With Dual, Synchronized Motors for the recline and lift functions; you can enjoy the art of reclining in this Mega Motion Power Recliner. With convenient pockets on both sides to hold, a USB port in the hand control for charging your phone or tablets; relax in the full chaise pad seat (comfort head to toe) recliner. Designed for the 5'8" to 6' person and up to 500 pounds occupant weight.
- Bariatric power recline and lift system - dual, synchronized motors keep the recliner level when in operation
- Convenient pocket on both sides of the chair to store magazines, newspapers or a remote control
- Erognomic hand control with large keypads for ease of operation; routed between the seat and back for choice of left or right placement for use
- Heay duty steel lift frame and reclining mechanism, counter-balanced for ease of operatioon, wear tested up to 15,000 cycles (average of 7 to 8 years of use)
- Integrated emergency battery backup - Requires two 9 volt batteries (not included) installed into the transfomer device
- Chaise pad seating for head to toe support and comfort
- All fabrics tested to "Heave Duty" wear standard and meet medical standards
- Designed for someone 5'8" to 6' in height
||Power Lift Chairs
||Ultimate Power Recliner
|Occupant Weight Limit:
||Dual side railed with 7/8" furniture grade plywood with 7/8" hardwood front and back rails with 7 sinuous wire seat springs
||Furniture grade laminated wood and some solid wood components; notched/glued/stapled for durability
|Leg Levelers for uneven floor surfaces:
||Synchronized Dual Motor Recline/Lift - keeps the recliner level when in operation
|Hand Wand Control:
||USB Port in Handwand
||Yes - Performance Fabrics
||One year on parts and service; limited lift time on steel lift frame
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