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Pride Mobility Mega Motion Classica Power Lift Chair Recliner- Chocolate (inside delivery & assembly)

Item# SPM4299796221 | Model# WINDERMERE-CLASSICA-CHOCOLATE-WG | Added on February 22, 2019 |
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Pride Mobility Mega Motion Classica Power Lift Chair Recliner- Chocolate (inside delivery & assembly)
$749.00
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Mega Motion Classica Power Lift Chair Recliner- Chocolate (inside delivery & assembly)

The Windermere Classica is a three position lift chair – closed, partial recline, and full recline. Through the convenient hand wand you can stop the chair at any position from closed to fully reclined or any position in-between. This chair is a small-medium size chair best suited for people from 5'4" to 5'10". This versatile design features padded roll arms, a button tufted back, and a padded chaise seat for head-to-toe comfort. The Clasica also features a convenient side pocket to store magazines, newspapers, or the remote control. The Classica is equipped with a steel lift mechanism (325-lb. weight limit) and is backed by a one-year in-home service warranty.

Windereme lift chairs provide a personal independence and assist anyone that needs help sitting down or standing back up. Ideal for watching television, sleeping, reading, or simply to sit back and relax. With the touch of a button the chair gently rises or reclines. The electric motor provides a smooth transition from recline to a standing position, making it ideal for persons who have difficulty getting into or out of a chair. Includes with inside delivery and assembly.

These chairs are made by Windermere. Windermere is a subsidiary of Pride Mobility Products. Pride Mobility Products is the worldwide leader in lift chair, scooter, power wheelchair, and rehab product manufacturing.

Dimensions:
Height: 41.5",br>Width: 34" ... read more
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