DetailsReclaim your independence and relax in comfort with the Zero Gravity Heated Lift Chair. Stylishly designed, this heated lift chair raises up and down with the click of the button to help you stand up and sit down easily. Additionally, the chair features a cervical pillow, massage function, and lumbar support. The memory foam material conforms around your back, cushioning your body and all your contours instead of pressing against them. If you want an easily accessible chair with comfort and luxury features, the Zero Gravity Lift Chair from Relax The Back is the option for you:The Zero Gravity Lift Chair by Relax The Back® includes a cervical pillow and a built-in inflatable lumbar support and it is cushioned with pressure relieving memory foam that conforms to your individual contours.
The Zero Gravity Lift Chair by Relax The Back® features hardwood dried maple construction for durability and has a backup powered safety system.
When you're not using the easy to operate remote control, it tucks neatly into a side pocket and when you fully recline, you’ll discover how the Zero Gravity position counteracts fatigue, muscle tension and spinal pressure, while improving circulation.
Also available at Relax The Back® stores nationwide.
- Smooth Zero Gravity reclining action with the push of the button
- Chair lifts up and down through remote control, allowing you to stand up or sit down with ease
- Built-in massager to soothe your body
- Heated chair to loosen muscles and warm your body
- Memory foam to decrease pressure point and distribute weight
Please note: Please allow 3-6 weeks for manufacturing and shipping. If you do not specify "In-Home Assembly" driver will drop off packaged item at first entrance, no upstairs delivery included.
Call customer service at 800.222.5728 to add heat and massage options for additional cost.
Weight limit for Medium and Large: 375 lbs.
Medium for people 5'4" to 5'10"
Large for people 5'11" to 6'2"
Medium 42 1/2 “ H x 30 ½” W x 37 1/2 “ D (68 ½”D fully reclined)
Tall 45”H x 32” W x 38 1/2 “D (73”D fully reclined)
Width between the arms: 21” (Medium)
Width between the arms: 23" (Large)
Recliner requires two (2) 9 Volt batteries
Zero Gravity Lift Chair by Relax The Back is rated out of 5 by 10.Rated 5 out of 5 by Mary from A perfect chair for people with mobility issues. I understand this is a Golden Technologies chair made specifically for Relax The Back. It is a simple chair, with clean lines, functional, very comfortable and good looking. I have mobility issues related to MS, can no longer sleep in a bed, have great difficulty rising from a chair. This chair functions as both bed and lift chair and is perfect for my needs. The Brisa upholstery works very well, is neither too hot nor too cold. I am very grateful to have two of these chairs, am planning to buy my third.Date published: 2014-06-26Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 seniors from overpriced and no service after sale We bought 2 lift chairs about 5 years ago after we both had total knee replacements.They were satisfactory for the first 3 years but since then we've had nothing but problems. They say that since they are no longer under warranty they have no one to service or repair them. After multiple calls to our local Relax the Back they did give us the name of a medical supply store and they would only service us after their own customers. We are once again uncomfortably awaiting someone to respond to our request for help to repair these very expensive chairs.Date published: 2015-01-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Aunt Dot from The gift keeps on giving My Mother purchased this chair (Brisa) in 2008. She had a bad back, severe degenerative arthritis, and needed two knee replacements. She passed in 2009, and I thought about getting rid of the lift chair. My sister said no. Good thing, I needed the lift chair...same bad knees. Fast forward to 2013, discover my Aunt Dot has bone cancer and cannot sleep in her bed. Rented a truck, packed the chair, drove from L.A. to Monterey, and gave her the chair in which to sit and sleep. First good night's sleep in a year. Fast forward to 8/30/2014, my Aunt has passed. My Uncle now sits in the chair, and says he is, definitely, keeping it. Guess my sister and I will have to buy another one (for my knee replacements). This is truly a great chair, and well-made. You will not regret the price. It gives back!Date published: 2014-09-02Rated 5 out of 5 by Satisfied family member from Money well spent I purchased this chair for my 90 y/o mother, who was having increasing difficulties transferring from one chair to another with the assistance of caregivers. While expensive, this chair has been money well spent. My mother's caregivers report between chair transfers are now much easier, sparing their backs- a significant benefit. My mother also loves her new chair. She feels pleased that she is able to assist more with transfers, standing more easily with the assistance of the chair. She is clearly comfortable when seated in the chair, looking happy and relaxed. As a result of her increased comfort, she is staying up longer in the evenings, enjoying her time out of bed more. The chair can also be reclined to serve as a bed, and she frequently prefers to nap in her new lift chair. Typically, I'm not a fan of the appearance of most lift chairs and recliners, but this chair is attractive and suits my mother's sense of taste as well. We chose the Brisa simulated leather upholstery, which looks and feels like leather, is very soft to the touch, breathable and easy to clean. While managing the care of my mother, I have had to make many decisions, some working out better than others. The decision to purchase the LifeChair has been a complete success. I highly recommend this product.Date published: 