Introducing the Oxford Advanced Strength Riser Recliner Chair. This stylish chair comes in 3 user weight categories to suit all needs, choose from 35st, 40st or 50st.
This durable chair has full recline and riser recliner action with a modern contemporary design and is finished off with subtle stitching on the backrest.
The back, arm and seat cushions are padded with CMHR foam designed for support and comfort. The back cushion pad and duvet seat pad can also be removed for cleaning or updating.
Four different seat widths are available to meet every need ranging from Compact to Grand (see our handy size chart for details in the image section). All seat widths are available with the 3 user weight categories.
Please take a look at the size guide, or call our Customer Service team who will be happy to help you choose a chair that is just the right size for you.
- Available in four sizes: Compact, Standard, Large and Grand
- Each size comes in three weight categories: 35 st, 40 st and 50 st
- You can choose a seat depth of either 51cm (21") or 61cm (24")
- See chart above for seat dimensions
- Full recline and multi-positioning
- Footrest and Backrest move independently
- 3-way motor
- Soft support providing comfort and stability
- Removable back cushion pads
- Removable duvet seat pad for cleaning
- Easy grip arms; Comes with standard casters for manoeuvrability
- Easy zip back for motor access
- 10-day battery backup
- Made in the UK
- Delivery time: 28 days
Please note, as the Oxford chair is made to order, this item is non-refundable and any faults are covered under the manufacturers warranty. Please see our returns and refunds page here for more information.
How to choose the correct size chair
There are 4 measurements you will need to assess which chair is right
- Seat Height
- Seat Depth
- Seat Width
- User Weight
To measure accurately you must be wearing the shoes or slippers that you would normally wear when at home. Sit on the chair with your back straight, hips and knees should be at right angles and feet flat on the floor. You might find it easier if someone helps you take the measurements.
How to measure Seat Height
Measure the distance from the floor to the crease at the back of the knees. Choose a chair that is not smaller than this measurement. Always go to the closest height above your measurement to ensure comfort.
How to measure Seat Depth
Measure the distance from the back of the hips, along the thighs to approximately 4cm above the back of the knees. When seated you should be able to place 2 fingers between the edge of the seat and the back of the knee.
How to measure Seat Width
The correct seat width should be the width of the user's hips plus 7cm (3") gap on either side. This should ensure arms sit comfortably on the arm rests and that the chair is neither too wide or too narrow.
It is important to choose a chair that is suitable for your weight. The motor that lifts you to standing and lowers you to seated has been tested to lift a maximum weight. This weight is stated in the specification of all the chairs as the 'Maximum user weight'. Using a chair that is not suitable for your weight can invalidate th
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