An electrically operated, reinforced steel and wooden framed, fully upholstered (backrest, seat, armrests), heavy duty lounge chair with reclining backrest, elevating legrest, stand up function, and integrated heat and massage therapy. The chair has been designed to suit the bariatric client and has a load capacity of 200kg. The chair is available with a range of fabric choices and may be customised to suit individual need.
Extra product information
CONTROLS: The chair has two hand held controllers on extendable cords, each with their own upholstery pockets. The respective controllers can be mounted on either the left or right sides. The first controller operates the tilt and recline, stand up and legrest elevate function. It has two soft touch switches. The first is a 'down arrow' which simultaneously tilt and reclines chair and raises the legrest. The second switch is an 'up arrow' which firstly sits the chair into an upright position which simultaneously lowering the legrest, and then proceeds to tilt the chair forward to assist the person to a standing position. The second controller has numerous soft touch switches used to adjust the therapeutic heat and vibration massage functions of the chair.
Abode Style Furniture/Australia
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Models / Specifications
Model base: base
- Width of Seat 650 mm
- Depth of Seat 520 mm
- Height of Seat Front 460 mm
- Seat to top of backrest 870 mm
- Length Overall 700 mm
- Height Overall 1120 mm
- Width Overall 626 mm
- Weight of User 200 kg (maximum load capacity)
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