Fanfare! We have now launched our fabulous new range of riser recliner chairs and they're on sale now. The new recliners are quite apart from the market's current offering in both design and quality, and also add an exciting new perspective to our own product range.
The chairs are primarily designed for the home but are also constructed to suit a wide range of care and leisure environments including nursing and residential homes, hospices, hotels, and general leisure facilities.
Contract materials used to construct the chairs make them suitable for high usage environments, but we have been careful not to compromise comfort and the domestic feel of these chairs. The rise and recline configurations allow buyers to choose from a manual recliner right up to dual motor electric riser recliner, ensuring wide appeal. The recliners are suitable as a general leisure chair as well as a comfort and mobility support for the elderly and disabled.
There are five designs of chairs, each available in differing motor, control and upholstery options. In this post, I'll take you through the key aspects of the new range:
In our opinion, the current offering of riser recliner chairs on the internet, in retail stores, and in mobility shops is looking pretty dated and all very similar. The product development team here at Alpine HC shared similar sentiments and were keen to develop a range of rise recliners that looked visually striking and broke the mould of traditional rise and recline chairs.
Also, we felt it was important to ensure the range was concise and easy to browse whilst giving enough options to suit differing tastes and needs.
As a result, we have five different elegant styles of chair in the range. Each chair has unique benefits for different needs and each has a unique, pleasing appearance to ensure excellent design choice. Motor, control and upholstery options give space for more design variation, ensuring the new range has wide appeal.
Here are the five designs, each in the ivory leather upholstery option for easy comparison:
The rise and recline chairs have all the functionality of a recliner chair, menaing you cna riase and lower the legrest and backrest of the chair.They also rise to assist the user in standing. This is for elderly and disabled users needing a chair for mobility support.
The motor options on these chairs are a choice between single motor and dual motor operation. Single motor is where the legrest, backrest and rise function are all operated through one set of buttons. Dual motor enables the user to adjust the backrest independently of the leg rest and rise function through an additional set of buttons.
We believe that upholstery is one of the most important factors of any chair. When sourcing materials, we were thorough in selecting fabrics and leathers that had the perfect balance of durability and comfort. The upholstery needed to be suitable for demanding environments and also extremely comfortable and plush to fit into well-furnished domestic homes.
As a result, design, motor and control options are complemented by a choice of several upholstery options. All the new riser recliner chairs are available in leathers and fabrics, and in 10 different colours.
Finally, I just want to highlight the excellent quality of these chairs. Like our range of home care beds, we have used quality materials and proven construction methods to ensure a riser recliner chair that will last and withstand heavy usage. The covering and stitching of the chairs is carried out by trained professionals and the results are excellent. We confidently back each chair in the range with a 2 year warranty.
Please do take a look at the new range on our online store and I look forward to answering any questions you may have.
Need more information? Visit the riser recliner section of our website or contact us.