Buyers' Guide Riser Chairs
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Lift chairs also known as recliner riser chairs are available in many different styles and fabrics, with multiple different motor options, this section will guide you through your choices.
Single or Dual Motor?
This is one of the first questions you may come across when trying to select a lift chair. In simple terms the more motors the chair has the more options you have.
A single motor chair will allow your legs to raise, then it will recline your backrest. When you sit up in the chair, the back will sit you up, then the footrest will pack away, and if you keep your finger on the button you will rise to your feet.
A duel motor chair will allow you to bring your feet up for a relaxed afternoon with a book. You can also bring your feet up and recline your back for a nice relaxing afternoon nap. Because you can move the backrest and leg rest separately, you can achieve many more positions than with a single motor lift chair, and you are not restricted to the order you need to do things.
Tilt in Space Chair
The T3 Lift Chair has been developed to give you more adjustment than ever before with a tilt in space feature. Tilt in space helps you maintain a better more supported position when reclined. This model also has the ability to raise your ankles higher then your heart allowing for optimal relief from various medical conditions.
The 670 Chair Bed from Pride Mobility has been designed for those who want to use their chair as a bed. During the day the 670 is an elegant waterfall back lift chair and at night, with the optional mattress, it quickly transforms into a comfortable bed.
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