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Mcombo Electric Power Lift Recliner Chair with Massage and Heat for Elderly, Extended Footrest, Lumbar Pillow, Fabric 7529

Item# 0000000000000003315300000000000061607529P | Model# 6160-7529 | Added on September 10, 2021 |
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Mcombo Electric Power Lift Recliner Chair with Massage and Heat for Elderly, Extended Footrest, Lumbar Pillow, Fabric 7529
$679.90
$849.88
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Power Lift Assistance: Counter-balanced lift mechanism with a TUV certified actuator pushes the entire chair up to assist the user stand up easily. It’s an ideal solution for anybody who has mobility issues or recovering from surgery. Full-body Vibration & Lumbar Heating: It comes with 8 vibrating points (shoulder, back, thigh, foot) around the chair and 1 lumbar heating piece, you can select different modes and intensities to eliminate your muscle fatigue and stress. Extended Footrest: Adding up to an additional 4.7" extension to the footrest so that you can really stretch your body at full length and still have your feet well supported without cutting off circulation. (Recommended Height: 5'1"-5'9") Dual USB ports & Cup holders: With the help of the USB ports, keep your must-have devices fully charged and close to you. Meanwhile, put your drink on the cup holder when you relaxing on the chair and watching TV. (ONLY for low-power devices, such as mobile phone.) IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Delivery: The chair comes with 2 boxes and we ship them on the same day but the carrier may deliver on different days. 2. Easy assembly required, no tools needed. 3. Max reclining angle: 140°. 4. If you have any concerns regarding your health, consult your doctor before using the product.

What could be easier than getting you to stand up and lie down?

Just try to touch two buttons of your Mcombo Power Lift Recliner.


Product Updates in Dec 2020

  • Adding a footrest
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