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LC101 Riser Recline Chair Review

The LC101 riser recline chair is an excellent chair for the money.  It is a single motor chair meaning that the back cushion and footrest move together, whereas a dual motor chair such as the Medina riser recline chair is able to move the back and footrest independently.  This chair has a remarkably quiet and smooth motor action.

Riser recline chairs allow the user to sit from a standing position and stand from a sitting position with no effort required.

The chair can comfortably lift upto 23st (147kg) which demonstrates the high quality of the frame and lifting mechanism.  The LC101 riser recline chair is supplied with a T back design and is available in 5 colours at the time of writing this review.

We recommend that if you are going to purchase this chair, you have someone handy who can help you assemble it.  The chair will arrive in two parts, and you will need to attach the backrest of the chair, which can be quite tricky especially if you have any dexterity problems.

The supplied remote control is about as simple as it gets.  A simple up and down rocker style switch will be especially good for people who struggle with memory problems.  A convenient side pocket is an ideal place to store the remote control and user manuals.

The link provided is for a set height chair and fabric design, if you need a customer size or design you may be better to visit your local mobility shop, however the price may be a little higher in a store.

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Pros

  • Wide range of colours

  • Two different backs to choose from

  • 2 year warranty

  • 23st weight limit

Cons

  • More expensive than comparable chairs

We recommend taking a look at our list of the best recliner chairs.

By |2018-02-24T20:48:24+00:00May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Rise and Recline Chairs|Tags: , , , , |3 Comments

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3 Comments

  1. […] the foot and backrests can be used separately.  This is opposed to a single motor unit such as the LC101 riser recline chair which has a single motor where the footrest and back rest work together.  The Medina has a smooth, […]

  2. Ian Dykes 9th May 2018 at 2:54 pm - Reply

    Can this chair (LC101) be supplied with the controls on the LEFT side?
    Another buyer on Amazon has said the cable is not long enough for use by someone who has no use of their right hand, and can only operate the controls by their left hand.

    • Admin 9th May 2018 at 6:52 pm - Reply

      Hi Ian, as far as I am aware they cannot be supplied like that, they can however be altered afterward by any decent engineer at your local mobility shop.

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