stair climber

Related to stair climber: stair stepper, Stair lift

stair climber

or stair-climb·er  (stâr′klī′mər)
n.
An exercise device consisting of a pair of treads or pedals that move up and down in place, allowing a person to simulate the action of climbing stairs. Also called stair stepper.
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The museum needed to purchase a stair climber to give disabled visitors access as it is based up a flight of stairs and Councillor Gary Crookes, former Lord Mayor, was happy to help from his fund.
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