- Pride Mobility Heritage Collection
- 3 Position Lift Chair
- Price: $1,218.00
- $154.43 above average
- 4/5 stars
- Buy now
Has getting in and out of a chair been bothersome to you? The Pride Mobility Heritage line of lift chairs claim to help individuals get up from a seat but how does it compare to other lift chairs on the market? At $1,100, this lift chair is expensive but does it live up to its hefty price tag? Read on as we’ll discuss the chair’s features, price, warranty, reviews, and give the reader a conclusion.
About the Heritage Collection
The Heritage collection of lift chairs from Pride is a 3 position lift chair that has a maximum weight of 375 pounds and a 20″ seat width. It comes with pride First Up technology, which claims to be the fastest moving chair on the market. It also is available for quick shipment.
The chair has two built in magazine racks, a backup battery, and is available in Deep Sky, Ember, Field, Oat, and Timber.
Pride Mobility Lift Chair Reviews
The chair received 4.5 out of 5 stars on Spinlife from 396 reviewers. Here were what some had to say about the chair:
- Shirley from Sykesville, MD rated the chair 5/5 stars. She said that the chair was great and found no faults.
- Christina from New Castle, DE rated the chair 5/5 stars. She enjoys the light up remove and found nothing wrong with the chair as well.
- Gerald from Saline, MI says that the chair operates just fine and is comfortable.
- Mary Anne from North Brookfield, MA rated the chair 4.3 out of 5 stars and says that the remote’s light bothers her and wishes it could be turned off.
- Robert B from Wes Laco, TX rated the chair 5/5 stars and found no faults in it.
- Ruth C from Unionville, CT rated the chair 5/5 stars and found no faults in it either.
- James from Westminster, MA rated the chair 5/5 stars and says that he should have bought it a long time ago. He found assembly a bit difficult but was able to do it.
The chair starts out at $900.
The lift chair comes with a 7 year warranty and a lifetime warranty on the frame. This includes Pride Mobility parts.
This chair qualifies for Medicare’s lift chair rebate.
The Heritage lift chair from Pride mobility is a typical run-of-the-mill 3 position lift chair. The price, $1,100, is about $200 to $300 higher than we’d hope. The warranty is above average and Pride Mobility does receive many good reviews, so that’s a good thing. Does it make up for the price? We’re not sure. You can find similar 3 position lift chairs for $700.