Pride Elegance LC-421 Line 3-Position (LC-550*)
kathleen d. from irving, tx
65 year old woman....cannot walk but uses a walker to get to the chair. I find the chair very comfortable and ease of use is important.
Easy to get in and out of, especially with lift element.
Could be a little softer
Reviewed on 10/24/2016
daniel l. from beech island, sc
54 male. Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis 5'7" 180 lbs
Comfortable back and seat
The seat and chair are way too small even for a medium framed person. The footrest does not line up with the seat when fully raised causing a large uncomfortable lump right behind the knees. Not happy with the product but costs too much to ship back.
Reviewed on 05/08/2016
eleanor g. from kennedyville, md
I have arthritis in my spine and neck which makes it difficult getting up and down from a regular recliner.
Controls are straightforward and not difficult to use.
Hooking up controls not easy, due to position of plugins facing the wrong direction. Not sure if we have the massage potion of controls installed properly. Massages all over no matter what you set the controls on.
Reviewed on 04/30/2015
lyn m. from half moon bay, ca
69 year old woman with ALS
Ease of use. Speedy delivery.
Custom upholstery job lacked attention to detail with an uneven hem on the lower right corner of the back cover preventing complete closure.
Reviewed on 03/02/2014
susan h. from rochester, ny
61 yrs. old with severe arthritis
It's very comfortable and easy to use.
Reviewed on 04/19/2013
martha g. from easley, sc (caregiver)
88 year old female, recently suffered neck fractures and weakness in knees and back
perfect fit cushioning, she loves the heat option!
none that we know of
Reviewed on 04/16/2012
samia f. from modesto, ca (caregiver)
It gives you your independence back
Reviewed on 04/05/2012
frances u. from ruffin, sc
A good looking chair, and does the job!
the cloth could be softer, chair doesn't feel steady as it raise's , and there's a bumb.
Reviewed on 03/10/2012
preston c. from westby, wi
age-81, severe osteoarthritis, nerve damage to left leg
Reviewed on 02/17/2012
mark s. from sanford, me
Missing a leg (BK) and have a prosthesis in the shoulder.
Looks and comfort
The shipping contractor called from the highway and said he had a 42 footer and wondered if he could get to my house, (no), so I had to pick it up in my truck.
Reviewed on 12/11/2011