Rubex Electric Powered Stair Lift

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Prices are in U.S. Dollars

Imagine easily going upstairs to your sewing room. Imagine heading down to your basement workshop. Imagine living with increased mobility and safety. With AmeriGlide, you're free to enjoy your entire home again.

The Rubex Electric Powered Stairlift at a Glance:

  • 350-pound weight capacity
  • Motor and gears tested for 30,000 cycles (16 years)
  • 24 volt Class 2 grounded controls throughout

Comfortable and Easy to Use. With a movable footrest and a deluxe backrest and seat with thicker padding, this stairlift offers unmatched comfort. The 180-degree swivel seat lets you get on and off effortlessly at top and bottom landings. Once you're seated, just push the control button and let the high-tech nylon wheels provide a smooth ride—every time.

Top 10 Reasons to choose AmeriGlide

Built for Safety. Every detail of our 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 failsafe 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 stairlift 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 stairlift 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 stairlift 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 stairlift experts to find out more about how the Rubex electric powered stairlift fits your life.

Please check your local inspection regulations for stair lifts prior to installation.
ETL Listed
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Options Available for the Rubex Electric Powered Stair Lift

  • Seat Size
    • 19" W  $0.00
    • 21" W  $167.84
    • Flip-Up Armrest Seat (19" W)  $171.99
  • Vinyl Seat Color
    • Light Almond  $0.00
  • Options
    • Keylock Package - Keyed Base & Keyed Call-Send Controls  $228.99
    • Keyed Base Only  $108.99
    • Grocery Basket  $142.99
    • Cargo Rack (replaces seat)  $285.99
  • Track Length
    • Up to 16' of track  $0.00
    • 16' to 20' of track  $171.99
    • 20' to 25' of track - 250 lb. capacity  $285.99
  • Orientation (looking UP the staircase)
    • The stair lift will be on the left  $0.00
    • The stair lift will be on the right  $0.00
  • Installation
    • Self Installation  $0.00
    • Nationwide Installation  $575.00
    • Nationwide Installation and Measurement Service  $725.00
  • Installation Special Cases
    • Installation On Concrete, Steel, or Tile Stairs  $300.00
    • Installation In Remote or Limited Access Location  $285.00
  • Measurements
    • Please enter measurements in feet or inches. Customers using the Measurement Service can skip this step.  $0.00
    • 1. Overall length  $0.00
    • 2. Top stair to bottom stair  $0.00
    • 3. Staircase width  $0.00
    • 4. Bottom clearance  $0.00
    • 5. Rise of one step  $0.00
    • 6. Tread of one step  $0.00
    • 7. Diagonal  $0.00
    • 8. Door at the top  $0.00
    • Need help measuring? Print out the "How to Measure" worksheet.  $0.00
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Customer Reviews
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Certified Customer
I am very satisfied with AmeriGlide.
Nov 22, 2009 3:24 PM
A Little About Myself
Elderly
Pros
Sturdy
Cons
The installation instructions were very good. After installation, the upper cam switch was not adjusted properly, causing the unit to be disabled. I mounted the operating switch for the unit under the right arm rest. I did not care for the switch to be loose, sometimes falling down below the seat.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
4 star out of 5
Nov 21, 2009 7:08 PM
A Little About Myself
Elderly
Pros
Sturdy, Safe
Cons
Heavy
Service & Delivery
The adjustable black plastic stop for the top of the track to automatically stop the chair would loosen itself, so my installer simply drilled a hole and screwed it in place.
I like how quiet it is, and how safe it feels to ride in too.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
Love the stair chair!
Nov 19, 2009 4:36 PM
A Little About Myself
Disabled with MS
Pros
Safe, Sturdy
Cons
Bulky
The stair lift gives me the ability to go downstairs easier. Before the chair I had to crawl down the stairs.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
This product was a lifesaver!
Nov 19, 2009 11:37 AM
A Little About Myself
Caregiver
Pros
Safe, Sturdy
Cons
This product could not have come at a better time. My mom and dad were having trouble climbing the stairs from the basement to the first floor of their ranch home. Their laundry facilities were in the basement so the choices were to invest in a chair lift or lose a bedroom by hiring a plumber to put the laundry equipment upstairs. The installation of a lift chair was an obvious choice. We performed the installation ourselves. It wasn't hard, however, it did take about 5 hours. The chair has given my parents their independence they need to accomplish their daily tasks. Thanks so much!
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
A good investment for the "older young."
Nov 19, 2009 11:11 AM
A Little About Myself
Elderly, Average Health
Pros
Sturdy, Lightweight, Safe
Cons
Beneficial in getting packages to living level of house. So easy to use that my 3 year-old grandson has mastered the use of the unit and I feel confident he is safe when he "goes for a ride on grandpa's chair." On the negative side, I felt the wiring routes and cabling could have been placed, more shielded, or conduitized for better protection. I had a minor wiring problem with a pinched and rubbed through abrasion cut on the control cable that was routed in the tracking channel. Some tape and heat shrink repaired the break to restore operation.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
Lucky I got it when i did!
Nov 18, 2009 4:42 PM
A Little About Myself
Live second floor. Elderly. Stroke survivor.
Pros
Safe, Handy pkg carrier, Safe speed, Sturdy
Cons
Keys too small. The Upholstery is tacky.
Very pleased. The stair lift feels safe to use. Very good speed. Footrest folds up to make room on stairs when needed. Relatively easy upkeep. However, keys far too small for elderly who have problems seeing and handling small objects and fitting them into keyholes. I would suggest a large thingummy be added to key to make it easier to handle. Also, upholstery does not look sturdy enough and in some places looks it badly installed.
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Certified Customer
Super Product
Nov 12, 2009 4:30 AM
A Little About Myself
Caregiver
Pros
Safe
Cons
None.
The chair lift was installed, to allow our handicap son access to our basement. Installation was a breeze. Customer service was terrific. It was a pleasure doing business with them.
6 of 10 people found this review helpful
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Customer Loves It!!
Nov 8, 2009 7:04 PM
A Little About Myself
Average Health
Pros
Sturdy, Easy Storage, Lightweight, and Safe
Cons
Specify loose when using a Allen wrench.
I installed the Stair lift for a customer and it went in just as it should have and took me about 4 hours. Easy to follow directions. Customer loved the results.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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Certified Customer
Grandma's wonderful stair lift
Oct 16, 2009 3:30 PM
A Little About Myself
Average Health
Pros
Easy Storage, Lightweight, Safe
Cons

Grandma uses the stairlift to go up and down the stairs. It is very easy to use. This makes it possible for her to get out of the house, something that she could not do before.

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E!
Oct 14, 2009 9:25 AM
A Little About Myself
Elderly
Pros
Sturdy, Easy Storage, Lightweight, Safe
Cons
Installed and working fine. The stair lift was installed by my stepson Karri. The right on the stair lift is to my satisfaction - Yours truly, Jerry
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