Elan Straight Rail Stairlift
A home stairlift with features usually associated with top-of-the-line models, our Elan (SRE-3000) keeps stair lift prices in line and on track. Going upstairs and down has never been so effortless and inexpensive.
The Bruno Elan delivers safety, performance and ease-of-use at an economy price.
While all of our home stair lifts represent Bruno’s commitment to innovation and reliability, the Elan especially demonstrates our determination to provide a rugged, yet lovely, stair lift for the entry level market.
This wonderful stairlift offers a long list of standard features that will please the budget-minded customer.
- 300 lb weight capacity
- Direct drive motor/gear box – no belts for reduced maintenance
- Two 12-volt batteries – continuously powered from any household outlet – provide dependable performance, even during outages
- Arms, seat and footrest flip up creating plenty of space for family or guests to walk up and down the stairs
- Generous seat size with multiple seat heights
- A stair lift that can be installed on either side of the stairway
- An elegant covered track gives you a clean and attractive rail
- The standard swivel seat makes it easy to exit when you reach the top of the stairs
- A ‘Flip-up’ folding rail option: if there’s a door, obstacle or hallway at the end of your stair lift rail, simply flip up the bottom section of the rail for easy access and added safety
This groundbreaking product lifts and stores your unoccupied scooter or powerchair (weighing up to 350 lb/160 kg) outside your small, mid-sized, or large car at the touch of a button. Simply roll your mobility device on the platform from either side, hit a button, and let the Chariot do the lifting for you. Self-tensioning retractable belts are included for securement (one hand operation).
Visit our showroom to view a demo of this lift!
Note: You do not have to register a light trailer (which includes a utility, boat, or horse trailer) or obtain a trip permit to operate it on the road if the trailer, plus the heaviest load carried, weighs 1,800 pounds or less (the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating [GVWR] for the Chariot is only 674lbs). However, you may wish to obtain a title for your trailer because most law enforcement agencies and insurance companies want to see proof of ownership if it is ever stolen. All trailers used on the road must be equipped to meet safety standards; see ODOT’s Vehicle Equipment and Safety page for more information.