Doorline Variwedge

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Product Specification

Size: Small, Small, Medium, Large
Height: Large 6-10cm, Medium 3.5-5.5cm, Small 2-3cm
Length: Large 50cm/19.7ins, Medium 25cm/9.8ins, Small 15cm/5.9ins
Width: 74cm
Total Weight: Large 6.1kg/13.5lb, Medium 2.1kg/4.6lbs, Small 1.3kg/2.9lbs
Max User Weight: 300kg (47st)

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Delivery & Assembly


Some assembly may be required, depending on the product. See manufacturer’s instructions included, where applicable.

Please note: We only deliver to the UK mainland

The Doorline Variwedge is the ideal threshold ramp thanks to its adjustable height. Enjoy a smooth transition from out doors to indoors with your rollator, wheelchair, powerchair or scooter.

Firstly, it’s available in three sizes:  Small, Medium and Large. Next, each one can be adjusted in 5mm increments to give you a custom fit. It matches your threshold height within the thickness of a coin.

The Doorline Variwedge is stylish enough to suit any interior decor.

Assemble and adjust it in a matter of minutes. It can be fixed in place for maximum stability. Likewise, the rubber strip grips to and protects the floor.

All Variwedges are 74 cm (29.1ins) wide and can support up to 300kg (47st) in weight. The Small is 15cm (6ins) in length and weighs just 1.3kg (2.9lbs). The Medium is 25cm (9.8ins) in length and weighs 2.1kg (4.6lbs). Finally, the Large is 50cm (19.7ins) long and weighs a surprising 6.1kg (13.5lb).

Click here to watch how the Variwedge can work for you.

To sum up, its one of the most versatile threshold wedges out there.

Don’t need a custom fit threshold wedge? Check out our regular Doorline-Threshold Wedge- click here.

Doorline-Variwedges are designed and manufactured in Britain by Enable Access. Enable Access pride themselves on finding solutions for those with mobility issues, helping to provide them with greater independence.

Checkout Enable Access’ handy video giving advice on what to consider when you’re thinking of buying in a ramp.