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Costom built to enjoy Life's Simple Pleasures

Designed to address elderly needs for easy exit with portability.


Made-Rite Easy Exit Rocker !


Hand Grip
Extensions.
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Open Foot  /  Style
Exit Support
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A wide platform
prevents tipping
with non skid
rubber pads.
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Folds
for transport.

Overview of a Rehab Coordinator / The Made-Rite Easy Exit Rocker: (Cleck Here)


Rehab residents found the Made-Rite:
? Comfortable
? Contoured to your body
? Did not cause resident to perspire
? Could rock without the chair scooting across the floor
? Able to get up independently
? Could sleep in this chair without getting a stiff neck
? Chest Therapy patients were able to sleep all night in rocker

We have a different and unique portable design that will cradle our body in fabric without touching hard surfaces.

The Extended Soft Hand-grip Bars allows for :

The Open Foot Stabilizer Support: Two frame sizes are available; a smaller frame for people under 5' 6",
or a larger frame for individuals up to 6' 6"

The Made-Rite Easy Exit Rocker will accomodate 275 lbs. For persons over 275 lbs. up to 400 lbs. the Super Duty Reinforcing Option is required.
 

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upright
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semi-reclining

The high back allows the head to rest comfortably, and is available in two different back angles for your individual needs. (either semi-reclining, or upright)


Each Made-Rite Easy Exit Rocker  sold comes with the following:


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