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Harmar Pinnacle Premium Stairway Lift

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Harmar Pinnacle Premium Stairway Lift is designed for optimal comfort, convenience and aesthetics. It has wide, comfortable seat that swivels at the top landing to aid in safely entering and exiting the lift. This Premium Stairway Lift has safety sensors that prevents the lift from running if the seat is not in the proper position.Pinnacles patented helical worm gear drive system requires less energy to operate and can make up to 40 trips should the power go out.

Harmar Pinnacle Premium Stairway Lift Highlights

  • Nearly 10.5 Inch Wide Folded
  • Ergonomic Control Switch
  • No Lubrication Required
  • Folding Rail Option
  • Retractable Seatbelt


Total: $4,260.00

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Harmar Pinnacle Premium Stairway Lift Features

  • The narrowest stair lift in the industry folds as narrow as 10.5 Inch when the footrest and seat are folded
  • Patented helical worm gear drive system for an extremely smooth and quiet ride
  • No grease or lubrication is required for the nylon polymer gear rack; low maintenance and easy to clean
  • Swivel seat at the upper landing, for easy and safe, entry and exit
  • Easy and ergonomic operating control and condition indicator lights
  • Operable in a power outage up to 60 trips
  • Comfortable upholstered seat with full-sized backrest and standard retractable seat belt
  • Safety sensors in the footrest and chassis will stop the lift if it meets an obstruction

How To Determine Pinnacle Stair Lift Rail Length?

  1. Determine any obstructions that will affect the position and length of the rail. These may include walls, doors, hallway orientation, etc.
  2. Measure the overall length of the stairs from the nose at the top landing of the stairs to the floor at the bottom (nose to floor measurement).
  3. For a normal stairway with adequate space for a landing, add 7" to the nose to floor measurement. This will provide enough rail length to allow the stairlift to be adjusted so that the floor-to-seat height will be the same at both the top and bottom.
  4. If the top landing has restrictions (i.e., a wall or doorway), use the chart below to determine the length of extension that should be used.
  5. To cut the rail, use a standard 12" chop saw, with a blade designed to cut aluminum.

How To Operate Harmar Stairway Lift

  1. To turn the stair lift on, press the red switch located on the top of the carriage to theposition (I) and ensure that the key switch (if equipped). When the lift is turned a green light on the armrest will indicate that the lift is ready for use.
  2. To aid entry to the chair, the armrest on the entry side may be raised. When positioning yourself on the seat at the upper landing, ensure the seat is fully swiveled and locked in position for safety. The seat may be swiveled by depressing the swivel release handle on either side of the seat.
  3. Ensure that you are securely seated and armrests are in down position before operating the lift. To operate the lift, continuously press the hand control switch on the side in which you wish to travel.
  4. If you release the control switch the lift will stop. Continue to press the switch or button all the way to the landing. The lift will gently stop at the appropriate, preset point.
  5. To safely exit the lift, support yourself by the armrests, rise and step off the footrest. At the upper landing, ensure that the seat is fully swiveled and locked before rising. If you do not intend to use the lift again immediately, the seat and armrests may be folded up to minimize obstruction to people walking on the stairs.
  6. To operate the lift remotely, continuously press the appropriate up or down button on the call/send hand control unit. Like all infrared devices, the signal may be interrupted if the hand control unit is not in the line of sight of the stair lift. If this happens the lift may temporarily stop but restart immediately, as long as the hand remote is pressed continuously.

Safety Features

  • Centrifugal Overspeed Brake
  • Bi-directional Footrest Obstruction Sensor
  • Swivel Seat Cut-off Switch
  • Final Limits
  • Chassis Obstruction Sensors


  • The red switch is located on top of the chassis. This switch is normally left in the position (I). This switch can be turned off if you do not expect to use the lift for an extended period of time. Ensure that the lift is in the charging position.
  • The main control switch is located at the front of one armrest. Use this switch for normal operation of the lift while in a seated in a secure position.
  • There are buttons on the remote call/send hand control units.
  • There is a three-color LED indicator light on one armrest.
  • Units equipped with a key switch located at the back of one armrest. Turn this off and remove the key when you want to ensure the lift cannot be used in your absence.


  • Battery Charger
    - The stair lift should be kept fully charged at all times. When the lift stops at an upper or lower landing it will charge automatically. The power supply should be left plugged in at all times and the lift may be left on charge indefinitely, as the charger is intuitive and will not overcharge.
  • Care And Cleaning
    - The lift should require no technical maintenance to continue to operate at full capability. There is no grease or other lubricants used in the drive system, and no adjustments should be required. However, the lift should be inspected annually. The lift and rail should be kept clean. Dust can build up on surfaces, and soiling may occur. The upholstery and carriage can be cleaned with a damp, soapy cloth followed by a clean, damp cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners as these can damage the finish. If heavy soiling occurs, clean by scrubbing lightly with a soft brush.




Minimum folded width


Minimum footrest height


Minimum swing length (check knees)


Clear distance between armrests


Floor to seat height


Minimum wall to stair side of rail


Seat depth


Backrest height from top of seat


Maximum weight capacity


Electrical requirements

115 VAC

Incline Limits


Average Number of Return Trips Per Charge

20 to 40

Operation power

24V DC Battery

Maximum travel




Drive system

Polymer worm/worm-rack

Motor output speed at rated load

62 rpm

Motor output torque at rated load

18 lb/ft

Motor output amps at rated load


Symmetrical lift (installs to left or right or stairs)


Interchangeable arms (left or right hand operation)


Track (rail) Type

Extruded aluminum


3 year on components1o year on gear rack

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