• Kirton Florien II Chair

Kirton Florien II

The Kirton Florien II Chair is a dynamic, supportive and comfortable chair, suitable for a wide range of users. The Kirton Florien II Chair has removable arms enabling easy hoist access from the side for carers.

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  • Care and nursing environments.
  • Hospices
  • Domestic home setting.
  • Semi ambulant/Non-ambulant.
  • For those who side transfer.
  • Rent from £12 per day (+VAT)
  • Purchase from £1,199 (+VAT)
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  • All chairs available to rent or buy

  • Delivery and setup service

  • Friendly support team

Key features

  • Tilt in Space (TIS)
  • Leg rest elevation
  • Removable arms
  • Articulated integral head support
  • Comfortable moulded backrest
  • Two wheel options to choose from
  • 25° negative leg rest angle
  • Flip up footrest
  • Three seat length options (to be specified at time of manufacture): 435mm / 460mm / 485mm
  • Two options for pressure relief in the seat: Intelli-Gel or Reflexion Foam
  • Weight limit: 180kg (28 stone)

Who is this product for?

  • Semi ambulant/Non-ambulant
  • Users those who require a side transfer
  • Care and nursing environments
  • Domestic home setting

Why choose us?

  • All chairs available to rent or buy
  • Delivery and setup service
  • Friendly support team

Rental Equipment

Cost doesn’t have to be a barrier to the specialist seating or equipment you need. We offer short-term rental for palliative care or discharge situations or longer rental for on-going healthcare needs.

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