VivaLift! Metro 2
An overstuffed backrest with a contoured seat will make the Metro your favorite comfy chair.
(Model No. PLR925)
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Does exactly what I needed for.
Love the adjustable headrest. No need to prop my head up with a pillow any longer.
Phone charger is very slow, may be fine to just leave plugged in while using to slow battery drainage.
robert p. from north tonawanda, ny
I suffered severe injuries to my hip and pelvis, and lower extremities, in a vehicle accident.
Overall the chair is helping my husband a lot.
angelica z r. from corning, ca (caregiver)
My husband is really pleased with the chair, it helps him to keep his feet elevated. He likes being able to get up with the help of the chair easily
Has made it possible to rise without pain and difficulty.
The extensive adjustability of the chair to comfortably accommodate any use intended for it from A to Z.
Slightly smaller than I expected but I've quickly adapted to it as what I needed.
richard n. from saint augustine, fl
Male age 75, 30% disabled vet, obese, insulin dependent diabetic with neuropathy in feet and lower legs, COPD, fully torn rotator cuffs in shoulders.
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veronica r. from new york, ny (caregiver)
arms need to be wider
donna c. from corning, oh
It gives me the ability to get up from my Viva Lift recliner easier.
It was getting into the position at first - now it's better
reiko u. from city, ca
I am 92 years old and the user of the Viva Lift chair - a god friend of mine told me of he Viva Lift recliner.
Making my life less painful
Options for positiins
When at full standup, you feel as if you can fall forward. Also, it is too firmm
marshall l. from tbd, pa
74 yo female with very weak bones, at risk for bone break and getting up from seat is difficult and painful.
Over all the chair features do not accomodate small people.
The adjustable head rest and lift aspect with remote control.
The foot rest is short and doesn't elevate my feet high enough to help circulation. Seat padding should also be more.
lorraine m. from blaine, mn
Foot rest is to short even though I'm 56" my feet hang over the foot rest. This is not comfortable. Also the foot rest does not elevate high enough.
Very nice chair overall.
Not sure at this point and time only had it a few days.
None so far.
harold b. from independence, mo
I am 77 years old and disabled. need the chair to get up and down.
Head and lumbar support positions.
Could include a memory function on remote.
tom m. from sarasota, fl (caregiver)
75 year old wife with severe arthritis in both shoulders and one knee
The leg lift is a little low.
It does lift me up high enough to get up with not a lot of pain. It is reasonably comfortable.
The remote seems to be pre-programmed for the back. It goes down to what seems to be a set point, not where I'd like it. The leg lift is a little low.
terry g. from houston, tx
Hi, I'm 72 years old, male with severe arthritis in both knees and severe arthritis in my right hip. Thus, the need for a lift chair.
Power chair meets almost all expectations.
I enjoy the various power features, especially the head, back and foot positions. The chair is very comfortable and meets almost all my expectations.
The lumbar power adjuster is virtually useless. Not sure if the position is the problem. Also having a problem with seat cushion. It is already sagging after only about a month's usage.
norman h. from marietta, ga