Pride Specialty Wall Hugger LC-835 2-Position (LC-805*)
sam m. from charlotte, nc (caregiver)
My brother is the user and is in a nursing home in WV. He needs assistance getting up and down and this chair is great and takes up less space
Wall hugging and space saving; especially due to nursing home he is in is smaller than previous assisted living space
None, only issue I had was the service provider who was supposed to provide the $200 "White Glove" service. I didn't receive this service and had to push back to get the refund/credit of the $200. that wasn't performed. Thanks to customer service for this credit/refund for the service was provided.
Reviewed on 11/05/2015
kenneth f. from baytown, tx (caregiver)
Eldery lady 93 years of age. She loves the heat and vibration of the chair. Look forward to her using this for a long period.
Reviewed on 04/01/2015
carl b. from elwood, ne (caregiver)
stands up to the use
Reviewed on 09/26/2013
joseph k. from annapolis, md
90 Years old,70% Disabled American Veteran,Bad back,Bad knees.Use it to watch TV
OK but not for watching TV
Too overstuffed.Legs do not go up high enough. Lower back cushion too big which makes it hard to sit up straight.I like my PRIDE all position Lift Chair better but not for TV.
Reviewed on 04/19/2013
sandra m. from bristol, ri (caregiver)
80 y/o stroke victim with some cognitive deficits.
Ease of use
Needs someplace for remote to live
Reviewed on 07/15/2011
ruth n. from tucson, az
Age 85; Neuropathy which makes walking painful; Difficulty getting up and down.
Ease of using. Love the wall hugging feature.
Don't know yet. Only had it a short while.
Reviewed on 07/08/2011
seymour g. from silver spring, md
A little confusing that the chair does not recline except electronically. The heat and massage option does not work very well.Doesn't get very warm.
The electronic lift feature
Can't raise legs manually which causes confusion at times. One button operation not up and down to stand so counter intuitive.
Reviewed on 06/05/2011
shirley c. from st. louis park, mn (caregiver)
86 year old female
Reviewed on 04/09/2009
pamela v. from nanjemoy, md (caregiver)
86 and broke her hip in Nov 07
the comfort and helping the cargiver help the person to stand, you are not pulling on them b/c at that age there bones are very delicate. If you have a love one that sits all day in an assist living home, these chairs work wonderful, their comfort is the most important and that makes them happy.
nothing so far
Reviewed on 08/14/2008
donald a. from fort worth, tx
The recline and lift features.
It's not very comfortable.
Reviewed on 03/17/2007