Pride Mobility NM-475 3-Position Lift Chair Review
Of all of the recliners I’ve had experience with, this is definitely one of the more impressive ones. The amount of features it has, combined with the way it’s made and the way all of it fits together, makes it a truly remarkable and unique product. There are a lot of chairs that are either made in a sloppy fashion or try to include too many things and end up becoming a headache. The Pride Mobility isn’t one of those chairs; it is extremely well thought out and is one of the better recliners I think you’ll be able to find on the market. Here are my thoughts on it!
The chair itself has got some really cool things going for it. The sturdily built wooden frame acts as a great base for all of the other stuff to be built on top of it. It has a very well-built frame and an impressive design to it. Then you get into the other things like the pockets, the lift system, and the three positions. I’m going to spend the next little bit going into those main features so that you get a good understanding of what separates this chair from its competitors on the market.
The pockets are just a nice feature to have. It’s always good to have them in a chair and not all recliners think to include them. In addition, the lift system is a great added benefit, as it works very well. I noticed that it wasn’t loud at all and that it worked in a really smooth way. And the three positioning system was a great way to add some variety to the whole thing and make it easier to adjust it to your preferences. Having a choice in your product is always a good thing to have, in my opinion!
Next, you’ve got the side features. The charging port was a great idea and I don’t think you’ll find many recliners that incorporate that into their design. It’s a very nice thing to have and I’m glad they thought to include it! You also have the removable back, which is a very solid side feature to include in the construction and that I really appreciated. I also was a big fan of the backup battery, because I enjoy when products have a second option in case things go awry. I haven’t seen other recliners include that backup battery system and I was very impressed that they included it.
In conclusion, this is a spectacularly built chair. Its combination of basic design, features, and side features brings the whole thing together and makes it become something special. I think most people just want a recliner so that they can relax in their house in a comfortable environment and the Pride Mobility sure gets the job done. I would highly recommend it those looking for a power lift recliner that they can finally get on board with! I hope this review helps other as they look for the chair that’s a good fit for them.
|Weight Capacity||375 lbs.|
|User Height Range||5'4" - 6'0"|
|Seat to Floor||21"|
|Top of Back to Seat||26"|
|Back Style||Sewn Pillow Back|
|Fully Padded Chaise||Yes|
|Additional Options||Wireless Remote|
|Seating Type||Pocketed Coil Springs|
|Distance From Wall||18"|
|Overall Chair Width||34"|
|Chair Weight||130 lbs.|