Although this chair is classed as waterproof and antimicrobial it is 100% Polyester in a woven linen style, it feels like normal fabric. For maintenance advice see below.
Our UK manufactured collection of Orthopedic High Seat Chairs are designed with comfort in mind and are offered with a choice of either 21″ or 19″ seat height.
If the person is below 5′ 7″ a Seat Height of 19 inches is recommended. Unless otherwise advised by a Doctor or Hospital. For assistance please call 01759 307856. This chair has a seat depth of approximately 20.5 inches.
They are ideal High Seat Chairs for the elderly and offer great value for money. Made from a soft but hard wearing fabric these Brown Orthopedic High Seat Chairs can offer support for those recovering from hip and knee operations and offer a medium to firm level of support. They are easy to get in and out of and these high back chairs would make an excellent addition to any home.
With upholstered arms and Queen Anne legs these chairs are sturdy and comfortable. Our Extra Wide 21″ option (see separate listings) should be considered if buying your chair to recover following hip surgery, this will allow for hospital dressings.
STANDARD 19 or 21 INCH HEIGHT OPTION
Floor to top of seat 19″
Height 46″, Width 30″, Depth 27″
Seat Width 18″
Seat Depth 20.5″
Included to UK Mainland
Highlands, Ireland and Islands will incur a surcharge. Please email with your delivery address for details BEFORE you purchase.
Regular maintenance with a vacuum and a damp cloth is essential to ensure the longevity of the fabric and failure to adopt this policy or deal with spillages or accidents quickly could have a detrimental effect on the appearance and performance of the fabric, for which we cannot be held liable. We do not recommend the use of any detergent solutions as this may be detrimental to the stain repellent properties of the fabric. Most substances can be removed from the fabric easily, quickly and permanently if action is taken immediately. In most cases dabbing or gently wiping with a warm moist cloth will be sufficient. For more stubborn stains, use a non-abrasive warm water or steam cleaning machine, which should dissolve the stain and remove any soiling.