Pride Specialty LC-576 Infinite Position
virgil r. from concordia, mo
I feel the overall strengths are great.
So far I have not found any.
Reviewed on 08/09/2016
lynn h. from anaheim, ca
Reviewed on 06/05/2016
Ordered wrong size of chair and controls are too difficult for patient.
robbie f. from boise city, ok (caregiver)
86-year-old mother who is unable to walk; can pivot with some weight on legs. Increasing confusion making it difficult to operate TV, phone, remotes.
Well constructed, quality materials, positioning much desired and beneficial to patient.
Too tall for patient (had to lift patient into chair in upright position or sitting); had to work controls for patient (couldn't reposition herself); no swivel as her previous chair (used to turn her to TV or visitors)
Reviewed on 11/15/2015
The product is good. The overall experience though was not so good.
anthony d. from kathleen, ga (caregiver)
Mother, 94 years of age. Reasonable health and mobility.
The ease of use and it is well-made.
Getting it delivered and getting it to be operational.
Reviewed on 10/18/2015
The warranty card is not in English and there is a clunking sound in the mechanism.
lincoln s. from vashon, wa
67 year old male with balance issues.
The appearance of the chair.
Quality control of the product.
Reviewed on 10/04/2015
frances k. from newport news, va
I am 68 and was recently diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy. I had a lot trouble getting out of regular char. This chair is wonderful
Ease of operation and comfort
Reviewed on 09/26/2015
jim c. from daly city, ca
65 year old with lymphedema in both legs; need to elevate legs
Chair leans to one side. Motor is not strong enough to lift my legs; it only worked for one day
Reviewed on 09/14/2015
g g. from pleasanton, ca
89 years old with fair mobility
Remains in the lift position after exiting. Would like chair to automatically return to seated position to facilitate next use. Chair motion is too slow while under control
Reviewed on 08/10/2015
bruce m. from forked river, nj (caregiver)
My wife, Sally, is age 76. She is a leg amputee for the past 8 years--her prime chair was a Lazy-boy recliner --this new one has completely made her r
Engineering design -- top quality -- ease of use---just great for a person with my wife's problem and for older people that enjoy the comfort of a recliner without the work of closing or reclining it manually.
No weakness except one comment---the LED lighting of the control switch is too bright without any adjustment
Reviewed on 08/06/2015
Allows user to configure back rest and foot support for maximum comfort.
james m. from tuscon, az (caregiver)
User is my wife. She needs a walker to get around and wasn't comfortable in any of the chairs we had.
Provides a comfortable position for someone with limited mobility. The configuration can be varied when one position becomes uncomfortable.
Assembly instructions could be clearer. My son and I assembled it and we figured things out without too much difficulty, but we are both engineers. I suspect others might find the task daunting.
Reviewed on 06/27/2015