Quality Medical Golden Lift Chairs
Published: 2009-02-11 - Updated: 2013-06-03
Author: Ronald Rougeaux
Peer-Reviewed Publication: N/A
Synopsis: Information on a range of Golden lift chair products for seniors and people with mobility problems having trouble standing from the sitting position. Information on a range of Golden lift chair products for seniors and people with mobility problems having trouble standing from the sitting position.
Information on a range of Golden lift chair products for seniors and people with mobility problems having trouble standing from the sitting position.
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In this fast paced world, demands vary from person to person and because of that, Golden Technologies have launched lift chairs to cater to ordinary people who are looking for cost effective and comfortable recliner chairs. Various needs such as economic needs, medical needs, and aesthetic needs have to be fulfilled when selecting a recliner lift chair and Golden Technologies have managed to satisfy these needs so far.
Golden lift chairs are available in five series and they are:
- Traditional series
- The Top of the Line Maxi-Comfort series
- Signature series
- Comforter series
- Value Series
If you are looking for timeless designs, and luxury fabrics that match any setting and interior, lift chairs under the traditional series is just for you. This series mainly has three models: the Pioneer, Cambridge and the Williamsburg. The contemporary style of pioneer offers more stability while getting in and out of a chair. Its wooden arms provide this stability. The Williamsburg's soft design and Cambridge's unique design offers ultimate comfort.
Relaxing in maxi-comforter lift chairs will never be the same. These chairs allow users to recline in such a way that it reduces the stress on the spine and increases circulation for improved health. Golden's MaxiComfort lift chair technology allows for more positions that the lift chair can achieve. The advanced technology known as the "zero gravity position" allows reduced force of gravity on the spine. Minimum recommended height is 5 feet and maximum recommended height is 6 feet 2 inches with a maximum weight capacity of 375 pounds.
From the latest wall hugging mechanisms to flip up arms and built in trays, the Signature series has lot to offer. This series offers three chairs namely Royal, Regal and Space Saver. If you want your body to be in a comfortable position, you better look out for the Royal lift chairs that also offer luxurious styles. Its slender design is quite attractive. If you do not want your morning coffee to spill, then the Regal chair is a better choice. The dual flip open arm technology contains a cup holder that does not allow any liquid substance to spill. Minimum recommended height is 5 feet 4 inches and the maximum recommended height is 5 feet 10 inches and the maximum weight capacity is 375 pounds.
The chairs of this series ensure perfect fit and incredible support as well as comfort. For a total body comfort, the Comforter's plush designs provide an out of this world lumbar support and also a full chaise pad for total body comfort. The weight capacity is 375 pounds and is available in extra wide sizes. These chairs are also available in small, medium and tall sizes.
Best suited for the economic-minded people. The Value series chairs provide comfort as well as reliability in price that can be afforded. These chairs are specially manufactured for those who are on a strict budget. The Monarch has a soft supportive seat as well as a stuffed seam back and the Capri has a slightly firmer lumbar support.
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