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A waterfall back riser recliner chair with generous padding, premium upholstery and elegant styling. Configurable size and motor options to ensure the...
A buttoned back riser recliner chair with generous padding, premium upholstery and elegant styling. Configurable size and motor options to...
The Simplicity is a mobile, advanced care chair providing a high level of postural adjustment to create both a supportive...
A riser recliner is simply a chair that is designed for those who struggle to stand up or sit down on a normal sofa or armchair. They are a helping hand, particularly for those with restricted mobility, medical conditions such as arthritis, or where circulation is poor.
Riser recliners are a more comfortable solution, as they have generous padding which helps users who sit for long periods of time. They also support knees and hips when guiding the user into position and can help reduce injuries/effort when trying to stand or sit down.
Riser Recliners run off mains power and have in-built motors to rise and recline the chair. The chair is operated by a handheld control that is connected to the chair’s motors. At the press of a button, the riser recliner gently and safely adjusts to the desired position – which goes from being fully reclined to fully risen.
Consists of a single built-in motor that controls the functions of the riser recliner which are seating position, rise, semi-reclined with footrest raised, full recline position.
Consists of two motors, one for the backrest and one for the footrest which means they can be controlled individually. In doing so, this means different seated positions can be created. Dual motor riser recliners have more buttons on the control to choose the preferred seated position.
All our Rise and Recline chairs use low voltage systems for the safety of the person sitting in the chair. This is around 24V. Riser recliners on standby mode use almost no power.
Sleeping in a riser recliner is generally safe if it’s comfortable and in moderation, however, it is not recommended for extended periods of time. Riser recliners are not intended to be slept in every night, and there are more appropriate options for those struggling to sleep.