- Seat size ranges from 23"-29.5"W x 19.5"-24"D
- Available in Small, Extra Wide Medium, Large, and Tall
- Two heavy duty motors for strength and support
- Full "Napper" position
- Exceptional lumbar support
Golden Technologies Comforter PR-501 Extra Wide Heavy Duty 3-Position
elford c. from plant city, fl
Difficulty standing and walking
Reviewed on 10/21/2016
avanelle r m. from lawrence, ks
Ordered chair PR 501 for my husband who spent over a month ICU and later 7 weeks in NH rehabilitation. Loved being able to get chair that fit finally
Gives husband better relaxing and rehab qualities not found in an old chair.
My fault not being home for delivery but easily put together. No note left with delivery. Sorry
Reviewed on 10/11/2016
dolores m. from winston-salem, nc
I am a heavy set 6 foot person with ms and cannot walk.
The quality of the chair is great. Made well and I am sure will last a long time.
Chair was too large even though I am heavy and 6 foot tall
Reviewed on 10/04/2016
tim h. from las vegas, nv
I am 71 yrs old and weigh 310 pounds. I bought the heavy duty (500 pound) unit to make sure I would not have any problems using the lift part of chair
500 pound weight capacity and ease of use.
None that I am aware of at this time.
Reviewed on 09/07/2016
john r. from san antonio, tx
Handicapped with two artificial knees and numerous other surgeries.
Way to hard and very hard to get comfortable in. When you recline the arms have a big gap and there is nowhere to rest your arms.
Reviewed on 08/27/2016
iris m. from cocoa, fl (caregiver)
Female 450# with severe arthritis of both knees, unable to get up from regular chair.
Manages the weight and allows user to have more independence. Lift chair enriches her life.
None so fat
Reviewed on 08/13/2016
dale t. from morgan's point resort, tx
73 year old man with bad knees and lower back pain.
It is sturdy. The motor is powerful enough for it's job. The fabric seems to be good quality. Seat is wide enough for anyone.
Seat back forces head forward causing neck pain. Seat is slightly too high, too hard and uneven.
Reviewed on 07/24/2016
larry a. from porterville, ca
Tell you in a year or so.
The foot makes to much noise.
Reviewed on 07/03/2016
michael r. from riverside, ca
70 YEAR OLD MALE, SEMI DISABLED.
EASE OF USE, OVERSIZE SEATING AREA.
BACK STARTS TO LAY DOWN BEFORE LEGS ARE FULLY RAISED.
Reviewed on 06/18/2016
david g. from eckert, co
Reviewed on 06/03/2016