Pride Mobility LC-358PW 3-Position Lift Chair Review
This chair is really something else. I’ve used a lot of recliners in my time, but none of them quite live up to what the Pride Mobility does! It’s just a great experience all around for anyone looking to have a nice, comfortable, and happy time in their home. I’m going to go over some of the things I liked best about it and then say why you should definitely consider buying this chair. Then you can decide for yourself whether it sounds worth it or not. Hope this review helps people out!
First of all, the lift system is just fantastic. I like that it’s really unassuming and just gets the job done without making a big fuss about it. You don’t have to worry about any noise or big, jerky movements. The lift system just does what it needs to do and it doesn’t make a mess with it. I’ve never seen a recliner that handles the lift system this simply and solidly and it was really one of the first things that sold me on the chair. Very great feature!
Second, the frame is a huge plus. Often, you see a chair that just feels clumsily built because they didn’t put enough effort into designing or building the frame. That’s not the case with this recliner! When you’re sitting in it, you can’t help but think how sturdy, stable, and rock solid the whole thing is. The wooden frame is definitely something the makers put a lot of work into and it shows. One of my favorite parts of the recliner!
Next, we have the three-position system, which I thought was a real step-up from other recliners I’ve tried out. The thing about the three separate positions for the chair is that they give you a complete freedom to choose how you want to sit and relax. If you want to take a nap, you can position it a certain way, but if you want to read a newspaper there’s another way to do it then. The point is that you never feel like the chair can’t give you the option of sitting how you want to sit. This is one of the best parts of the chair for sure and it’s a very big positive.
Finally, some other things I liked about it were the USB port, the covers, and the removable back. None of these are major features, but they all definitely add to the recliner and make it more enjoyable of an experience, at least for me. When you’re relaxing with the chair, you get a lot of little pluses that help remind you that the whole thing, when it comes together, is a better fit for you than any other recliner you’ve used.
Basically, I would recommend this product to anyone. It’s got a solid list of features, a great build, and it lets you just have a simple, relaxing time at home. I like my comfy chairs and this knocks them all out of the game with its design. I’d at least consider buying it for your house if you want a recliner!
|Weight Capacity||375 lb|
|Back Type||Button (Firm)|
|Minimum Recommended Height||4' 9"|
|Maximum Recommended Height||5' 3"|
|Warranty||7-Year pro-rated, Lift Mechanism: Lifetime|
|Floor to Top of Seat||19"|
|Seat to Top of Back||23.5"|
|Battery Back Up||Yes|
|Arm Covers Included||Yes|
|Left Hand Control Available||Yes|
|Heat & Massage Option Available||Yes|
|Foot Rest Extension Option Available||No|
|Fire Retardant (California Specifications; bulletin 117)||Yes|
|Head Rest Cover Included||Yes|
|Distance Required from Wall Reclined||17"|
|Shipping Weight||130.0 pounds|
|Shipping Length||43.5 inches|
|Shipping Width||36.0 inches|
|Shipping Height||35.5 inches|