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1 Hartland Powered Lifting Chair


Easy to operate powered lifting chair. Ideal if you have restricted mobility. Helps you rise up from and lower down to a seated position safely. The seat moves up smoothly using the hand control provided. Ideal alternative to rise and recline chair when space is limited. Use in the lounge, dining room or bedroom. Finished in Vinyl Wheat or Chocolate Microfibre. Maximum user weight 16st. Seat size (W x D x H) 21 x 19 x 19¾". Seat height (lifting) 26". Backrest height 27".


POWERED LIFTING


Code £419.00 ONLY 2 Devon Rise & Recline Chair


With supportive and comfortable waterfall back this stylish chair allows you to sit in three positions: upright as in a conventional chair, reclined back to 45° - ideal to watch TV or read, or fully reclined so you can relax and rest. Provides a secure rise to a standing position, ensuring steady and safe transfers in and out of the chair. Now with enhanced tilt in space feature which reduces the amount of space required to operate. Available in Wheat Vinyl and Chocolate Microfibre finish. Maximum user weight 26st. Seat size (W x D x H) 20 x 20¾ x 19”. Backrest height 27½”. Overall depth required when tilted 56½”. Overall width 30½”. Code


Colour M49056 Wheat Vinyl M49068 Chocolate Microfibre


Wheat Vinyl


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£639.00 £639.00


Chocolate Microfibre


Helpful, Informative Customer Service 2 £639.00 ONLY Colour M15678 Wheat Vinyl M15689 Chocolate Microfibre


Wheat Vinyl


Chocolate Microfibre


Price


£419.00 £419.00


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