Powered lift office chair with powered brake and powered seat tilt
At the touch of a button the chair locks in position and can be raised in height. Sitting and standing are made easy with the powered seat tilt and back moving as one to assist with standing.
The eLift-Tilt offers a comprehensive range of ergonomic manual adjustments with upholstery sized for maximum comfort and support.
Powered heavy duty seat lift
Reaching new heights
Two extensive height ranges to raise you up to work or assist with standing.
Lifts from 45cm to 77cm or 49cm to 89cm
160 kg (25 stone) maximum bodyweight.
Powered 30° seat tilt
Standing assistance at desk or table
Knee tilt pivot for a natural feel.
Rocker switch mounted on seat either left or right handside.
Powered movement brake
Stability at the touch of a button
Lowering four rubber feet securely locks movement.
Safety feature: Seat lift only operates when these brake feet are on the floor
Control buttons on armpads
Easy reach light touch action
Large rocker switches for finger or palm control seat height and movement brake.
Free moving castors
Movement you can control
Pull in or pull out from a desk or table with ease.
Lead acid battery
Power when you need it
Battery charger supplied.
Charging port under armpad for ease of use.
Fold back arms
Height and width adjustable arm folds back for easy access when silver button at the base is pressed.
Arm locks automatically when returned upright.
Height and depth adjustable pad contoured to support the head and neck.
Footrest bar folds up for access into and out of the chair.
- Seat height range 45-77cm or 49-89cm
- Safety brake
- Seat lift only operates when safety brake is on
- Seat tilt
- Lead acid deep cyclic battery x 2
- Battery charger x 1
- Seat depth 7cm range
- Back height 9cm range
- Back angle -10° to +15°
- Aircell lumbar support
- Arm support height and width
- Arm pad depth and width, with position lock
Maximum Body Weight
- 160kg (25 stone)
Excludes VAT and setup
Our policy is one of continuous improvement and specification may change from those shown