Pride Specialty LC-105 3-Position
gerald c. from alameda, ca
Reviewed on 11/05/2016
frederich s. from fonddulac, wi (caregiver)
Reviewed on 10/28/2016
bruce c t. from schurz, nv
78 year old man. Weak legs from dialysis treatments, recently broke arm in a fall. Unable to get out of a normal chair, this chair allows me to stand.
Quiet, moves at a steady speed
Well the only problem I have is the color I ordered is not the color I received
Reviewed on 10/02/2016
william k. from west farmington, oh
79 year old with severe arthritis in the back and unable to sleep in a bed.
A sturdy chair with a very quiet operation.
Had this chair for a month and found no weaknesses.
Reviewed on 10/01/2016
The back of the chair has a large filled bottom and a flat top, makes it very uncomfortable when trying to rest your head as the neck is bent back
barbara s. from port saint lucie, fl
77 years old, cannot walk with walker, also has vertigo. and a bad back along with other problems
The back is wrong, it should have more stuffing on the top so the head has something to rest on when reclined.
Reviewed on 09/23/2016
will t. from peoria, az
78 year old Parkinson patient; 6'1";212 lbs. Balance issues. 2nd stage PD. Needed assist to exit previously owned recliner.
Very smooth transition to desired position.
Slow getting to standing exit position. Head rest position basically non-existent.
Reviewed on 07/30/2016
shelia m. from lancaster, va (caregiver)
He is 94 yeas old, independent, but has very bad knees due to arthritis.
Cost is great for the quality.
Reviewed on 07/27/2016
jackie f. from martinsville, in
Great chair, I can sleep real good.
Reviewed on 05/29/2016
robin f. from raleigh, nc (caregiver)
My 85 year old father has a hard time getting up out of chairs and really loves this chair.
Ease of use
Reviewed on 05/20/2016
nancy c. from southbridge, ma
My 83 year old Mom uses the chair and she loves it! It helps her to get up much easier and is very comfortable and easy to use!
The material and the electronics
The arm protectors do not stay on. They slide off. Maybe attach Velcro to them.
Reviewed on 05/18/2016