My records

These are some of my “records” of various elevators I’ve filmed so far, from the highest, fastest, largest, etc.

Each of these records contains a video link (from my YouTube channel) of the corresponding elevator. Go check them below!

  • TALLEST ride / LONGEST travel distance
  • TALLEST machine room less elevator /  MOST number of floors (MRL category)
  • LARGEST elevator
    • IKEA Alam Sutera, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
    • 5000 kg
    • KONE
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: November 26, 2015 (latest: March 31, 2016)
  • FASTEST elevator
    • Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo, Japan
    • 600 m/min (to Tembo Deck only, the ride only took 50 seconds from the ground floor!)
    • Toshiba
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: December 2012
  • SLOWEST elevator
    • Suntec City, Singapore (platform lift at level B1 near Fountain of Wealth entrance, Lift VLP-4)
    • Unknown speed, but it is extremely slow!
    • Unknown brand (possibly made by a local company)
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: February 15, 2011 (latest: November 30, 2015)
  • SMALLEST elevator
    • Suntec City, Singapore (platform lift at level B1 near Fountain of Wealth entrance, Lift VLP-4)
    • 2 persons/500 kg
    • Unknown brand
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: February 15, 2011 (latest: November 30, 2015)
  • MOST number of floors
    • Location to be added
    • Number of floors to be confirmed
    • Brand to be confirmed
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: N/A
  • SHORTEST travel distance
    • Suntec City, Singapore (platform lift at level B1 near Fountain of Wealth entrance, Lift VLP-4)
    • 2 floors
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: February 15, 2011 (latest: November 30, 2015)
  • OLDEST elevator filmed
    • Takashimaya Nihombashi, Tokyo, Japan
    • 1933 (modernized a few times after that)
    • OTIS
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: December 2012 (latest: February 2016)
  • TALLEST vintage elevator filmed so far
    • Shaw Tower, Singapore
    • 37 floors, including levels B1 and 11A
    • Mitsubishi (installed in 1974)
    • Click here for the video
    • Filmed: April 28, 2017

Updated: June 22, 2018

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