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(800) 746-5647

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Built for Safety. Every detail of our Rubex electric powered stairlift is designed with your safety in mind. We build safety sensors into the footrest, include a locking mechanism in the seat belt, and give the motor instant reversing capability. With automatic limits at each end of the track, standard mechanical and electrical slack cable safety devices, and a fail-safe mechanism that prevents operation until the seat is in the correct position, this stairlift is one of the safest on the market today. It is ETL listed and meets ASME A17.1 and A18 safety standards for public and private use. We also include call stations for both top and bottom landings, which can be mounted to the wall or to the floor. Read more about AmeriGlide stair lift safety standards.

Easy "Homeowner" Installation. Unbelievably, the AmeriGlide Rubex electric powered stair lift simply plugs into the nearest outlet. No special wiring is needed! You can install it on either the right-hand or left-hand side of your staircase; you can even switch it from side to side without any additional parts.

Sleek Design Compliments Any Decor. The AmeriGlide Rubex electric powered stair lift is available in an attractive almond finish with your choice of vinyl seat color. When not in use, you can easily fold up the padded seat and flip up the footrest and your stair lift only takes up 14 inches of space. It's so compact, other people in your household always have full use of the stairs.

Questions? Contact one of our stair lift experts to find out more about how the Rubex electric powered stair lift fits your life.

Note: weight capacity is reduced to 250 pounds if track length is 16 feet and longer.

Drive TypeCable
Battery PoweredNo
Self InstallableYes
Basic Installation IncludedNo
Standard Capacity350 lb
Max Track Length, Standard15'
Max Track Length, Optional25'
Rail Angle, Min30°
Rail Angle, Max45°
Track MaterialAluminum
Swivel SeatYes
Flip-Up SeatYes
Flip-Up ArmrestsNo
Constant Pressure ControlsYes
Footrest Safety SensorYes
Seat Width, Min16"
Seat Width, Max18"
Unit Footprint, In Use24.25"
Unit Footprint, Parked14"
Track Footprint12"
Track Width8"
Call Stations IncludedYes - Wired
Digital Diagnostics DisplayNo
Key LockNo
  • Seat Size
    • 19" W   $0.00

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    • 21" W   $212.80

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    • Flip-Up Armrest Seat (19" W)   $214.85

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  • Vinyl Seat Color
    • Light Almond   $0.00

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  • Options
    • Keylock Package - Keyed Base & Keyed Call-Send Controls   $278.30

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    • Keyed Base Only   $138.15

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    • Grocery Basket   $250.90

      Summit Grocery Basket Option
  • Track Length (15' is Standard *)
    • * Actual track is 6" longer. A 6" overrun is required to allow safe entry/exit from seat onto the landing at top of stairs.   $0.00

      Summit Grocery Basket Option
    • Custom Cut track Less Than 15'   $100.00

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    • 15' of track (180")   $0.00

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    • Track length 16' and over reduces weight capacity to 250 pounds   $0.00

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    • Up to 18' of track (180" to 216")   $321.40

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    • 18' to 25' of track (216" to 300")   $454.70

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  • Orientation (looking UP the staircase)
    • The stair lift will be on the left   $0.00

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    • The stair lift will be on the right   $0.00

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  • Installation
    • NOTE: We do not perform installations in Oregon. For residents in Oregon, please choose self-installation at checkout   $0.00

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    • Self Installation   $0.00

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    • Nationwide Installation   $575.00

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    • Nationwide Installation and Measurement Service   $725.00

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    • Stair Lift Removal and Disposal   $460.00

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  • Installation Permit
    • License / Permit / Inspection   $425.00

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    • Permit and Inspection (Required in Alabama)   $285.00

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    • Permit and Inspection   $350.00

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  • Installation Special Cases
    • Installation On Concrete, Steel, or Tile Stairs   $300.00

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    • Installation In Remote or Limited Access Location   $285.00

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  • Measurements
    • Please enter measurements in feet or inches. Customers using the Measurement Service can skip this step.   $0.00

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    • 1. Overall length   $0.00

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    • 2. Top stair to bottom stair   $0.00

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    • 3. Staircase width   $0.00

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    • 4. Bottom clearance   $0.00

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    • 5. Rise of one step   $0.00

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    • 6. Tread of one step   $0.00

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    • 7. Diagonal   $0.00

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    • 8. Door at the top   $0.00

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    • Need help measuring? Print out the "How to Measure" worksheet.   $0.00

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Certified Customer
Ameriglide AC powered stair lift
Dec 7, 2009 5:18 PM

A Little About Myself

Caregiver, Long Term User

Pros

Functional, Safe, Easy to Install

Cons

Leveling system weak
The product is used daily to get my wife to the 2nd story of redidence. Stair lift was easy to install and so far has been running great. It does have to be adjusted periodicly to keep the seat level.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
Happy Wife- Happy Life.
Nov 27, 2009 3:27 PM

A Little About Myself

9, User 78-installer 87 yrs, Elderly

Pros

Functional, Great, Stores Easily, Easy to Install, Strong Support, Safe

Cons

Could of used a 90 degree Molex connector because the landing wall was 3/4 in. out, too close to in-stall the power cord. Modified the crank with a pipe cap and 1/4 in, bolt to be driven with a cordless drill. Beats the hell out of hand power. All and all it is the best thing I ever did for my ailing wife. PS. I forgot to set the stop.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
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AmeriGlide
Nov 9, 2009 7:53 AM

A Little About Myself

Long Term User

Pros

Safe, Stores Easily, Strong Support, Easy to Install, Functional

Cons

Going up 14 steps caused my BP to drop as low as 80/40,concern, danger of having a stroke.AmeriGlide works for me &no BP drop because I don't have to climb the stairs.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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Totally Fine
Oct 21, 2009 6:14 PM

A Little About Myself

Caregiver

Pros

Functional, Safe

Cons

Difficult to Install
The wiring was incomplete upon arrival - my carpenter spent a lengthy time with customer support to connect wires not connected at the factory. The chair control cable is very long, and got caught in the chain. A retractable cord would solve the problem My stair is very narrow, and the lift inpedes stretcher evac - the fire dept about murdered the assembly. A quick release mechanism on the box to rail would be a great feature. A handle to lower the foot rest, located around the area, would do wonders for entering and exiting the lift. Overall, its a good product and makes my house more accessible for a 79 year old with a walker
14 of 14 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
Serves its purpose
Aug 24, 2009 2:50 PM

A Little About Myself

Long Term User

Pros

Safe, Functional, Easy to Install

Cons

Found the product designed efficiently.
19 of 22 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
excellent product, even better service
Feb 19, 2009 5:39 AM

A Little About Myself

Pros

Easy To Install, Great in a tight space, Easy to use

Cons

We have been very happy with the stair lift. My father in law was having trouble with the stairs- he was sort of against buying the lift - worried about cost, space, ease of use- and necessity. He had not really admitted to his physical decline- and was sure things had reached a stable state. But once my husband installed the chair- he uses it everyday and states that he didn't realize how exhaused he was after using the stairs and now he has more energy to complete things that he wants to do- The lift itself is narrow enough for a slim set of stairs in a little split level house. With the seat up, it is easy to walk up the stairs past the chair. The lever to operate the chair is large and easy to find and use. We are very happy with the product and now know what we'll buy when MY parents need one. I am just happy that I know that he is safer in that chair than trying to negiotiate the steps- it is solid and feels secure and safe. And the grandkids love to ride it!
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