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Device Turns Recliners Into Lift Chairs
Contact: Enhan-Sit, The Buzz Corp.,The Buzz Corp., 526 West Main Street, Plymouth, Penn. 18651 (ph 888 706-5536; Enhansit@americav.net; www.liftmychair.com).

You can turn almost any recliner into a lift chair, thanks to a patented universal lift frame that attaches to the bottom of recliners.
††††The electronic seat lifting system is often covered by Medicare in the U.S.
††††The Buzz Corp., at Plymouth, Penn., says its product is an affordable way to convert your favorite recliner into a lift chair, making it much easier for people with arthritis or other disabilities to continue using their favorite chair.
††††The fully assembled steel frame attaches to chair's base in minutes with 4 U-bolts. The hand control cord fastens just under the armrest. An electric motor provides the lift without interfering with the chair's existing features.
†††† It works on standard recliners, rocker recliners and wall-saver recliners, but the company doesn't recommend using the Enhan-Sit on swivel recliners, unless the swivel is removed from the base of the recliner. The Enhan-Sit doesn't interfere with or damage the chair in any way, and will handle users weighing up to 350 lbs. Three models are available Ż ULF-1, which fits recliner bases up to 19 in. wide, and ULF-2, which fits recliner bases that are 20 or more in. wide, and the ULF-3.
††††The Enhan-Sit comes with a lifetime warranty on the steel frame and a 5-year warranty on the motor and switch. The unit is equipped with four leveler legs and an instruction manual is included. It uses 115-volt alternating current (AC) to power a 1/8 hp motor. An 8-ft. power cord is also included.
††††Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Enhan-Sit, The Buzz Corp., 526 West Main Street, Plymouth, Penn. 18651 (ph 888 706-5536; Enhansit@americav.net; www.liftmychair.com).


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