An electrically operated recliner lounge chair with stand up function and elevating legrest. It has a smaller frame suited for small to medium size users. It has a wooden and steel frame and is upholstered. Optional battery backup is available. The chair is available with a range of fabric choices and may be customised to suit individual need. Available in single motor or dual motor.
Optional glides available. Heat and massage unit also available.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Ruby Electric Lift Recliner: Single motor or dual motor electric lift chair
- Depth of Seat 520 mm
- Height of Backrest 650 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 120 kg
- Length Overall 810 mm
- Height of Seat 460 mm
- Width of Seat 530 mm
- Height Overall 1060 mm
- Width Overall 760 mm
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