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I have just bought a layboy rise and recline (electric) chair for my daughter for just under 650 quid........ that's less than I paid for a standard recliner 5 yeas ago!
The company is at http://www.kjict.co.uk/cmc// They do almost all mobility and independant living products.
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Completely different chair Daniel, ours is a proper lazboy rise and recline with all the bells, whistles and guarantees, ebay had 2 around the same price but not free delivery and no aftercare service either.

(08-25-2010, 09:26 AM)Daniel Wrote: Is it one of these?
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/New-Georgia-Electric-Rise-Riser-Recliner-Lift-Chair-/220656929249?pt=UK_Health_Beauty_Mobility_Disability_Medical_ET

Thats in at £325?
When did you order yours?

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(08-25-2010, 09:30 AM)fatherjack Wrote: Completely different chair Daniel, ours is a proper lazboy rise and recline with all the bells, whistles and guarantees, ebay had 2 around the same price but not free delivery and no aftercare service either.
Good price then Smile

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We had looked at several chairs for weeks as she needs neck support whilst studying, also to sit with her back upright but legs raised etc and also being a teen she wanted a big pocket on the side and for it to not look like it was for an old person....... when we move house I may get one for myself as well Smile


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