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Riser recliner chairs with single motor - seat width above 50cm

Some riser recliners have one single motor which operates the backrest and leg rest so that as the backrest reclines the leg rest rises. These chairs are suitable for people who wish to rest during the day as they can adjust to a rest position without having to transfer out of the chair to their bed. Users who experience back pain may also find a choice of backrest angle alleviates pain. Where possible, users should be encouraged to sleep in a bed when it is for a length of time, as this may be more beneficial to their health; if this is not possible, a chair that fully reclines to a horizontal position is preferable. There is potential danger of entrapment for children and pets when some models of powered lift and recline chairs are in use. Some powered models have a key that can be removed when the chair is not in use, removable handsets or sensors which stop the movement of the chair to prevent entrapment.

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