own pace.

Walking up the stairs

When climbing the stairs, the TOPRO Step is moved upwards along the railing system. When the handle is pulled down, it engages automatically and provides more support and safety when climbing the stairs. With each step you climb, you normally push the handle an arm's length in front of you to create sufficient distance between you and the handle.

The TOPRO Step stair climbing device is available throughout Germany.

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Toprostep lifestyle - 2 - 1S5A6454 - Photo Øyvind S Endal

Why choose TOPRO Step?

Installation in 3 steps

To carry out an on-site inspection and receive a quote, make an appointment with us. Once you have accepted the quote, we will carry out the installation, which usually only takes a few hours. .

TÜV tested and certified

TOPRO Step is TÜV-tested and certified and meets all functional and safety requirements.

Adaptable to your staircase

TOPRO Step is designed so that it can be easily adapted to your staircase. It can be installed on straight stairs, curved stairs and stairs with a landing.

Fits perfectly in any home

Ask your health insurance company about the possibility of cost coverage or possible subsidies. Please note that these options are country-specific and individual.

Up to 5 years warranty

TOPRO Step means TOPRO quality. When you buy a TOPRO Step, you receive a guarantee of up to 5 years.

Over 2,000 satisfied users

We measure success by satisfied customers, which is our top priority. We already have over 4,000 satisfied users throughout Europe.

Choose your TOPRO Step

Configure your TOPRO Step - in just a few steps!

Do you have any questions?

Talk to us

Would you like a free and personal consultation? Get in touch with our TOPRO Step experts and book a free, no-obligation appointment directly at your home.

We are happy to advise you

TOPRO Step Expert
+47 902 931 00
Monday - Friday
08:00 - 16:00 o'clock.

We are happy to advise you

TOPRO Step Expert
+47 902 931 00
Monday - Friday
08:00 - 16:00 o'clock.

Do you have any questions or would you like to test the TOPRO Step stair climber?

We have compiled all frequently asked questions on the FAQ page

Would you like to find out more about the financing options for the TOPRO Step?

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