July 15, 2019
Once only seen in care homes and hospitals, rise and recline chairs are now available in exciting fabrics and soft, luxurious leather options and look stunning in any modern, contemporary sitting room and lounge.
Rise and Recline chairs have two key functions, they rise up to help with standing and they recline to achieve a comfortable, lying position. Whilst helping to reduce pressure in the joints, neck and back, they also provide a comfortable relaxing position and could become the most comfortable chair you will ever own!
It is important however that you choose the correct size and this can only be achieved by trying the chairs before you buy. Rise and Recline chairs are available in up to 4 different sizes and in many fabric and leather choices which means you can create a chair that is completely bespoke to you!
To make life even easier chairs are also available with single and dual motors. So what does this mean?
Using a hand set, single motor chairs allow the user to adjust the leg rest and backrest at the same time. As the backrest reclines, the footrest elevates and so pressure on your hips is reduced and you get a comfortable reclined position without sliding out of the seat! A single motor chair is often the choice of someone with reduced mobility, back or joint problems.
A dual motor rise and recline chair operates in the same way as a single motor but is more versatile offering the option to raise the leg rest and reclining backrest separately. This is the preferred option for someone who has a greater mobility level and may just struggle to find a comfortable, relaxing position.
The choice you make depends on what you expect from your chair, our specialist staff can help you make that decision according to your needs and also provide inspiration with numerous fabric and leather choices.
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Check out our Easy Living page https://www.russellfrancis.co.uk/mobility-store/reclining-chairs-sofas
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