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iris a. from orlando, fl
Bought this chair for my mother. She loves it. The color is perfect- matches the sofa in the living room.
Reviewed on 01/03/2017
gerald p. from gulf breeze, fl
85 years old, has trouble getting up from most chairs. Sleeps in this chair.
Comfortable, easy to operate, infinite positions.
I haven't found any weaknesses so far.
Reviewed on 12/01/2016
monte b. from garland, tx
76 years old male and chair is used for relaxation. I have back problems and other physical needs.
Well constructed and ease of use.
The lumbar feature should also have the massage feature
Reviewed on 09/18/2016
thaddeus h. from gainsville, fl
91 years old, disabled WW II veteran. uses walker to get around.
Easy to set down and get up. well constructed.
Seat not soft enough for an old butt.
Reviewed on 06/16/2016
george f. from newark, ny (caregiver)
Easy to use, ultra soft back, programmable positions.
Springy seat could've used more padding to make it fluffier.
Reviewed on 05/29/2016
elaine c. from manassas, va
I am 81, have degenerative joint weakness & pain, have difficulty sleeping/getting in and out of a regular bed, & have to sit a great deal.
To be able to customize the various set positions to fit the individual.
Wish the footrest had more padding for greater overnight comfort for heels. I use a foam pillow for greater comfort.
Reviewed on 04/27/2016
edwin g. from orland, ca (caregiver)
Edwin is 96 he is mobile but is weak.
Lift and recliner works great.
Not very comfortable
Reviewed on 03/24/2016
cheryl s. from sylmar, ca
I'm 72, been ill with cancer and have difficulty walking and getting up.
I'm impressed with how well it is made. Others I have had have fallen apart with in weeks.
I haven't noticed any yet
Reviewed on 03/16/2016
marilyn n. from elmsford, ny
To sit in, raise my legs and get assistance in getting to my feet
Comfortable, easy to operate
Can't sit up straight with legs raised, one of the main purposes for which I purchased the chair. Back and legs should work independently of each other. Armrest covers would be nice. Most expensive furniture has them.
Reviewed on 01/30/2016
leone r. from parnell, ia
69 years old, severe arthritis
Like that back and footrest are independently positionable.
Needs more cushioning to leg support, arms narrow and non supportive, loud thump when going from upright to reclined. Was serviced, unable to identify problem.
Reviewed on 11/14/2015