Available with a T-back design, the LC101 is an extremely popular choice within our single motor range of Pride Lift Chairs.
New for 2019, the refreshed Pride LC-101 electric riser recliner chair is fitted with a smooth and quiet motor and comes in a choice 3 new contempoary fabrics. It will rise up to a standing position allowing you to get out of your chair and also gently fall back to a seating position at th e push of a button.
Price includes:Engineer delivery and set up + 1st year in home warranty.
Included in the price is your very own trusted Engineer to setup your product and provide guidance on usage. We also offer free delivery throughout the UK which is a great offer when you shop with us online. Also included is the 1st Year in home warranty.Click here to contact us for more info.
This chair is fitted with a single motor recliner which moves both the footrest and backrest, when you raise the footrest the backrest will recline at the same time.
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