Pride Mobility Heritage LC-358XL Power Lift Recliner - New
Starting At $1,614
LC-358XL Heritage Collection Power Lift Recliner
Comfort and style complement one another perfectly in the Heritage Collection from Pride® Power Lift Recliners. With an array of plush fabrics to fit any décor and a superior design that provides exceptional strength, Heritage Collection delivers style and durability that will last for years to come. Pride’s Heritage Collection offers numerous standard features, superb comfort and quiet and smooth performance, all at a great value.
The LC-358M is a 3-position, full recline, chaise lounger.
*Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices are Designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments
- Industry-first hand control with USB charger port (not available when adding optional heat and massage)
- Standard head & arm covers
- Standard large dual pockets
- Easy to remove back
- USB remote with charger port
- Industry-first Total Comfort Seating features a unique spring design and one-piece soft foam seat for outstanding relaxation
- Wooden frame composed of engineered furniture grade laminate/hardwood for added strength and durability
- Quiet & smooth lift system
- Heavy-duty lift actuator & scissor mechanism
- Fire retardant (California specifications; bulletin 117-2013)
- Integrated battery backup in case of power failure
- Transformer features self-diagnostic electronics with 9' cord
- Lifetime warranty on steel lift frame
- 7-year prorated warranty
- Rolled armrest
Heritage - LC-358XL Specifications
|Weight Capacity||500 lbs.|
|User Height Range||5'8" - 6'1"|
|Seat to Floor||20"|
|Top of Back to Seat||29"|
|Back Style||Button Back|
|Fully Padded Chaise||Yes|
|Additional Options||Heat and Massage, Optional Lithium Battery Backup|
|Seating Type||Sinuous Spring|
|Distance From Wall||19"|
|Overall Chair Width||39.5"|
|Chair Weight||159 lbs.|
|The information contained herein is correct at the time of publication; we reserve the right to alter specifications without prior notice.|
General Frequently Asked Questions about Lift Chairs
We break down what lift chairs are, the type of lift chairs to consider, whether Medicare covers the cost, as well as brands or other eCommerce sites that sell new and used lift chairs.
Q: What are lift chairs?
A: Lift chairs have a motorized lift device that is designed to help people get up from a seated position. With a remote control option, users can automatically recline to different angled positions to achieve a comfortable resting or standing position. There are three different types of lift chairs: 2-Position, 3-Position, and the Infinite Position.
Q: How much do lift chairs cost?
A: Lift chairs can vary in price depending on form, function, and capabilities. They range around $400 to over $900 or more depending on brand and features and special accessories included.
Q: Are lift chairs covered by Medicare?
A: There are some medical equipment devices that are covered by Medicare. Please consult with the official Medicare website to see if lift chairs are covered in your state.
Q: What are recliner lift chairs?
Recliner lift chairs have reclining capabilities that assist the user with specific movements or preferred positions for the relaxation. Power recliner lift chairs are great for individuals with limited mobility or those who are looking for a rested, sleeping position.
Q: How do lift chairs work?
A: Lift chairs work by a powered lifting system and remote control device for a lumbar, backrest, and footrest support and recline to achieve a 2-position 3-position or Infinite Position recline.
Q: What are lift chairs used for?
A lift chair is beneficial for elderly individuals or users who need more assistance getting to a standing position without the frequent assistance of a caretaker. It is also great for people who have trouble getting out from a chair, or for alleviating joint pain by relaxing the muscles.
Q: What is the difference between a recliner and a lift chair?
A: A recliner is operated manually by using your hands to pull a lever, whereas a lift chair is often controlled by the push of a button or remote control technology to achieve a certain recline position.