Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor
Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor Ranger Pool Lift w/Anchor
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Aqua Creek Products F-409RPL-C Ranger Pool Lift with Anchor

SKU #: F-409RPL-C

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Short Description

The Ranger Lift is an economical ADA compliant lift that upholds Aqua Creek?s standards for durability and reliability.

Pool Lift Features:

  • 18" wide seat
  • 350 lb weight capacity
  • Durable white powder coat finish
  • Rechargeable battery operation including charger
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Set back range 4 to 14 in.
  • Submergible 2 button remote

Description

The Aqua Creek Ranger unites ADA-compliant construction with cost efficiency, designed to hold up to 350 lbs while offering a low profile design for compact, space-saving installation. The Ranger installs into the surrounding pool deck and features a four-bolt installation with a sturdy jig plate. It includes an adjustable footrest and lap belt, along with dual flip-up armrests that accentuate comfort and quality design. Stainless steel construction makes it highly durable, and its 18" wide seat can be set back up to 16". With convenient push button operation and a rechargeable battery unit complete with its own charger, the Ranger personifies user simplicity. Measures 60" (l) x 25-1/2" (w) x 38" (h).

Highlights:

Quality Construction

Quality Construction

Its stainless steel frame ensures durability and structural reliability, and its powder coated finish reduces wear and tear over time for a long lasting pool lift
Rechargeable Battery

Rechargeable Battery

It includes a fully rechargeable 24V battery to power its performance, complete with its own charger for convenience and reliability
ADA Compliant

ADA Compliant

Its design and construction have been independently verified to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines, ensuring safety and compliancy with existing codes