Jacobs Ladder The Stairway
The Stairway is a stair climbing machine from Jacobs Ladder that features a rotating staircase where the speed of the stairs is controlled by the tension of the waist belt. The higher you go, the faster the stairs come, so you are always in control of your speed.
The Stairway has an initial step height of 10” and with a ceiling height requirement of 8 ½ feet, there is no need to place it near a wall with a plug since this machine is self-powered.
Same Speed and Resistance as Jacobs Ladder
Using the same sped and resistance technology as Jacobs Ladder, The Stairway stair climber provides a self-paced. low-impact stair climbing exercise.
Easy to Step on and off
The initial step is only 11 in off the ground, making it easy to get on and off the stair climber.
Self-Powered and Slim
The self-powered Stairway is only 30.5” wide, allowing it to be placed where most stair climbers wouldn't fit.
|Frame:||Welded Tubular Steel|
|Stairs:||Steel with Polyvinyl Tread
|Case:||ABS / Polyethylene|
|Handle:||Powder-coated Steel Tube
|Ceiling Height:||8.5 Feet|
|Digital Readouts:||Elapsed Time, Steps Climbed, Rate (Steps/Min) Calorie Burn, Heart Rate (wireless)|
|32" x 60" x 80":|
|Made in USA:||YES|
- Made to Order
- 4-6 week delievery lead time
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The Jacob's Ladder Stairway caught my attention immediately when I was doing research on home gym equipment. The simplicity of the design of using your own body weight without complicated extraneous moving parts was appealing. While the initial equipment was damaged during transit (at the fault of the delivery company), Competitor's Outlet was superb in their customer service and met all of my expectations in resolving the issue. I recommend purchasing this equipment through Competitor's Outlet due to this positive experience.
During the pandemic, I really missed having access to a stairclimber. I love having one in my own home! I would estimate that between my husband and me, we've used the machine about 2-3 hours per week, over the last few months. Great for my husband's rehab, we are very happy with the machine so far.