The Miller Bronze Power Lift Recliner is the petite lift chair with a simple, classic style. Designed for smaller users, it features a shorter seat height and a one-piece chaise seat for continuous comfort. Simply press a button on the wired remote to get in or out, or fully recline. Petite rolled arms and a solid foam back allow this chair to blend easily with existing pieces. The heavy-duty tubular steel base gives Miller a strong, solid foundation. Best of all, this chair can be placed just 2 inches from a wall, so it fits beautifully in small spaces.
Vacuum frequently or lightly brush with non-metallic, stiff bristle brush to remove dust and grime. More in-depth cleaning is specific to the cleaning code for your choice of cover.
- Petite scale lift chair
- Simple, casual style
- Easy-to-use wired controller with 2-button operation
- Bucket-style seat and back move together, eliminating gaps and providing full body support in any reclined position
- Can be placed 2 inches from a wall
- Chaise legrest
- Solid foam back provides added support and a more structured look
- Petite rolled arms
- Convenient side pocket
- Heavy-duty welded steel base for extra stability
- 300-lb. weight capacity
- UL/ETL Listed
- Non-skid adjustable glides for use on area rugs, deep carpet or hard floors
- Legrest autostop safety feature
- Battery backup safety feature (requires 2 9V batteries)
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and cushions
- Plugs into an AC outlet
|Handcrafted in North America
|Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Number of Cushions
|Heat & Massage
|USB Charging Port
|Overall Dimensions (in.)
||31W x 39D x 39.5H
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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