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Golden Cloud PR-510 with MaxiComfort Lift Chair Golden PR-632 Lift Chair Golden Comforter PR-535 with MaxiComfort Lift Chair
  • Suggested for Heights: 5'4"- 5'10"
  • Seat Width: 20"
  • MaxiComfort Zero Gravity Positioning
  • Suggested for Heights: 5'4" - 5'10"
  • Whisper-quiet dual motors for independent backrest and seat operation
  • Customized Comfort — Lock in —YOUR" Favorite Comfort Position
  • Suggested for heights: 5'0" - 6'8"
  • Now 5 Size Choices!
  • MaxiComfort Zero-Gravity Positioning Technology
Golden Relaxer PR-766 w/ MaxiComfort Lift Chair Golden Cloud PR-515 MaxiComfort with Twilight Lift Chair Golden EZ Sleeper with Twilight PR-761 Lift Chair
  • Suggested for heights: 5'3" - 6'3' - 3 Size Options
  • Legrest now has an extra wide chaise pad
  • Elegant seamed back design
  • Suggested for heights: 5'1" - 6'12"
  • The best lift Chair we offer!
  • Elegant seamed back design
  • Suggested for heights: 5'4" - 5'10"'"f
  • Elegant seamed back design
Golden PR-545 MaxiComfort with Twilight Lift Chair Golden EZ Sleeper PR-735 with Maxicomfort Lift Chair Pride Heritage LC-358XXL 3-Position Lift Chair
  • Suggested for heights: 5'4" - 6'8" - 3 Sizes to Choose
  • Elegant seamed back design

Size Information:

Suggested Height Range: 5'4" - 5'10"
Width: 21.5" - 22.5"

  • Suggested for heights 5'6" to 6'1"
  • Seat Width: 26"
  • Weight capacity: 600 lbs
Need help in selection of the best Lift Recline Chair for yourself or loved one, Call or expert staff at 866-218-0902!

A zero gravity lift chair is a type of recliner that is designed to simulate the position of zero gravity, which is a posture astronauts adopt during liftoff to minimize stress on their bodies. These chairs offer a range of reclining positions, including one that distributes the user's weight evenly across the chair to relieve pressure on the spine and promote relaxation.

Key features of zero gravity lift chairs typically include:

Zero Gravity Positioning: The chair reclines to a specific angle that elevates the legs above the heart, while the backrest tilts slightly backward. This position helps to alleviate pressure on the spine and improve circulation throughout the body.

Lift Functionality: Like other lift chairs, zero gravity models feature a lifting mechanism that assists users in standing up from a seated position. This feature is especially beneficial for individuals with mobility issues or limited strength.

Remote Control: Most zero gravity lift chairs come with a remote control for easy adjustment of the chair's position, including reclining and lifting functions.

Comfort Features: These chairs often include padded cushions, adjustable headrests, and lumbar support to provide maximum comfort and support while sitting or reclining.

Massage and Heat Options: Some zero gravity lift chairs may also include massage and heat functions to further enhance relaxation and relieve muscle tension.

Durable Construction: Quality zero gravity lift chairs are typically constructed from sturdy materials that can support the weight of the user and withstand regular use over time.

Zero gravity lift chairs are popular among individuals seeking relief from back pain, muscle tension, and other discomforts associated with prolonged sitting or reclining. They can be particularly beneficial for elderly individuals, people with mobility impairments, or anyone looking to improve their overall comfort and well-being at home.

Common Questions:
Will Medicare pay for my chair?

Medicare stopped lift chair reimbursement in the early 90's and now will only reimburse for the chair's lift mechanism and motor. This will usually come out to be about $300. However, due to Medicare Competitive Bidding, this can only be done by a local provider that has won the bid. Also, it will require a physicians order as well as full documentation justifying the need.

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