Welcome to the Disability Equipment Service

A national website dedicated to the buying and selling of new and used disability equipment.

  • Quickly search for equipment using the keyword search below or view all items
  • Sell or donate your equipment as a guest - no need to register
  • Register as a Regular Lister - suited to individuals and organisations who want to list multiple items
  • Post a Wanted listing if you can’t find what you’re looking for
A compilation of donated disability equipment photos: a black manual wheelchair; a blue mobility scooter and a dark riser recliner chair.
£625 of £5000 raised!
Target: £5000
A sitting golden Labrador puppy with an adult size guide dog harness draped over it, showing the recognisable yellow flash across the puppy's chest and the handle at the back with the puppy's tail.

Through donations of disability equipment we are able to keep this website free for people to use and also donate money to Guide Dogs. If you have disability equipment you would like to donate please contact us. The items we collect are cleaned and resold with 25% of these proceeds being held until we have the £5000 required to name and sponsor a guide dog puppy. We are really proud to have recently sent our first £5000 to Guide Dogs and have sponsored a guide dog puppy we’ve named ‘Des’. So proud in fact that we’re starting again…the target above shows you how much we have raised so far. Please contact us if you would like to donate your disability equipment and help reach our target again!

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See Clear Products

Control your household temperature.

See Clear visual aid thermostat stickers are designed to make controlling the temperature of heating easy. Compatible with heating and cooling systems.

The stickers have been designed with the elderly, partially sighted and blind in mind; in fact they are ideal for enabling easy temperature control for all users. The differing temperature zones can be clearly identified through the use of four colour zones each of which has embossed increasing bars which can be easily felt for by the user. Also included is an embossed, triangular indication marker to allow the user to independently adjust the thermostat to the desired temperature through both sight and touch.

See Clear visual aids are easy to apply. They come with an adhesive back, and once the protective backing is removed, can be applied directly to the dial of the thermostat.

There are a range of thermostats installed within homes across the UK. With this in mind, we have used the same clear and simple concept and adapted it to ensure that our stickers are compatible with a range of thermostats.

VIDA Training

Training and Consultancy services specialising in Vision Impairment & Disability Awareness.

VIDA Training provides vision impairment and disability awareness training and consultancy across London and the South East. With over 25 years' combined experience of working in the disability field and living with vision loss, we offer a range of comprehensive training packages and consultancy services tailored to suit you and your organisation's needs. We also offer communication and team building sessions.

TGA Mobility

TGA Mobility is the UK's leading mobility scooter specialist with the finest and most comprehensive range available today

TGA is based in Sudbury, Suffolk and has been a respected designer, manufacturer and provider of mobility products for over 30 years with a specialty in scooters. TGA is renowned for its high quality, diverse range that includes the Breeze that is a national favourite, the revolutionary folding Minimo car boot scooter through to the funky cutting edge Vita and market-leading wheelchair Powerpack. As a family-run business with a proven manufacturing heritage, TGA is dedicated to quality, innovation and service with all of its products undergoing rigorous testing before delivery ensuring peace of mind and trouble free ownership.

Disability Equipment Service

Support the Disability Equipment Service by donating your disability equipment.

The Disability Equipment Service is a website covering the UK which provides members of the public and organisations an opportunity to buy and sell new and used disability equipment.

To help cover the running costs of this service, we accept donated disability equipment* which we collect, clean, repair and then sell. We give 25% of the proceeds to our nominated charity with the remainder going towards the ongoing running costs of the service.

Due to our location, we normally only collect equipment from Surrey and the surrounding counties. However, if you have equipment that you would like to donate we still might be able to accept, or if we're unable to accept, support you with finding someone more locally to you.

* Due to our limited storage we may not be able to accept all items donated to us. In some cases we may request to sell the item in situ (if convenient) or provide you with an alternative organisation that may be able to accept your item.

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