Reclining armchairs are a great addition to your furniture, and especially so if you have problems with mobility, issues with your back, or any form of medical complaint for which a relaxing posture will help. These chairs are very neat and cleverly designed, and some are available VAT-free if you qualify so it is worth checking, and they offer a great way of achieving your desired level of comfort, for that quiet night in front of the TV, for perusing the morning papers, or just for general relaxation.
As there are many different makes and models on the market we have taken the time to review some of the best for you. The one’s we chose are – we believe – among the finest you can buy, and we have tried to include all the information you need so you can make a comparison. We also advise that you check out our buyer’s guide. So, let’s have a look at this one, the Oxford Riser/Recliner chair, and see if it’s the one for you.
While your primary aim may be comfort, you also want a chair that is attractive and that will fit in with the rest of your furniture. The Oxford Riser/Recliner is designed in the classic style so will sit neatly in any company, and is well worth checking out. Let’s have a closer look at what is good about this chair:
Ease of Use
An electric recliner should be easy to use, to the extent that you can do what you want with just the touch of a button. The control panel for the Oxford Riser/Recliner is a two-button design and, as such, is the ultimate in simplicity. The handset features the two main functions – recline, for when you want to find your ultimate comfort position, and rise, for when you need to get back upright, and also forward for easy exit. It’s a simple set up that makes things effortless and easy.
The Oxford Riser/Recliner is made from high quality fabric that is hard-wearing and designed for a long life, so you can rely on your chair to give you many years of service. It is also suitably padded for extra comfort, with added attention paid to the lumbar region, and provides a very comfortable seat however you have it set for use. It’s a great chair that will complement your existing suite, too.
Available in a choice of attractive colours – beige, brown or red – the fabric-upholstered the Oxford Riser/Recliner will look the part wherever you choose to use it, and its natural hues and traditional, stylish yet unobtrusive design make it a very viable addition to your lounge furniture, or indeed for anywhere in the home.
The Oxford Riser/Recliner is a well-made chair that has many fine attributes, but is this the one for you? On the plus side, it is stylish and traditional in its looks, and it is easy to operate and well-made. If leather is your thing, however, this is not your chair, although not everybody wants a leather chair so the fabric may be the selling point for you. At around £380 it may not be the cheapest, but we think it is a very nice chair that will provide you with excellent comfort whenever you need it.