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Mistakes to avoid when buying a power lift chair recliner

08 Mar Mistakes to avoid when buying a power lift chair recliner

 

 

If you are searching for the power lift recliner chairs, then there are a few important things you must put into consideration. The power lift recliners are inexpensive for what they do, but the variety of options available can often confuse you in regard to which one may suit you the best. If you are buying this chair for medical purposes especially, avoid making these following mistakes:

The number of positions:

This is the first and the most important feature that you must consider. The power lift recliner chairs come in two to three positions generally, while a number of positions are available in some. The infinite position models mostly feature two motors that allow you to operate the backrest independently and footrest independently. For people who want to sit upright, with the footrest, a little raised up would love this option. The 3 and 2 position chair requires of the backrest to be reclined for the footrest to rise as they operate on a single motor. The 3 position chair only differs in terms of the angle of recline.

Body size:

This is, of course, an important mistake you must avoid. It is imperative that the chair is larger than your size. For medical purposes and comfort both, the larger and the deeper the cushion, the better. Select a chair that prevents your legs from touching the floor when you sit up. A model that is too small for your lower back support is probably no what you are looking for.

Fabric:

Leather seems attractive. But would it suit you in all weather conditions? When purchasing an indoor element, always consider the weather conditions in which you live. Leather would cause you to sweat a lot in summer. It is not the best material at a high cost if it fails to give you comfort.

Living Area:

Is the space you have enough to accommodate the chair? Are you going to be placing it against the wall or in the middle of the room? There are wall-saver models. So if you are planning to put it against the wall, may as well see the models designed for that purpose. Placing a recliner that was designed to be placed comfortably within the other furniture against the wall would just ruin its feel. Also, standard models of recliner chairs can slide backward and out which could be an issue in tight areas.

 

 



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