An extremely comfortable, high-quality silk touch fabric reclining lift sofa
They are made out of long-lasting and exceptionally durable material. The Chicago Lift Sofa includes a motorised mechanism providing a comfortable reclined position or even a helpful lift out at the touch of a button! The Stand Up Recliner Chair has a seat and backrest made of viscoelastic foam and shape memory. This electric lift sofa chair is highly recommended for seniors, aged care and people with disabilities that limit their movement and bariatric patients. For someone who has trouble sitting down and getting back up on their own, this electric lift sofa's stand-up function can help you in just that.
The stand-up function helps you stand up whilst putting minimal pressure on the user.
The massage option can help unique users' needs whilst in a comfortable position.
This Electric sofa chair can also be used as a regular stand-up sofa chair.
The Standup Lift Chair can be adjusted to elevate your feet, promoting healthy circulation by keeping blood and oxygen flowing through your legs, feet and body.
This can help reduce swelling, fluid retention and the risk of developing varicose veins.
The lift function will raise you close to a full standing position.
The recline function will adjust you into a close to full sleeping position.
Features of the Stand Up Electric Lift Sofa:
- This electric lift sofa is recommended for seniors, aged care and people with disabilities
- One-touch hand controlled remotely with adjustable positions
- Remote control with massage option
- High-quality faux leather
- Very comfortable recliner chair
- Durable material
- Genuine Leather and PVC material
- Easy to use
- Mocca AND black colour
- Model: 191
- Maximum weight capacity: 180kg
- Backrest height: 70cm
- Seat dimensions (Height x Width x Depth): 105cm x 78cm x 73cm
- Seat from floor: 47Cm
This Lift Sofa is recommended for everyone, including people with:
- Limited mobility
- Hip surgical recovery, including total hip replacements
- Individuals recovering from traumatic brain injuries such as stroke
- Unilateral paresis
- Cerebral palsy GMFCS level III-V
- Multiple sclerosis
- Motor Neurone disease
- Parkinson's disease