Choosing the Right Ambassador Lift and Recline Chair For You
Ambassador Lift and Recline chairs come in four standard-size configurations, starting with one motor or independent foot/standing and backrest with up to four motors. They are available in various seat sizes to suit the petite to the bariatric. This guide should help in choosing the right Ambassador lift and recline chair for you.
Guide to Choosing the Right Ambassador Lift and Recline Chair For You:
1. Single or Dual Motor?
The Ambassador Lift and Recline Chairs are fitted with either one or two motors. Models with one motor aren’t as adjustable as models with two, three, or four motors.
· Single Motor Chairs: These have only 2 buttons on the handset – “up” and “down”. All our single motor chairs move the backrest first followed by the footrest, allowing for more choice than models where feet and back operate simultaneously. This option can be easier for those with poor cognitive ability, dementia, or Alzheimer’s.
· Dual Motor Chairs: These allow the backrest and the footrest to be adjusted independently of each other. The handset has 4 well-marked controls to adjust the Backrest (up/down), Footrest (up/down), and the lift and recline function all independently, enabling a larger amount of unique seating positions. The dual motor option also enables the Ambassador Lift Chair range to lift a larger weight load, up to 370kg.
2. Size of the User
The size of the user should be taken into consideration when choosing a chair. Ambassador Lift and recliner chairs are available in different seat width sizes to accommodate varying body types. It is vital to get the right size lift recline chair to ensure correct posture is maintained and to minimize the chance of pressure build-up. Ambassador offers custom-made chairs, tailored individually to your measurements.
3. Environmental Factors / Space
Standard lift chairs require clearance behind them to recline fully, consideration must be given to available space in the room and how the chair will look positioned away from the wall. The Ambassador recline function does not lie completely flat, reducing the space required behind the chair and making it suitable for smaller spaces.
4. Comfort Levels
Comfort varies from person to person. It’s important to visit retailers to try a range of lift chairs and shortlist important functions and offerings that meet the most needs. The Ambassador lift chair range offers numerous custom options to improve client comfort, such as pressure care and adjustments to height, width, and depth.
Ambassador lift and recline chairs are available in four different standard fabric colors. Additionally endless custom options, including fabrics, leather, vinyl, and a barrier stretch. It is possible to find a suitable chair that fits in with the existing decor and color scheme while also meeting medical and cleaning requirements.
6. Leg Elevation
A key consideration for users of the Ambassador range is leg elevation. The entire range offers a leg elevated position above hip height, with durable frames and electronics to support the corresponding weight.
Hopefully, this guide helps in choosing the right ambassador lift and recline chair for you. Our national retailers will script and quote on the best recliner chair seating solution for individual needs. The Ambassador range sources premium materials and electronics to offer highly durable and repairable lift chairs. There’s an ability to make post-purchase changes in the seat and back pillows, another key factor to consider in a lift chair purchase