Riser Recliner Chairs: The Repose Guide
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If you are considering purchasing riser recliner chairs for yourself or someone else, there are a few things you need to know. A riser recliner chair can offer support and comfort, as well as peace of mind for the user.
What Is a Riser Recliner Chair?
A riser recliner chair is a specialist seating option for those who may be beginning to find it challenging to get in and out of a regular chair. Riser recliner chairs offer comfortable and safe support to help users stand up from a sitting position more easily.
The riser recliner chair offers more comfortable sitting and reclining positions than regular sofas or chairs.
How Does a Riser Recliner Chair Work?
The riser recliner chair offers a simple and easy-to-use solution for those needing specific mobility support. A control panel, usually found on the chair's body, will have a button that enables the user to control how the chair moves. The footrest, back, and seat itself will rise at a slow pace to ensure maximum stability and support. Since the chair moves at a slow and even pace, there is no pressure on the arms, hips, or legs.
In addition, there are several different options in terms of colour, fabric options, and motor type that you can choose from when investing in a Repose riser recliner chair. To find out more about our riser recliner chairs, get in touch with a member of our highly-experienced and friendly team today on +44 (0)1384 567401 or by emailing the Repose team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Single Motor Vs Dual Motor: What's The Difference?
There are slight variations in how the single motor chairs and a dual motor chair will be
Dual motor riser recliner chairs has two motors, one motor will control the backrest, and the other will operate the riser and footrest. Each of the dual motors will have its own set of buttons. The dual recliner is often recommended for those who want more flexibility and an option over their comfort.
Single motor riser recliner chairs contain a single motor that controls the electric functions of the chair, including the riser, footrest, and backrest. These electric functions can all be controlled from a single set of buttons but, using a single motor chair will limit the flexibility on the positions of your footrest and backrest.
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Benefits Of Using Riser Recliner Chairs
Mobility recliner chairs come with a huge range of benefits for the user, and when looking for the best riser recliner chairs, here are a few things you should keep in mind.
Helping To Reduce Health Risks
One of the key benefits is that riser recliner chairs enables the user to stand and sit without putting too much pressure on the body - and remain stable as they do so. They reduce the likelihood of falling when coming from a sitting to a standing position.
A riser recliner can also help reduce the likelihood of pressure sores, as the user sits or lays down and can be regularly altered.
Supporting Active and Independent Living
Riser recliner chairs for the elderly or those with mobility issues enable more independent living. The user can comfortably be seated or get up without assistance using the easy control mechanisms.
Riser Recliner Chairs Allow for Greater Mobility
The riser recliner chair means a greater range of motion is available while in a seated position. Alleviating some of the pain and pressure felt in the body.
Combining Comfort with Style
Repose recliner chairs come in a wide range of styles and fabrics to fit with the rest of the interior of the user’s home. You can select a style, material, and colour that suits your needs and get all the support you need from your riser recliner.
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Why wait? Order your bespoke riser recliner chair today by getting in touch and speaking to a member of our highly-skilled, experienced and friendly team today on +44 (0)1384 567401 or by emailing our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact our team by using our contact form below. We look forward to hearing from you.