As we get older, it’s natural that some things become more challenging. Dashing up and down the stairs or walking to the shops might not be as easy or as safe in our twilight years, but assisted living and mobility products can make all the difference.
An accident, injury or disability can also mean we need a little extra assistance with getting around – either at home or outside. Mobility scooters, wheelchairs and stairlifts are just three examples of innovative mobility products that can help take the strain out of the day-to-day and make life more comfortable.
Thanks to modern technology, there are lots of assisted living options available now to improve our quality of life. But there’s a catch: many of the devices designed to help us live independently and comfortably for longer are technologically advanced – and the prices sometimes reflect this.
How to spread the cost of mobility aids on finance
Mobility scooters and other assisted living aids can make life that bit easier, but they’re not a cheap investment. In some cases, assisted living products can be essential to daily life, so the price shouldn’t be allowed to stand in the way of maintaining independence.
Fortunately, where cost is a key consideration, buying a powered wheelchair or a mobility scooter on finance is an ideal way to spread out the cost over a number of payments, thereby relieving some of the financial pressure.
DivideBuy works with a number of mobility scooter and assisted living retailers to provide more ways to pay at the checkout. If you want to spread the cost of mobility aids, you’ll find a great selection of powered wheelchairs, stairlifts and mobility scooters with 0% finance available from our retailers.
Financing mobility scooters
From folding and portable mobility scooters to heavy-duty options, there are scooters to suit all needs – and all budgets. Available with 0% finance, mobility scooters can make independent travel not only possible but more comfortable, if you have mobility difficulties. Take a look at the interest-free finance mobility scooters on offer with our partner Mobility Connect and take the weight off your feet – and your mind.
Motorised wheelchairs can cost anywhere between £600 and several thousand pounds. By making a purchase on wheelchair finance, you can spread the overall cost over a number of months without paying any interest. There are lots of different models available to suit different needs – browse the different types of powerchairs available with interest-free wheelchair finance from our retail partner 1st Step Mobility.
For many people, installing a stairlift in their home is crucial to maintaining their independence for longer. But due to their size and complexity, they don’t come cheap. The price of a stairlift can vary from around £1,000 to £5,000 for a bespoke option, so being able to spread the cost interest-free over a number of payments can be a lifeline. Visit our partner retailer Easy Living Mobility to browse both new and preloved stairlifts, available on interest-free credit with DivideBuy.
Mobility scooters, stairlifts and more from our partners
Assisted living products are designed to make life easier for older people and those with mobility problems. Our partner retailers stock all kinds of mobility products, from stairlifts and mobility scooters to walking aids and adjustable beds.
To spread the cost of mobility aids, choose interest-free credit at the checkout – you’ll receive a decision in moments and enjoy the peace of mind that your payments will be split over an agreed timeframe that suits your budget. For our full list of mobility partners, click here.