Pride Mobility LC-358S 3-Position Lift Chair Review
When it comes to lifting chairs, you don’t often want something complex or loaded with unnecessary and troublesome components. You just want something simple, solid, and well-crafted to work the way it’s supposed to with no hassles or unexpected effects. I believe that the Pride Mobility offers this to most consumers. Not only does it have a properly designed frame and core features, but it also has small and unobtrusive pluses that really make it something else. Here are a few reasons that I think the Pride Mobility has a good deal of advantages!
First, I’d like to go over the core features of the chair. This is so that you can get a good idea of its main offerings and the type of experience to expect if you decide to purchase the chair. That way, you can have a solid impression of the chair and its most defining components.
The core features of the Pride Mobility are its frame, lift system, and positioning system. To start off with, the frame is, in my opinion, expertly crafted. The entire chair is built on it and you can tell that the designers really focused their energies on making sure the frame was of the utmost quality.
Next, you have the lift system, which is quiet, steady, smooth, and effective. This contrasts with some other lift chairs, which have quite clunky and loud lift systems that make the whole chair unpleasant to use.
Finally, there is the three positioning system, which provides a great deal of flexibility and choice for the user. With the three different positions, you can determine the way the chair is positioned for your sitting based off what your needs are at the moment. This is a very nifty feature that definitely adds to the appeal of the Pride Mobility.
Additional and Small Features
Next, I’d like to go over the additional and small features. These are the features that probably won’t be the main appeal of the chair for you, but that could help you decide whether or not the Pride Mobility is really for you if you’re on the fence.
The additional and small features are the removable back, integrated battery backup, and USB charging port. To start with, the removable back is a very neat part of the Pride Mobility which I find separates it from some of the other lift chairs around, which don’t always offer a removable back.
There’s also the integrated battery backup, which is a good thing to have because you can never be positive that the main power system will always be working properly. It’s a nice reassurance if you have worries or concerns about failures of the main system due to problems with previous chairs.
Lastly, there is the USB charging port, which is rather unique and a solid addition to a lift chair. You might want a USB charging port as a component of your chair and it could be that the Pride Mobility is so far the only lift chair offering it. That could be a deciding factor in what you decide to purchase!
|Weight Capacity||375 lbs.|
|User Height Range||5'3" & Below|
|Seat to Floor||19"|
|Top of Back to Seat||24"|
|Back Style||Button Back|
|Fully Padded Chaise||Yes|
|Additional Options||Heat and Massage, First Up, Wireless Remote|
|Seating Type||Total Comfort Seating - Unique spring design and a one-piece soft foam seat for outstanding relaxation.|
|Distance From Wall||18"|
|Overall Chair Width||35"|
|Chair Weight||118 lbs.|