An electrically operated rising and reclining lounge chair designed to assist the user with sitting and rising from the chair. Chair has height adjustable headrest and inbuilt massage and heat function using corded remote. The backrest is not independently adjustable. The recline and lift feature of the chair is operated using two large push buttons mounted on the side of chair. A range of fabrics are available including stain and water resistant fabrics. Chair is made to order and can be customised further.
Abode Style Furniture/Australia
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Models / Specifications
Model base: base
- Depth 540 mm
- Height of Fixed Armrest from Seat 120 mm
- Height of Seat 510 mm
- Width of Seat 510 mm
- Seat to top of backrest 640 mm (includes headrest)
- Height Overall 1090 mm
- Width Overall 755 mm
- Depth Overall 780 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 146 kg
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