Restwell Dallas Fabric Lift and Rise Adjustable Recliner Armchair
VAT Exempt Price £568.16
Offering superb comfort, style and performance, the Restwell Dallas lift and rise adjustable recliner chair is purposely designed to promote independent living.
The Dallas exhibits a traditional style with a soft and comfortable button back design and is offered in a choice of rwo luxurious chenille fabrics, terracotta and sand.
The recliner boasts a single motor mechanism that controls the back and footrest simultaneously. This means when the user raises the footrest, the backrest gently reclines at the same time.
The first variable recline position operates the foot and backrest to a rest position. The second position reclines the chair to an almost horizontal position. This offers total support to all of the body and is especially beneficial for assistance to relieve aches and pains in the lower back or legs.
The lift function will smoothly raise the entire chair up and forward, allowing the user to access and exit the chair with minimum physical effort.
The Dallas is controlled via a simple to operate two button handset, that is conveniently located at the side of the chair.
The chair is mains powered, however it also benefits from a battery back-up system should the power supply fail.
Another safety feature is the sprung loaded footrest; this significantly reduces the risk of accidental entrapment.
The recliner can accommodate a 23 stone capacity and for ease of movement it is fitted with heavy duty castors.
Designed for those who need assistance, the Restwell Dallas lift and rise adjustable recliner chair offers 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.