From Deck to Dock with an Outdoor Stairlift

Craig got himself a gorgeous house by the water, to retire in, with a large deck and a dock for his boat. He is not concerned about flooding because the house and the deck are about 17 feet above water. And guess what, Harvey just proved him right!
The dock and the deck are connected by 25 stairs which he can do easily but his dad can’t. Yet he likes to take his dad to fishing trips on the lake.

The solution is a 27-ft long Bruno Elite Outdoor Stairlift. All the nice features of the best stairlift on the market, plus a the use of materials that can withstand the climate of South Texas, especially the humidity. The lift when through extensive testing in temperatures ranging from 0 to 125 F (-18 to 52 C).

The chair is of a generous size and has got comfortable padded seat and armrests to enjoy the 27-ft long ride (the lift itself is designed to ride on rails up to 120 ft). The upholstery is made of marine-grade vinyl. A weather-resistant canopy travles with the chair and protects the unit from the elements when not in use.

Offset swivel seat makes getting on/off safe and easy at the top of the stairs.

It features two RF remotes – one at the top, one at the bottom, with a key to prevent unauthorized use. There is a key on the lift itself as well.

Of course, it has got all the expected safety features such as obstruction safety sensors and retractable seat belt, as well as a reliable performance even in a power outage thanks to the two generous batteries.

And it comes with BRUNO’s Gold Warranty (Five year on major components – rail and gearbox – and two years on the other parts), and with one year Service Warranty from 101 Mobility.



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