Here you will learn about basic features of a Lift chair. Follow our guide to make this an easy and educating experience.
| ||Under 5′||Under 5′ - 5′3″||Under 5′4″ - 5′10″||Under 5′11″+|
|Under 300 lbs.||20″ x 18″||20″ x 19″||21″ x 19.5″||23″ x 20″, 23″ x 22″|
|Under 350 lbs.||23″ x 18″||27″ x 19.5″||27″ x 19.5″||29″ x 22.5″|
|Heavy Duty|| ||33″ x 21″, 29″ x 21″|
A Two Position Lift Chair is limited to a slight recline of about 45°, and can recline to any position in-between straight and reclined making it technically not limited to just two-positions. Two Position Lift Chairs are perfect for those who don’t need a full recline.
A Three Position Lift Chair can almost reach a full recline (it does not achieve a perfect horizontal line, there is a slight "V" where the back and seat meet) and can recline to any position in-between straight and its fully reclined position.
An Infinite Position Lift Chair is capable of achieving a fully reclined position. Infinite position lift chairs have dual motors, one for the back and one for the legs, which allows for an "infinite" amount of positions that can be achieved and also allow the user to have their feet higher than the heart.
Each manufacturer offers a huge ranges of options - in terms of fabric and color.
Lift chairs also different models come in different back styles. The button backs are usually firmer than the pillow backs.