On this page of our website you will find various press articles and also the latest news about the range of Oyster Mayfair products:
November 2019 – The Invisible Step Lift by Oyster Mayfair is in the news again in a new article published by THIIS Magazine http://thiis.co.uk/ online Newsroom.
Excerpt from the article:
Following the launch of its Invisible Step Lift just over a year ago, Oyster Mayfair has announced a new special-order version of its vertical travel (model V) low-rise transfer lift.
Designed to be a discreet access solution for wheelchair users, the Invisible Step Lift is a low rise transfer lift stored underground which aims to seamlessly blend in with its surroundings.
Marketed as a solution for when traditional access ramps may not be viable or desired, the adaptation can be used indoor and outdoor and is controlled via remote control. With a maximum vertical travel height of 800mm on its model V, the new special-order option can now extend to 1000mm, providing wheelchair users with a maximum elevation of up to 1 metre between two levels.
Neal Boswell, Marketing Manager for Oyster Mayfair and a part-time wheelchair user himself, told THIIS: “Whilst an additional height variation between two-floor levels of 200mm (7.87 inches) does not sound like a giant step for mankind, it is a significant difference in height and an obstacle for wheelchair users.”
September 2019 – New Brochures launched- Oyster Mayfair’s range of invisible low rise transfer lifts makes trade news for mobility shops in an online news story published by THIIS magazine.
Excerpts from the above article: Offering an alternative solution to the common ramp for wheelchair users, Oyster Mayfair entered the mobility market towards the backend of 2018 with its discreet, low-rise transfer lift models, the V, VH and the SR.
Neal Boswell, Oyster Mayfair’s Marketing Manager, told THIIS: “The brochures are not just to provide more detailed technical information to potential customers and occupational therapists but to also explain, in detail, an interesting product range that mobility stores can offer wheelchair users.”
Other news for the mobility trade can be found on the THIIS website at: http://thiis.co.uk
April 2019 – Company News – Change of address: Please note our new registered office address is: Oyster Mayfair Ltd. Image Court, 328-334 Molesey Road, Hersham, Surrey KT12 3PD
November 2018 – Magazine article: The Invisible Step Lift by Oyster Mayfair featured in a double page magazine article published for the mobility trade by THIIS (The Homecare Industry Information Service) in the November 2018 edition of the THIIS magazine. See the online version of the magazine below and just scroll across to pages 6 & 7 to read the story which includes interview comments by Neal Boswell the Marketing Manager at Oyster Mayfair Ltd.
New model launched: A third model has been added to the range of Invisible Step Lifts by Oyster Mayfair. The new SR (Short Rise) model is capable of providing wheelchair access over a single step up to a height of 220 mm. Meanwhile the maximum travel height on models V and VH has been increased to 800 mm. The decision to launch this new model was inspired by a specific enquiry that Oyster Mayfair Ltd received from a mobility store that had seen an article about the Invisible Step Lift by Oyster Mayfair published in the THIIS Trade Magazine which is available online at: https://thiis.co.uk/
An expanded version of the above story for the mobility trade has been published online in the Supplier News section of THIIS on 7th Jan 2019:
Oyster Mayfair Ltd is the news again with another article being published about the Invisible Step Lift by Oyster Mayfair in both a THIIS online Newsroom story (published 13/11/2018) and also in the December edition of the THIIS trade magazine (see page 21)
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February 2019 – Mobility trade magazine article about The Invisible Step Lift by Oyster Mayfair: Below is an excerpt from the article published in the February edition of THIIS trade magazine. The Homecare Industry Information Service trade magazine and their online news are available on the THIIS website at: https://thiis.co.uk/
18th Feb 2019 – Both the Multi-level Homelift and Luxury Lifts brands of Oyster Mayfair feature on the THIIS website at: https://thiis.co.uk/ in an article for mobility stores and online mobility equipment retailers. Pictured below is the THIIS online news home page headline with a photo showing part of a lift car/ cabin interior of a Luxury Lift by Oyster Mayfair
Extract from the THIIS online news story (18/02/2019):
Company News: 10th March 2019 –
Oyster Mayfair Ltd has just received its first customer enquiry from the U.S.A.
It is nice to see that we are getting noticed from across the pond. We are not yet operating/ trading in America but it is something we would be keen to explore.