An electrically operated recliner chair with elevating footrest and a stand-up function. It has a steel and wooden frame and a three cushion backrest. The chair is upholstered with wooden arm ends. Available in a choice of fabrics with some customising available.
Extra product information
The reclining and standing mechanism is operated by a pressure pad hand control attached to a cord which can be located on either side of the chair. Releasing pressure on the switch will automatically stop the chair in the required position.
The back cushion of the chair can be in two or three sections. Each one is attached to the framework and is zippered to allow additional padding to be added. This allows for customising of lumbar and neck support. Each cushion is filled with dacron.
Chair comes standard with battery back up in case of power failure.
Massage units are available as an option.
SEAT is filled with high density foam with dacron overlay. Standard chaise seat.
ARMRESTS are fully padded and have a pocket either side for storage of the hand control. It has teak wood trimmed feature arms and arm rest covers.
FOOTREST is padded and incorporated in the chair. It elevates to a position just below the level of the seat when in the fully reclined position.
UPHOLSTERY is available in a wide range of fabrics or vinyl.
CUSTOMISATION of the amount and density of padding in the lumbar and neck sections of the backrest, the chair height, and the seat width and depth are available.
Electric recline only
Ezy-Rest, South Australia
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Grange: Electric lift and recline
- Width of Seat 530 mm
- Seat to top of backrest 720 mm
- Height of Seat from Ground 480 mm
- Length Overall 940 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 100 kg
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