Our Nevada Riser Recliner (also know as a Lift & Tilt Recliner), available in a choice of 4 sizes, is perfect for those who are looking for that helping hand to stand up from their armchair. It has a slightly softer more sumptuous sit than traditional Sherborne lift & rise chairs without compromising on Sherborne’s unrivalled support.
Add the electric lumbar adjustment option for the very best in lumbar support, allowing you to adjust the support offered for your lower back.
If you are purchasing this Riser Recliner for chronic health conditions you will qualify for mobility VAT relief. To view this Riser Recliner Chair VAT-free please click here.
|Frame Construction||All frames are glued and screwed|
|Frame Material||All timber is PEFC-certified (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) and all MDF, chipboard and hardboard materials have full FSC certification (Forest Stewardship Council)|
|Arm Construction||Hardwood with Soft ‘pillow’ arms|
|Seat Suspension||Fully sprung|
|Seat Cushion Fill||Reflex seat cushions|
|Back Fill||Soft, three-pillow fibre filled back|
|Scatter cushions included||None|
|This range is handmade to order. This range is currently taking 12-14 weeks for delivery.|
We will text you as soon as it’s ready to arrange delivery.
Delivery charge: £35 (multiple sofas? It’s still only £35!)
Click and Collect: Buy online and collect from our store in Highbridge. We’ll text you as soon as the goods arrive in our warehouse (please note: some items may require assembly if you choose this service).
We currently deliver to England & Wales (mainland) only.
To discuss delivery outside of this area please call us on 01278 557751.
We can also take away your old furniture – simply add disposal to your order and ensure your old furniture is dismantled ready for collection on the day of our delivery.
British made: based in Bradbury, West Yorkshire, reducing the emissions caused by importing from abroad.
All timber is PEFC certified and all MDF, chipboard and hardboard materials are FSC certified.
A wood recycling system is in place to heat the main factory and prevent wood waste.
Solar panels are installed on the factories.
An energy management system reduces gas and electricity usage in the factories.
Low-energy lighting has been fitted throughout the factories.