2014-11-20Rated 3 out of 5 by Granny from Chair, not so good; Relax the Back, first rate There's two basic kinds of lift chairs: your bare-bones 2-position model, and the 3-position, infinite-position, zero-gravity model(s), which are essentially the same. Only two companies manufacture them. They're made in China. They're junk. Relax the Back carries the latter (the one called "zero-gravity"). I've bought three of them over the past four years, two from RTB. In every case, the controller failed in a year or less, and the manufacturer balked at replacing it. Note that when the controller fails, the chair will not work, so if it's reclining and you're in it, you'll be trapped until somebody rescues you. Unfortunately, if you need one of these chairs, you don't have much choice. You can buy from an Internet company and hope the 800 number folks can help you and then wait for the replacement part to be shipped, or you can buy from Relax the Back, who will do the the best they can. But either way, the issue is the chairs and controllers are poorly made. You will be buying them regularly. Budget for it. Don't try to save money by buying the 2-position models, they're horrible. If you go the Internet-800 number route, be forewarned the fabrics are so scratchy you'll get rug burn (unless you upgrade to Brisa fabrics, which will drive the price up to the same as RTB's) -- and you will be lost in the 800-number wilderness when something goes wrong (which it inevitably will). If you need the chair, buy from Relax the Back, they're good guys.Date published: 2015-08-30Rated 5 out of 5 by Jollytoo from The Absolute Best I ordered the Zero Gravity Lift Chair by Relax the Back sight unseen, although I had sat in other chairs made by the same manufacturer. I have loved this chair every day since I got it many months ago and would not even consider living without it. The Brisa fabric looks as nice as it did on Day One. So far, the mechanism works flawlessly. The memory foam plus the adjustable air bladder for lumbar support make this chair more comfortable than any other. The neck pillow comes with gobs and gobs of stuffing that can be removed and adjusted to make the chair a perfect fit. The back is as straight as it looks in the photo. There are no curves or bumps to cause a spinal misalignment and with the adjustability of the lumbar and neck supports and the responsiveness of the memory foam I find that my back adjusts itself perfectly while sitting in this chair. As a matter of fact, the first thing I do every morning is to sit in it for five or ten minutes to allow my spine to reposition for the day. I can't say enough good things about this chair. It has truly been a lifesaver for someone who has had back issues since she was a child. I didn't think I would use the lift feature since I'm not so old or decrepit that I need it, but I've found that it actually takes the strain off my weak spine, so now I use it all the time. Do not hesitate to buy this chair if you have back issues: after a little tweaking to make it fit you perfectly, you will be very happy that you did. Very happy, indeed.Date published: 2012-07-05Rated 4 out of 5 by DDS from Unsure this was the right chair I purchased this chair for my 86- year- old mom. She has a number of issues including neck and back pain, 2 knees that are bone on bone, breathing problems and dementia. I tried several recliners and purchased this lift chair mostly because of the lumbar support. I'm not sure that it was the best choice for my mom. There isn't a position we can seem to find that is just right. She cannot have the back recline much due to her breathing problems. The TV position is almost ok, but I have to raise the back for her. She wants the reclining part for the feet to be more level. There should be a way to adjust just the feet without it changing the back and vice versa, but when adjusting one, it seems to automatically adjust the other. It would also be nice if the remote had a couple of memory buttons that could be set in order to return to the perfect position. We ordered the tall, and her feet hang off of the end. I'm not sure what a 6 foot tall person would do.Date published: 2015-06-30Rated 5 out of 5 by dianejk from better than your own bed! The first time I perchased a lift-chair was in 1992 after returning from a month-long stay in the hospital recovering from a serious car accident. It literally gave me the mobility to get in and out of a seated position without assisance until I could reach my crutches. After a full recovery I only used the chair if I was not feeling well (stomach ache, headach, or indigestion). In 2003 I suffered a hiatal hernia and could no longer lie in a traditional bed and used my lift-chair to sleep on. While visiting my daughter in Florida, who had recently purchased the Brisa model of the Relax the Back lift chair for her Vertigo condition, I slept on it for two nights. It was unbelievable! It was the best night's sleep I have had in years! The main differences I noticed from the Brisa model and the traditional lift chair is that the lift chair's foot rest is not separated from the chair part which elminates the gap between the leg rest and the seat part, making it much easier on the legs. The chair also has more positions and can lie flatter than an ordinary lift chair. I just love it and would definitely recommend that everyone have one. It is sooo much better than a recliner and much better than a regular lift chair. Although the chair seems a little pricey, I have to say, "How much is a good night's sleep worth?" I asked my doctors if it would be okay to use the lift chair as an alternative to a traditional bed and they all said it was fine. Now, if we could just find it on sale!Date published: 2011-03-28
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