Which Riser Recliner Should You Buy?
Our range of riser recliners helps you to enjoy comfort and independence in your own home, with plenty of designs, upholstery options and colours to choose from. You even get a choice over the level of comfort-control you need from your riser recliner, with single motor, dual motor and modern 4-motor actions helping you to set your chair up exactly the way you like it.
Single Motor Riser Recliners
With a single motor riser recliner, you can recline the backrest and raise the footrest at the same time. This is ideal if you’re looking for a more affordable recliner chair that still gives you the option to lay almost horizontally and catch up some rest.
Dual Motor Riser Recliners
Dual action chairs give you more control over the position of the backrest and the footrest, letting you separately alter the angle of each with a few clicks on the handset. If you need to keep your legs and feet raised because of a medical condition but still want to sit upright, a dual motor riser recliner is a great choice.
4-Motor Riser Recliners
We love our new 4-motor riser recliners. Like dual action chairs, they let you position the footrest and the backrest independently of each other, helping you quickly find that just right position. But they also feature two additional powered motors, one in the headrest and one in the lumbar region, for extra pressure relief and important support for your spine, neck and shoulders. If you spend a lot of time sitting and are at risk of pressure sores, the increased comfort and positional control on offer with a 4-motor recliner will probably be very welcome.
If getting in and out of a regular armchair or sofa has recently become more of a struggle, then the quiet, gentle riser function found in our riser recliners will be a huge help. Use the simple handset to raise yourself to a standing position when you want to get up, and then lower yourself back down to a seating position without assistance when you’re ready. Ideal for taking the strain out of your arms, wrists and knees, and for helping you to hold on to your independence at home.