Quiet and smooth 3-position lift systerm. all steel frame. For the petite person, the c1 is a good choice. comes in a choice of 5 colours.

seat to floor 17"  

top of back to seat  26"

seat width  18"

back width   20"  

seat depth    17"

weight capacity 18 stone

comes in 5 colours

price £           

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Your Lift Chair is considered a medical device, based on the following criteria; an electric positioning chair, which is a device, with a motorized positioning control that is intended for medical purposes and that can be adjusted to various positions. The device is used to provide stability for patients with athetosis (involuntary spasms) and to alter postural positions. Since the Pride Lift Chair is used for alleviation of or compensation for injury or handicap, it would be categorized as a medical device. As for the testing standards, we currently utilize EN18182, Assistive Products for Persons with DisabilitiesYour Lift Chair is considered a medical device, based on the following criteria; an electric positioning chair, which is a device, with a motorized positioning control that is intended for medical purposes and that can be adjusted to various positions. The device is used to provide stability for patients with athetosis (involuntary spasms) and to alter postural positions. Since the Pride Lift Chair is used for alleviation of or compensation for injury or handicap, it would be categorized as a medical device. As for the testing standards, we currently utilize EN18182, Assistive Products for Persons with DisabilitiesYour Lift Chair is considered a medical device, based on the following criteria; an electric positioning chair, which is a device, with a motorized positioning control that is intended for medical purposes and that can be adjusted to various positions. The device is used to provide stability for patients with athetosis (involuntary spasms) and to alter postural positions. Since the Pride Lift Chair is used for alleviation of or compensation for injury or handicap, it would be categorized as a medical device. As for the testing standards, we currently utilize EN18182, Assistive Products for Persons with Disabilities