The Ridgeway Riser Recliner

Our most versatile Riser recliner ever!  Probably one of the most comfortable chairs available anywhere!

 

Multi-function Riser recliner

  • Independent Tilt in space, Leg raise, back angle recline and sit to stand functions
  • Soft Contoured backrest with lateral support
  • Visco insert in leg rest and seat (interchangeable)
  • Med-High pressure relief in Seat & Leg section. * options include an active air cushion if needed
  • VP cover on seat and leg rest for ease of cleaning and increased effectiveness of pressure relief.
  • Waterfall backrest in VP (fully Adjustable pillows)
  • 20-40  Stone Client capacity.
  • The Ridgeway can be manufactured in a small, medium or large format

Standard features:

  • Multi positional lift function inc flat or tilted lift,
  • Independent tilt in space with independent leg rest and backrest  functions
  • Reduction of oedema with higher leg elevation can be achieved in combination with the Tilt In Space function
  • as well as reduced shearing and improved sitting balance.
  • There is a full thickness support underneath the pressure cushion to reduce the risk of bottoming out.

WARRANTY:

  • 5 year electrical warranty
  • 2 year warranty on the Mechanism-Chassis,1year Materials & Fabrics

 

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