Human Touch® Power Perfect Chair® - PC-95
Product Review (submitted on December 7, 2012):
I set up an RV on a river resort and began looking for a chair that would give me all the comfort and flexibility I needed. I, like so many others, have an arthritic spine and neck fusion. I originally purchased a matched set of Lazy Boy chairs, but they didn't sit right so I sold them. Then I found this chair, tried one out, then bought two. My brother and I spend many hours at the RV fishing or just relaxing, and this chair rates top marks for both my brother and me. We both have bad backs and look forward to going to the RV and watching football or just relaxing. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is price and weight. It is heavy and doesn't move around easily....and the price is a bit on the high side....but for sheer comfort and ability to get it into any position from upright to zero gravity, it's unbeatable. I didn't see the need for the extra money for the motorized one...but if you dont' have much arm strength, you might find it difficult to go from zero gravity to uprite. I would suggest you try one out before buying the manual vs. the motorized one to make sure you can handle the transition. They obviously produced a motorized one for a reason...namely the complaints about not being able to get into an upright position from zero gravity...not a big deal for me, but I have good upper body strength...it's the back and neck that are the problem.