Restwell Chicago Fabric Lift and Rise Adjustable Recliner Armchair


VAT Exempt Price £479.83

Key Facts:
  • Durable Rembrandt fabric
  • Battery back-up system
  • Distinct lift, rise and recline action
  • Maximum user weight 23 stone

W83cm x D93cm x H108cm

  • FREE day of choice delivery
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Offering traditional style and superb value for money, the Restwell Chicago Lift and Rise Adjustable Recliner Chair is carefully designed to aid comfort and promote independent living.

The Chicago is the ideal choice for those suffering from the following medical conditions: MS, Arthritis, Rheumatism, circulation problems and many other conditions affecting mobility.

It has supportive armrests, a generously padded seat with a soft and comfortable back design for superior lumbar support.

The Chicago also features a distinct lift, rest and recline action. This allows the user to relax at ease, will gently lift them into a standing position or alternatively it can be adjusted into the supreme comfort snooze position.

The chair offers a smooth and quiet operation and is easily controlled via a simple to use two button handset; conveniently located at the side of the chair.

For complete peace of mind, the Chicago has a safety key built into the hand controller and should the power fail, it has an in-built fail safe battery back-up system.

The Chicago recliner is upholstered in a aluxurious Rembrandt gold fabric, engineered to a 23 stone capacity and is available on an express delivery service.

Designed for those with limited mobility, the Restwell Chicago lift and rise adjustable recliner chair provides advanced levels of comfort and support.

VAT relief:  If you have a chronic medical condition that can be alleviated by a rise and recline chair then you need not pay VAT. We ask you to submit to us a signed, self certification VAT relief form (we can e mail or post you a blank copy) and then we can refund you the VAT.

Chronic condition? By chronic we mean a condition that will not go away, e.g. a broken leg wouldn't count but heart conditions (circulatory problems), arthritis, fluid retention, chronic back pain would all qualify.